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Hello OSXLatitude forumers, I almost hackintosh a Dell Latitude D630 Here are my installation method : 1: Make the USB installer by using MLPostfactor and Mountain Lion App 10.8.3 2: Install bootloader to the USB installer 3: Take kext from bootpack provided here and replaced it with the default in the installer 4: Change SATA from ATA to AHCI 5: Boot with the bootflag -v 6: Successfully booted, directly go to Disk Utility and format my HDD 7: Go to installation, selected the drive, and the install process begin 8: Freeze at 19 minutes left! I have done this process many time. When install, it WILL freeze at 19minutes left. I left the laptop for 8 hourse, still hang. What should i do? Also, usually I can move the cursor. But when it freeze, I cant move the cursor and the progressbar of the installation didnt move at all. Stuck forever What the fix guys?
I have an HP dc7700 USDT with Intel GMA x3000 graphics on board. This is a great little machine running osX Lion. I found a method to upgrade to ML from the guys at HQ-A using MyHack. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mp9g9oFPXLQhBbofosDocTuRGzBwTxN0EHznCaOdI2s/edit The problem with this machine is finding the HP riser card that enables the use of a PCI-e 16x graphics card. They just aren't available. Have tried to kludge a PCI-e 16x flex cable into the box but it's way tight. I understand that GMA x3000 is the desktop version of x3100 which made me wonder if I could use mlpostfactor hack to install ML in 32 bit mode and make use of the onboard graphics capability? Don't understand enough about the hack to know if this could work or would be an exercise in frustration. Any ideas? Thanks,