Tag Archives: mac os x

Updating your Hackintosh/Hackbook to Snow Leopard 10.6.8

July 12th, 2011


No, I haven’t forgotten about you guys. Read on and you’ll see why the 10.6.8 update guide hasn’t been published yet.

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Perfecting Your Snow Leopard Hackintosh

June 17th, 2010


Note: As of June 17, 2010, the Retail Snow Leopard Installation Guide includes these updates. If you followed that guide after June 17, 2010, you will already have these updated kexts and therefore should ignore this guide. With much excitement, I bring you this update guide to finally resolve the audio issues in Snow Leopard. […]

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Mac OS X Snow Leopard Has Arrived!

August 28th, 2009


Released today, Apple’s latest version of OS X (10.6) dubbed “Snow Leopard” has arrived. While looking at it from first glance, you can’t tell many differences from your old Mac running the plain cat (Leopard). But start poking around long enough and you’ll find… Whoa — fast, small, sexy. Apple delivers and no matter what […]

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6 Reasons Why Macs Are Better Than PCs

May 14th, 2009


Sure, there are thousands of articles out there on “Mac versus PC” but I’m going to take it in a different direction and look at the top six reasons why your next computer should be a Mac, and why those Mac owners are just so damn happy with their computer. This won’t be a technical, […]

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Mac OS X 10.5.7 Released This Month?

March 16th, 2009


Apple has been seeding Mac OS X 10.5.7 9J27 to developers now for about a week and this raises the all important question: When is it being released? 10.5.7 includes some seriously major fixes as it seems to be Apple’s trademark to release 200 new features and 150 new bug fixes (Verses Microsoft releasing 200 […]

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