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== Getting Started ==
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== Software and Development ==
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*10.4.3 Hardware Compatibility Lists: [[HCL_10.4.3|Components]], [[HCL/Portables|Portable computers]], [[HCL/Desktops|Desktop computers]]
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*10.4.1 Hardware Compatibility Lists: [[HCL|PCs]], [[HCLPart|Components]]
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*Incompatible hardware: [[Incompatible hardware|10.4.1]] [[Incompatible hardware 10.4.3|10.4.3]] [[Incompatible hardware 10.4.4|10.4.4]] [[Incompatible Hardware 10.4.5|10.4.5]]
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*If your OSx86 installation is running slowly, please check out our [[SpeedBoost]] section.
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*Finally, [[SSE2 patches]] will help you get PPC apps working on older SSE2 machines.
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   <td rowspan="2">== Getting Started ==	 		

Can't solve a problem or find an answer to your question? Our forums can help provide solutions to problems. Remember to search before posting!

Software and Development

Hardware

  • Confused about EFI? Read all about it on our new EFI page.
  • Visit our TPM Resource Center for everything you've ever wanted to know about the Trusted Platform Module.

Tips and Tweaks

  • Having a problem with your audio card? Is your USB printer broken? How about PowerPC apps? Our Tips And Tricks page covers these problems and much more..
  • If your OSx86 installation is running slowly, please check out our SpeedBoost section.
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