[Coco] Tri booting my laptop

rietveld rietveld rietveldh at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 23 14:05:11 EST 2017

I am using a ThinkPad T520 running an I5 Vpro

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From: coco at maltedmedia.com
Sent: December 23, 2017 1:42 PM
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Cc: salvadorgarciav at yahoo.com
Subject: Re: [Coco] Tri booting my laptop

Then, If I understand correctly, you were successful in getting your PC to boot into Ubuntu, Win 10 or Mac OS Sierra?

Fantastic! :-)

Building a Hackintosh is a challenge because you need to start from determining which hardware is compatible with the OS. In some cases, you even need to re-flash the BIOS with a modified version. If your PC hardware is fully compatible then you've jumped a hurdle.

This is one rig I would like to see! I built a Hackintosh back when 10.6 came out (was that Leopard?) and it was a great experience. I've been meaning to do a new built with 100% comaptible hardware, but Other Activities have kept me away and right now I don;t have this scheduled at all (but the itch persists!)

Best wishes! Salvador

    On Saturday, December 23, 2017, 10:01:07 AM CST, rietveld rietveld <rietveldh at hotmail.com> wrote:

 Hi.  I have always heard people asking what coco emulator works best with which operating system.

I have my laptop dual booting Ubuntu and win10

Since I am on Christmas holidays I decided to spend some time to make it tri- boot.  Instead of using a virtual machine i figured I would just partition my hard drive again and install MacOS and make it a HACKENTOSH computer

Since apple uses Intel processors my laptop was a perfect candidate.    (Sorry AMD guys)
After a late night last night I was able to configure almost all my drivers to work with Sierra OS.

Now all I need to do is slap an Apple sticker on it and head down to Starbucks for a $10 cup of coffee

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