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  1. BootCD_DELL_XPS

    For Dell XPS L401x, L501x, L701x with the i7

    1.Burn on CD
    2.Boot from this CD
    3.Replace on MAC OS Install DVD
    4.Push F5 wait 5-10 sek.
    5.And push ENTER

    817 downloads

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  2. Booter Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 all MacOS's

    This is my external Chameleon booter for a Gigabyte GA EX-58-UD5 board, Intel i7/920, a Geforce 9800 GT, lots of Memory, some hard drives, Fusion Drives and it is running with any unchanged original Mac OS since 10.5.8 as a Mac Pro 4.1.
    Thanks to all developers, I have just put together all needed kext, completely compiled SMBios- & org.chameleon.Boot pList and a dsdt.aml with sound integrated.
    You may open it and copy to any drive with more than 45 MB formatted in GUID/Mac OS Extended, than run Chameleon about it. If You would use one of the elder MacOS’s don’t take the latest Chameleon r2391, it runs only 10.9 Mavericks and 10.10, where I’m still waiting for ..
    The Boot.plist is made for starting a FusionDrive partition (that’s hd(x/3)), you may change it to any other device. Don’t put the BOOTER on a Fusion Drive, it is more simple on every other, that You can make to Your first device in Gigabyte BIOS.
    (I nowadays mostly use a power-full Geforce GTX 660i, but it runs only 10.8 & 10.9 and I had to change to GraphicsEnabler=No & UseNvidiaROM=Yes)

    388 downloads

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  3. Cleanmymac 2

    This is the best and new version of CleanMymac 2 .It is completely free and working 100% and free No serial needed (unzip the file then mount and install ) enjoy

    354 downloads

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  4. Clover efi files and additional/replacement kext files for ASUS V550C

    Clover efi files and additional/replacement kext files for ASUS V550C

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  5. compaq 6820s 10.6.3 instalation

    Hola amigos, aqu? os dejo una mini gu?a y los archivos (casi todos) necesarios para hacer la instalaci?n de snob leopard 10.6.3 en un hp compaq 6820s con gr?fica ati x1350.

    Lo que aqu? escribo es la forma en la que he instalado el m?o y a excepci?n del icono de la bater?a, todo funciona bien (por supuesto le he cambiado la tarjeta wifi que ten?a por una dw1490).

    Bien, empezamos:

    MATERIAL NECESARIO
    - Dvd iatkos s3 v2 (ya que no me funcion? con la versi?n retail).
    - Kext utility.
    - iB{censored} cd.
    - los tres paquetes/archivos que he a?adido al post.

    1. Iniciar con el dvd Iatkos s3 v2, y con la utilidad de discos creamos particiones en GUID. En las opciones de instalaci?n desactivamos TODAS las opciones extras iniciamos la instalaci?n.

    2. Cuando termine la instalaci?n reincidamos con el Boot Cd, y una vez se cargue el men? nos colocamos sobre nuestra unidad en la que se ha instalado snob leopard,.. escribimos "GraphicsEnabler=no" y pulsamos intro. Deber?a comenzar la carga del sistema.

    3. Una vez en el escritorio y con los archivos que he subido en el post m?s Kext utility, hacemos lo siguiente (importante seguir el orden).

    A.- Instalar "2307-6720s_10.6.5_Installer.mpkg.zip". NO REINICIAR TRAS LA INSTALACI?N.

    B.- Instalar "2307-Chameleon-2.1svn-r1806.pkg" con los siguientes extras marcados:
    - Opciones de arranque/resoluci?n/1440x900x32.
    - Opciones de arranque/video/UseAtiROM=yes.
    Instalar y NO REINICIAR.

    C.- Usar kext Utility e instalar el kext "RadeonHD.kext.zip"

    4.- Reiniciar el ordenador sin discos en la unidad y ya deber?a funcionar
    Si el primer arranque no va? probad a iniciar con -v -f? y a la segunda debe ir bien, ? a mi me ha funcionado.

    Espero que os sirva de ayuda, ya me contar?is.

    Saludos y suerte.

    489 downloads

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  6. Complete Pack for U510 Yosemite Beta 1

    Hello Everyone
    There are a new Pack For the U510 Yosemite and Maverick´s.
    For Clean install use DiscmakerX and the Yosemite Beta 1 App.
    After this Install Clover look for settings to the Picture.
    Replace EFI Folder in EFI Volume.
    Install kext for S/L/E to this. The ap for this is: iKext = http://www.hackintoshosx.com/files/file/3993-ikext/
    There are any Problem´s Contact me, but i NEVER USE any Distro´s! and now not what is wrong or why it not worked.
    Good Luck and have Fun =)
    For German´s you Find me in Hackitosh-Forum.de I am "Fab"

    189 downloads

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  7. DELL 5737

    DELL 5737 HACKINTOSH
    Specs
    CPU: Core i7-4500U
    RAM: 16GB DDR3L
    HDD: 1TB
    VGA1: Intel HD 4400
    VGA2: AMD Radeon HD 8870M
    DISCLAIMER: Altering your DSDT is serious business and can cause physical & unrepairable damage to your machine! I am not responsible for any damage happens to your computer.
    I have been using this DSDT from OSX 10.9 to OSX 10.9.5 updates were made directly from the App Store.
    WORKS:
    Everything except WIFI (here is a link https://github.com/toleda/wireless_half-mini for the wifi replacement).
    DSDT patches
    1- Intel HD 4400 injection

    a simple _DSM injection, thanks to Rehabman for suggesting the proper igplatformid (0A260000). 2- sleep fix

    thanks to Rehabman the laptop-dsdt-patches in his github, thanks to nguyenmac for the required steps to patch for sleep. but it was not stable, and made a lot of CMOS RESET, and it took me ( hossny88 ) a lot of effort to finally make sleep working with zero CMOS Reset (very stable). 3- lid fix

    lid will sleep and wake the system, all the credits to hossny88 cheating a little bit from MacbookAir6,2 DSDT. 4- brightness fix (ACPIBacklight.kext)

    all credits to Rehabman, using PNLF Haswell fix 5- battery fix (ACPIBatteryManager.kext)

    all credits to Rehabman (it has a little problem in which few times battery remaining time becomes stuck at 20:00 hours, but at the same time i boot into Windows 8.1 and the remaining time stuck at 148 hrs., my conclusion it is a Dell bios bug) 6- Airplane mode button switch disabled

    all credits to hossny88 . this will force wifi and bluetooth to work even if you booted OSX with Airplane mode ON and it will disable the functionality of (Fn+F2) hossny88 (hackintoshosx.com,{censored}.com,github.com) (Me)
    nguyenmac ({censored}.com)
    clover installation guide for Dell xx37
    uploading kexts and clover configuration file
    Rehabman ({censored}.com,github.com)
    Laptop DSDT patch
    Suggesting Proper intel Framebuffer ID
    helping getting CPU power management to work
    Ramalama2 (github.com)
    for uploading the DSDT of MacbookAir6,2 to his GitHub

    1,507 downloads

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  8. Dell Latitude C640 (A10)

    there are no screen kexts as when the 10.4 screen kexts was applied there was a login window app loop So the way to get around this is to use chameleon with graphicsmode = i used 1400x1050x32@60 for example

    Graphics Mode
    1400x1050x32@60

    in the chameleon given

    here is a guide work in progress for dell latitude c640
    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/286857-guide-1058-dell-latitude-c640-work-in-progress/

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  9. Dell Latitude E5420 Pack

    Bundle for for running OSX Mavericks on Dell Latitude E5420


    Processor: Intel 2nd Gen Core i3 i3-2330M / 2.2 GHz ( Dual-Core )
    RAM: 4GB
    Max Resolution: 1366 x 768
    Graphics Processor: Intel HD Graphics 3000 Dynamic Video Memory Technology

    907 downloads

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  10. DELL M6300 LION USB Package

    This is a guide for how I installed OS X LION onto a Dell Precision M6300 - There is no way to know if this will work for you and if you decide to try it you do so at your own risk

    That said lets begin. I picked this M6300 Core 2 extreme x9000 up about a year and a half ago with the intention of installing OS X on it. It turned out to be quite the challenge. No method of installing Snow Leopard worked at all (not even iB{censored}+SL retail DVD) and the only way I found that would work was to use an older 10.6.3 Distro (I wanted it to be a Vanilla install but it just would not cooperate with me at all and as such I will not mention the name of this release) It easily upgraded via the online update all the way to 10.6.7 but totally refused 10.6.8. I did many web searches all the way from start to finish and was only able to find small clues about this machine and OS X. It seems everyone has had the troubles I have had but no one has documented any real procedure to get where I have reached. The install I used was a recommendation of a few posts I found by people with the m6300, and just last week I finally found a post that shed light on the way to get 10.6.8 running which ended up quite simple (though was a battle to get my BCM94321MC woking again and I am not sure exactly how I did it for 10.6.8) I then found a post via another post about the m6400 model as well explaining how to make a custom bootable USB for other Dell models (I will try to add as many links as I can) This led me to experiment and come up with a LION USB stick that finally booted on my m6300 !!! I am hoping someone here with real skills can help figure out a way to make this USB boot on an m6300 using just the right files from U{censored} (I tried a few ways and got very close - the spinning beach ball for a curser at the pre login white screen after the apple logo) and I've had no luck whatsoever making a bootable Mountain Lion USB that boots on an M6300

    First:

    Make sure you have backed up and made image files of any partition you wish to work with. I found what was best for me was 3 partitions, 2 at 50 gigs each and 1 large one to store image files. You will also need a USB drive 6g +
    and a copy of LION bought from the app store. Last you will need "some files* (I hate to suggest this but until someone can figure out why this works and an alternate way to make it happen this is all I can suggest) oh yes and a ton of patience?


    First Link to get the power reboot working and a big clue on two important kext files you need to hang on to before Upgrading:

    http://www.{censored}.com/snow-leopard-laptop-support/18015-dell-precision-m6300-working-mostly.html

    (post #8 by sling00 is what you want to read)


    This 2nd link has some good info that will help you understand what to do:

    http://www.{censored}.com/lion-laptop-support/23514-installing-lion-dell-inspiron-1720-1520-version-2-a.html

    (post #1 is what you want to read)

    This link led me to the previous link and is the one that gave me my final Idea:

    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/258845-dell-precision-m6400-osx-lion/

    (post #4 is the one to read)


    My Final solution was to make a standard LION U{censored} drive and modify it just ever so slightly (with a few files from the original installer that was the only one that ever made it all the way through the boot sequence) and a few older kext files. Here is how I did it:

    My machine needed the power reboot fix and this I did first (in 10.6.8) by extracting my DSDT and adding the small edit to it from the first post I linked above, I also had to at times use various boot flags to get back on during the whole process and needed to use MB{censored} a bit to fine tune and to get my DSDT edit to work again - This is where the patience comes in - Research Chimera commands

    --> Follow the method for making a U{censored} USB drive. Then open it and go to the Extra folder at root and delete the contents and replace them with the contents of the Extra folder I am providing. Then navigate to /usr/standalone/ and delete the file "boot caches.plist" and the folder "i386" also replace these items (this step may be able to be fine tuned and or changed to use less or different files as well). The 3 kexts I am including came from SL 10.6.7/8 Two are described in that first post I linked and the 3rd is just in case your WiFi is troubling you. Replace these into /S/L/E/ folder and for good measure drop the extensions folder on "kext utility" and let it do it's thing and will make a file in /S/L/ called "Extensions.mkext" - also do this with the /E/E/ folder <--

    I've added a picture from the original install disk to illustrate the path to locate and replace the key files for the folders "extra" and "standalone" just in case it is not clear, as to the kexts to put in s/l/e I think you will know where that is and if not maybe should not attempt this

    This was all I had to do and then reboot, *presto* very quickly to the installer (you can select to boot from the stick or let your HD boot it's loader and select the stick there). I used disk utilities to erase my first disk to install on and continued with a fresh install. I used a couple boot flags after this to get to the desktop (think it was just arch=i386 -f -v) and checked everything - USB,Audio,Graphics etc and fixed as needed with MB{censored}, then made sure I could get it to reboot without flags and then made the first image of the 10.7 install. I repeated this procedure multiple times to test it, made an image of the USB stick and restored it to a different stick and it all worked well for me again.

    I was able to update to 10.7.4 but needed a spare USB keyboard to get to the desktop the first time (good to have and a USB mouse) I use one partition as a sort of base station to do any repairs or rescues from and when I have finally gotten it all working make my image file (I make one every step of the way too in case I mess up and need to go back a step or so) There was multiple times it seemed messed up, but one or two boots with some flags / then w/o and it was working again - or I would need to boot the other partition and do a little disk utility repairs then boot with and or w/o flags. I wish I understood more and could better explain the process but I am just learning as I go so best of luck to you all.


    IMPORTANT NOTES UPDATE:

    I just repeated this to recreate this process as I wanted to get a fresh partition to 10.7.5 booting in 64bit (already achieved, want to recreate)

    1st - You must have an external usb keyboard handy (I used my LION 10.7 image to create my boot sticks, I am not sure what will happen with an updated version of the LION installer say 10.7.2 etc)

    2nd - You must have at least one of the following conditions:

    a) 2 partitions, one with a working Snow Leopard install to work from on reboots

    a working OS X computer and a way to mount extra hard drives, so you can remove your HD from the m6300 and do the install and initial setup there

    c) possibly a working windows machine with a virtual machine running OS X to do initial setup from

    d) a good understanding of basic unix commands to work from the terminal

    THE INITIAL SETUP IS EVERYTHING & AS FOLLOWS:

    You have 2 choices when making a USB LION installer to use on the M6300 - both require the replacement of the content in the 2 folders "extra" & "standalone" for them to boot

    CHOICE 1)

    If you choose to go with the non-U{censored} USB stick that has a boot partition and an install partition this USB stick should boot and let you install quite easily

    CHOICE 2)

    If you use the U{censored} USB method and try to reboot from the stick you may encounter an error when you get past the "choose a language" screen - it may tell you that you can not install OS X on this machine but can restore an image or restart - you can however get to Disk Utilities and take advantage of that while you are there, if you get this error you will need to not boot from the stick but instead boot your HD with the working Snow Leopard install and use that Chimera boot loader screen to select your USB LION installer, this is how it was for me (make sure you have a working Snow Leopard install with an updated Chimera Bootloader)

    Either Way:

    When I got done installing 10.7 LION I had to reboot my working partition of Snow Leopard and run the LION MB{censored} from there where I selected "EasyBeast" only then "Continue" then "Change Location" (which is sort of goofy with MB{censored} that it does not let you select location first) which takes you back a screen where you have to select "EasyBeast" again so you can continue and install on the correct partition where your new LION install is.

    This is followed by the first boot attempt to get to the LION setup screens - I use --> arch=i386 -f -v <-- as my 3 boot flags and I was taken to the set up screens, and this is where I had to have a USB keyboard plugged in because if I did not then the first screen says I "do not have a keyboard" (no amount of monkeying around with MB{censored} and or kexts was able to get around this for me, though maybe you can) you can easily set up lion after this and get to the desktop (or at least I did)

    If you have a 10.7 only installer like me and have to use the update combos you will have to be prepared to replace certain kexts again as well as use boot flags to get back to the desktop. I can not stress how very important a separate working partition with SL in advance is, unless you are able to figure out other ways. In the end when I got 10.7.5 up and going in 32 bit the hardest thing after that was getting the right combo of boot flags together to allow me a stable 64 bit boot (I also ended up using an iMac 7.1 smbios definition since I have the core 2 extreme CPU though the Mac Pro 3.1 was working, it just seemed to run a little cooler idle with the iMac)

    I also found that Chameleon Wizard was a very handy tool for me since I am not very skilled at this whole process, very quick and easy to use with lots of tools all in one spot

    If you want to use the Non-U{censored} method I have uploaded a separate file called "2 Partition USB method" inside is the instructions and everything you need to make the USB boot drive except the LION Install App from the app store (you must provide this yourself for either method described) I also had to use the kexts from my s:l:e.zip after the install to make my LION partition boot for either method.

    This should be enough to get you going and hopefully someone can come up with a way to install ML on the M6300 next! Good luck!

    898 downloads

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  11. dell mini 9 osx86 kit

    Kernel and extensions dell mini 9 osx86 kit

    http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=137681476772411909#allposts/postNum=0

    364 downloads

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  12. Dell Vostro 1710 Lion Files

    This is my extra folder and all the kexts I use for my Dell Vostro 1710. It should also work with the 1310 and 1510 but you'll have to change the DSDT if you have nvidia graphics. Everything is perfect except for the O2micro card reader.

    1,103 downloads

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  13. E6420_Pack.zip

    Published by Scotchy49

    329 downloads

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  15. Easy universal installer_English

    The easiest way to create your retail USB Installer. ENGLISH
     
     
     
     
     
    applet-2 (húzott).tiff
     
    Thanks and / credit to @christ1111


    1,862 downloads

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  17. eeepc 1005/1008 snowpack

    1,206 downloads

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  18. EFI_for_HP PAVILION G6-2165sr_(Clover_r4097) от 10.9.5 - 10.13 Beta2

    Папка EFI для конфигурации HP PAVILION G6-2165sr GPT /Intel i5-3230M (2500 MHz)/ Intel HD Graphics 4000/ DDR3-1600 6ГБ/  Wi-Fi: Atheros 9285 (95)
    Редактированный DSDT батарея с процентами. Работает ползунок громкости, яркость экрана, (камера не всегда).
    Кексты:
    AppleACPIBatteryManager.kext
    AppleACPIPlatform.kext
    AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext
    AppleALC.kext
    ApplePS2Controller.kext
    AppleRTL8169Ethernet.kext
    AtherosWiFiInjector.kext
    FakeSMC.kext
    IOath3kfrmwr.kext
    VoodooHDA.kext
              

    292 downloads

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  19. Extra DeLL 3450

    Kexts + DSDT Dell 3450 Extra Folder
    Use Chameleon 7000 for Mac
    Use Chameleon 1664 for Windows Dual Boot

    512 downloads

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  20. Extra Folder DX58SO

    This is my Extra folder, it works fine with Intel DX58SO i7 950 and nVidia GeForce GTS 450.
    Everything working fine. I have no idea about the bios version, is the stock version.

    910 downloads

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  21. Extra Netbook Acer 722

    262 downloads

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  22. Foxconn G31MX K

    Foxconn G31MX K
    all kext, dsdt for this mainbord compatible with lion
    video card ATI Radeon HD 4350
    © MIKE 2012

    667 downloads

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  23. Foxconn G33M02 From 10.5 to 10.9

    Works On Foxconn G33M02 fine I can use 10.5.8 + 10.6 + 10.7.4 + 10.8.2 + 10.9.0 fine

    496 downloads

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  24. G31M-ES2C rev.1.0 F3(Lion 10.7.5)

    My Setup is:
    Palit GF 9400 GT 1GB
    G31M-ES2C rev.1.0 F3
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 Ghz

    This is meant for G31M-ES2C rev.1.0 F3 Motherboard users.

    Installation:

    U{censored} via USB (OS X Lion 10.7.0 App from Appstore), applied MB{censored}(Easybeast Install) and installed the Network Driver then Updated to 10.7.5 using the Standalone combo update installer from Apple and finally installed the Audio Kext.

    What's Inside:

    Audio Kext (ALC 883)
    Utilities ( MB{censored}, DPCIManager, Kext Utility, Charmeleon Wizard )
    Network Kext (from U{censored}, i stumbled upon finding the right network next to works so i inspected the U{censored} usb installation of lion 10.7.0 and grab it from there. )


    Note:

    Found the kext here. Audio output only through Internal Speakers(which is the green jack on the back) or Headphone( on the front). anyone can fine tune this kexts? please do PM me

    And also i am working to make the other things working out like sleep and etc.

    Is there missing or something that will improve this package? feel free to send me a PM so we could collaborate and please in English.

    311 downloads

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