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Help to install MacOS X 10.7.3 LION on DELL Inspironn 620s

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How about you all, I have the following problem, installing Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion by Niresh12495, to boot the installation DVD hangs and only appears at the end of the legend “Still Waitin Root device”

I tried several options to start, -v, -x –v, etc., without getting start the installation, there's one on the motherboard of the PC, the BIOS does not have the option to change channel SATA hard drive - IDE – AHCI.

Then I show tola information from the PC:

DELL Inspiron 620s

Main Board: DELL Model 0GDG8Y Chipset Intel Southbridge Intel H61

Equipo: ACPI x64

Processor: Intel Core i3 2130 3.30 Ghz. Socket 1155 LGA Sandy Gridge

Memory: Kingston PC3 DDR3 1333 4Gb.

Hard Drive: Seagate ST500DM002-1BD142 ATA Device 500 Gb. 7200 rpm

Video: Intel HD Graphics 2000 (GT1)

Audio: Intel High Definition Audio (Conextan HD Audio)

Network: Realtek PCIe GBE (RTL8111/8168B) Gigabit

Wireless Network: Atheros AR9285 802.11 b/g/n

I hope I can help with any alternatives Leon to install on my PC.

Note: I leave my computer images attachment.



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THis is due to you using HD2000. This will not work nor will it ever work. If you were to buy a GPU that is know to work you will be able to install Mac OS X Lion without an issue.

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