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legacy_kernel-10.8.0.v2.pkg 1.0


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This is one of the last kernel patches by Nawcom.

Legacy_kernel for OSX 10.6.8 to be used with AMD cpus.

Some newer Intel i3, i5 or i7 are supposed to run Snow Leopard with this kernel too.

The kernel does run 64bit and 32bit apps side by side.

The picture below has been taken from my Athlon-II 640, your mileage may vary. :)

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A pity that you could not continue your awsome work Nawcom!

Although the Hackintosh community owes you that much already, your help would still be very much appreciated.




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nawcom boot cd damaged my ASRock 770 Extreme3. now even bios reinstall don't fix my usb ports and shut down. i dont know if its really nawcom boot cd but my mobo needs replacement now. maybe it was some deep virus.

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Can't install. Under 2 different hackintosh.

Can you fix this please?

I can't open the package!

Thanks Gabriele.

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I guess the mobo needed for FX cpus will be the bigger problem, FyllyMan.

Recent chipsets for AMD cpus are not very well supported by 10.6.

Maybe try a ML hack with a patched kernel for ML.

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