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Is Possibel Install Niresh On My Pc? Need Help

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MY PC as:

 

AMD Athlonâ„¢ 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor 4400+

 

Chipset :  NVIDIA nForce 430

 

Video adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Graphics with TurboCache with 128MB

 

Motherboard: Asus Narra2-GL8E

 

 

I try Niresh Mountain Lion but doest work

 

any suggestion for me

 

Thax in advance

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Well with your processor i would stick to Snow Leopard. Mountain Lion will not work i think.

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I can't detect partition to install when installation start

Are you following a guide, or it's you for your own? Because there you have to go to Utility Disk and format a partition with Mac Os (Journaled)

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Maybe if you download kernels and bootloader you can install it on your pc with your specs. This will take to you hours of work. Try, try and try. Good Luck man.

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Guest InfamousSynergy

I would give Mavericks a bash but if that doesent work, stick with snow leopard or don't bother :/

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Depends on your ram. It may run correctly but if you have below 1GB it will be like trying to run Windows 95 in Q emulator on an Ibook G4. In other words it would be very very slow. Your specs sound good enough to run Lion but there are no guarantees that you will ever get it running.

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Guest InfamousSynergy

If you can run lion, In theory you can run Mavericks...

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Guest InfamousSynergy

Unless its Lion beta as upto beta 2 it supported sse 2 without sse3 and 32-bit but the final release is pretty much the same as mavericks as far as spec needs

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Guest InfamousSynergy

Btw, I got it working on a 5200+. (Mavericks)

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On 29/3/2014 at 3:51 PM, Guest InfamousSynergy said:

Btw, I got it working on a 5200+. (Mavericks)

How could you install mavericks ?? I hope I can help if you're still active in this forum ... I have problems with video adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE nForce 340 when under the scroll flashes, when I see a video on youtube flashes when open safari flashes !!!!!

I used google translatle

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