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Snow Leopard Installation package 1.0

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Hi.

I am uploading again the Snow Leopard Installation package with details how to install the system on PC.

I can not tell you if this method can be useful for other motherboards, but I can tell you that for me works perfect everything.

Probably it's should be ok on Gigabyte Motherboards with chipset P35, EP35

Note... This package is only for retail Snow Leopard DVD, if you have the modified version, then I think that you don't need this package.

Best Regards...:cool:




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Dear serjhon,

Below is my system details, i have purchased the Snow Leopard DVD and have been following so many ways to install like installing through USB image with kakewalk, iB{censored} and Snow Leopard DVD install method ( the way you mentioned in your file ) but no sucess at all. I have been getting the error after the first screen where we choose the language that "MAC OS X Snow Leopard cannot be installed on this computer".

Motherboard: Gigabyte EP43t-USB3

Chipset: Intel P45/P43

Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

Memory: 8GB DDR3

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT

Please help me, i have changed the BIOS as instructed same but really frustated.

Regards,,,

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First of all did you checked out your processor details is it ok for Mac OS? Check it with everest ultimate all the details, compatibility...

Then take out the rest 4GB OF RAM, because the system will not accept it during the installation. You can install them again after installation.

The file that I have uploaded is for GA P35, EP 35 chipset, it has ICH9 South Bridge, yours is ICH10.

Hello jaleelhashmi.

So there is big difference. Try to boot the system with Legacy iB{censored} or Easy EFI, but before you have to see if everything is correct in bios settings, if you can install the operation system in this way, after that you need the latest MB{censored} 3.9 for Snow Leopard with your own dsdt.aml extracted.

Generally the problem is CPU or BIOS settings or graphic card with the monitor. But in this case I think that the problem is your bios settings. If you have a black screen after installation, the problem comes from graphic card and monitor. So be patient and try again.

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Hello jaleelhashmi.

First of all did you checked your processor details, is it ok for Mac OS? Check it with everest ultimate all the details, compatibility...

Then take out the rest 4GB OF RAM, because the system will not accept it during the installation. You can install them again after installation.

The file that I have uploaded is for GA P35, EP 35 chipset, it has ICH9 South Bridge, yours is ICH10.

So there is big difference. Try to boot the system with Legacy iB{censored} or Easy EFI, but before you have to see if everything is correct in bios settings, if you can install the operation system in this way, after that you need the latest MB{censored} 3.9 for Snow Leopard with your own dsdt.aml extracted.

Generally the problem is CPU or BIOS settings or graphic card with the monitor. But in this case I think that the problem is your bios settings. If you have a black screen after installation, the problem comes from graphic card and monitor. So be patient and try again.

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