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How to get the Mac boot chime? - 05-01-2009, 06:01 PM
Now there is this way: add-the-apple-startup-chime%C7%83-t5430.html
which I am about to try here in a few minutes, however, is there any emulated or any way this can be possible to have a kext or something force load first so you get that chime when it boots into OSX?
Obviously we can't do it during the BIOS because.. well unless you want to flash etc. but even then I'm pretty sure that isn't possible nor would anyone want to really attempt that.
So is anyone working on anything like this or .. any news?
I am having a hard time finding anything else besides that one thread on this.
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Re: How to get the Mac boot chime? - 05-01-2009, 06:34 PM
Even if you do "hack it to have the chime" it will be nothing like a real Mac... which chimes right on boot.
It would be really stupid, in my opinion, to do this because the boot process would go like this :
Possible chime if you get it all working
It would be awkward and have no point.
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