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  1. Thank you for the tips and tricks. I've set the BIOS accordingly. Also, for the myHack 3.1.2 software, do I need to install the Chameleon boot loader, or does the Extra folder in the bootpack for the D630 GMA X3100 have the boot loader integrated into it?
  2. Hello everyone. This is my first time on this site and I am requesting further assistance for installing Mac OS X Snow Leopard on my Dell Latitude D630 with an Intel Core2Duo T7100 1.8GHz, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 60GB SATA HDD, DVD-ROM CD-RW combo (had a DVD burner, but, that isn't working at the moment), Intel GMA X3100, and Broadcom ethernet and Wireless cards. I looked in the installation guides for anything related to Snow Leopard on the Dell Latitude D630 laptop. The laptop's display is a low resolution 1280x800 display, which is still in good working order. The major downside is the battery as it won't charge any longer, but, I can get a new one for $25 on eBay, the keyboard, trackpad, trackpoint, and everything else works. I was looking on this site for any further info: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/HCL_10.6.8/Portables#Latitude_D420.2C_D430.2C_D520.2C_D530.2C_D620.2C_D630.2C_D820.2C_D830, however, I'm unsuccessful to find the install guide for this laptop on this site. I'm going to buy the retail Snow Leopard version as a good measurement ($20 is a good price for the installation DVD) and in case I actually get a MacBook from 2006, I'll use the DVD to refresh it or install on an SSD. My future plan is to install a 120GB or higher SSD for the laptop to make it boot quicker. In the BIOS, I have the SATA drive set to AHCI, ambient light for automatic brightness control is disabled, and still nothing.
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