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Generally for a hackintosh since the hardware support is very spotty, you would build a computer to suit rather than use one you already have because the chances of one you already have being compatible are quite low.
Google around and look for the hardware compatibility list. That's your bible until you get it working.
Personally I prefer to just buy a used Mac if you're trying to save money. They work great and when you're through with it they make monster Linux machines as well.
I've got a 2008 MacBook Pro 17 inch with your name on it for 350 USD if you want it.
iKonic11633yDo tell if it works out for you mate.
@runfrodorun I am using a working Alienware 13 r3 guide (similar hw) and see if it works out.
Generally not fond of used computers but thanks anyway :)
Definitely need much more power than a c2d anyway
DRSDavidSoft14For those who don't know, this is how Apple pictures a PC in the network, a CRT display with blue-screen-of-de...
athlon31My Hackintosh project works! The GTX 1050 Ti runs, it boots without USB needed and even audio works!
tahnik10Fucking piece of shit forum won't let me view a fucking jpg file without creating a fucking account. Fuck you.