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Well, I just bought some new parts for my Makerbot. First, because my build platform broke, I bought the MakerBot Heated Build Platform Kit. I decided that, since I was switching back to ABS, I should be using a heated … Continue reading
Well, I finally made it: my $300 Mac Instructable! It’s now easier to follow, thanks to it’s new format in Instructables.
Well, I think it’s about time that I made more of a how-to to build a DIY-intosh. There are plenty of how-to’s to make Hackintoshes, but those are teetering on the edge of legality, are difficult to get as stable … Continue reading
UPDATE (8/19/2010): You could probably do this a lot easier/quicker by just making an OS X USB drive by making a DMG of the OS X install disk and then restoring that image onto an 8 GB or larger USB … Continue reading
I tried figuring it out, but I couldn’t get the sleep switch pinout (Apple goes to a lot of trouble to obscure the traces with the silkscreen and both my multimeters are wonky–they don’t like displaying correct values). Now it’s … Continue reading
Ok, I don’t think I’m going to do anything with this, but to all those who’ve seen my previous posts and want to hack a GirlTech IM-ME, I give you this.
Ok, in the last post about the DIY-intosh, I said that it was complete. Well, it wasn’t. I really did think it was, but I was unable to install OS X. The reason? It doesn’t actually think that its non-existent … Continue reading
I finshed it! Many thanks to Tyler of Phantom Dev, who inspired me to do this project and who gave me the link to another mod that has a little more detail on wiring the power button. I also thank … Continue reading
The blinking folder icon just means that the EFI bootloader can’t find a hard drive with an OS installed on it. This is fine, considering that there is no hard drive attached! All I need now is a good SATA … Continue reading