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Chameleon 2.1svn r1820 with SMBios & 10.8 support 1.0

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Support 10.8 base on ErmaC's branch by Crazybirdy.

Full functions of Chameleon and SMBios with all the IDs of model supported from Lion.Chameleon-logo.png

Chameleon 2.1svn r1823 with SMBios Installer.

Support FaceTime & iCloud since rev 1649.

Select to install one of the /Extra/smbios.plist ,and it will copy the original /Extra/smbios.plist to be /Extra/smbios-backup.plist, then install the new one.

Ex: Select to install /Extra/smbios.plist for MacBookAir3,2 .

1.86 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9400) Late 2010 MacBookAir3,2

???????????13-Inch NVIDIA GeForce 320M

2.13 GHz Core 2 Duo (SL9600) Late 2010 MacBookAir3,2

???????????13-Inch NVIDIA GeForce 320M

Chameleon_2.1svn_r1823_ErmaC_pkg+boot.zip

http://bbs.pcbeta.com/viewthread-971434-1-1.html

Chameleon Svn Change Log

http://forge.voodooprojects.org/p/chameleon/source/changes/1823/

..........If the rev1823 or 1820 didn't work with 10.8, you can use rev755 from ^Andy^ last year as attached.

Working on 4k HDDs (Advanced Format)

first, install pkg.

second, install boot1h following the Comment 61 by Casey Fulton, and Comment 23 by adria vida.

http://forge.voodooprojects.org/p/chameleon/issues/129/

partedmagic works fine as Comment 23 by adria vida.

http://partedmagic.com/doku.php?id=downloads

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im on P4 machine with Snow Leopard 10.6.8 chip set as VIA and i used 10.6.3 by iAtkos S3 V2 and updated it to a 10.6.8 hacktop how do i add the smbios on a core solo machine

its

3.59GH's (3.60 but not over clocked for hackintosh)

2GB ram

Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT

Sata 200GB VIA chipset north n south bridge but with IDE Controller for it !

(4 Partitions)

1 = Mac os x 10.6.8

2 = Windows 7 SP1

3 = Linux UbuntU

4 = Space the final frontier !

49.9 GB's (50 GBs each)

will install and test but how would i add the smbios plist again for that rig ?????

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@bobert, Select to install one of the /Extra/smbios.plist again ,

and it will copy the original /Extra/smbios.plist to be /Extra/smbios-backup.plist, then install the new one.

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yeah but my point was which should i choose i dont have one now and system p filer says its a mac mini which means i cannot load some things but i can load others someone please help !

thanks for your comment crazybirdy

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Reboots after selecting ML. I've chimera installed, and when it boots I select ML from there. Would that be the problem? I've tried with fakesmc4 already and nothing, I've tried the 3 bootloaders from this page, and also tried installing boot0 instead of boot0hfs, -v -f -x ... Running out of options.... :(

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@crazybird - so you mean installing chameleon bootloader over chimera? It makes sense, but won't I loose my boot to 10.7.3?? ok tomorrow i'll give it a try after cloning with ccc..

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@crazybirdy - I've just installed "Chameleon_2.1svn_r1823_ErmaC_pkg+boot" over chimera in my lion 10.7.3 and now I can boot ML. Thanks very much, this was the response I was looking for!

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Hello everyone, I have a Dell XPS with Intel HD 3000 and NVidia GT 540M. I cannot seem to correctly install Chameleon and select the correct Mac model for my cards!

Any help will be greatly appreciated?

10x

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