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eeePC 1005HA - ULTIMATE Guide to Mac OS X 10.6.8

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What's up guys!

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Before anyone asks, I know that there's a bunch of tutorials to Hackintosh eeePC to Mac OS X 10.6.0, and I've used two or three of then combined to accomplish the correct installation.

So, here's my guide, with the proper refferences, that works flawlessly with eeePC 1005HA, maybe others eeePCs as well (not tested).

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Server: http://www.machado.dynu.com

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Download the .zip file on my server that contains:

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- rtf file with step by step installation

- Folders with all the files used

- OSX86_ModUSB.pkg

- 10.6.8 update bundle

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If any doubts, PM me or just aks here.

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Good luck!

I'll wait for feedback!!

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# Edit nº 1:

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As asked, I'll post the guide here, but it was made to be done with the files I've put in the zip file, so no one will have to search for it elsewhere.

Now, at the server, I gave the choice to download the Full ZIP file, with all the files nedded (include 10.6.8 update bundle), and the option to download minor parts.

I still recommend the full guide.

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(Steps 2 to 7 are inside Other.Files.zip)

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INSTALLATION GUIDE:

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YOU’LL NEED THE IMAGE (DMG) FILE OF MAC OS X 10.6.0 RETAIL TO ACOMPLISH THIS INSTALLATION:

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Pre-installation (BIOS setup)

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Boot into the BIOS.

(Boot the EeePC. When you see the first window with the big Asus EeePC logo, press F2 key. You will be in the BIOS.)

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Choose the following settings:

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Advanced -->

IDE Configuration -->

ATA/IDE Configuration?????????? [Enhanced]

????? Configure SATA as?????????? [AHCI]

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CPU Configuration -->

Max CPUID Value Limit????????? [Disabled]

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F10?to exit and save configuration changes.

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Installation

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Create USB Thumb Drive Installer using Nawcom's ModUSB (on the package).

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Install OSX 10.6.0 using your USB Thumb Drive Installer:

When in the main installer window, use Disk Utilities to format the Hard Drive to GUID. Then continue the installation.

Restart.

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Boot into the newly installed Mac OSX using the Thumb Drive (press the "esc" key at boot, select the thumb drive), When in the Chameleon Bootloader Screen press any key, then select your new OS. You should boot into your new OS.

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Update to v10.6.8

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Step 1:?Update:

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- Open Mac.OSX.10.6.8.Update.dmg and INSTALL the .pkg file.?

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?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? DO NOT RESTART WHEN ASKED!!

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Step 2:?Install Kernel Update 10.6.8.pkg.

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?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??NOW?REBOOT!

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Step 3:?Copy all?FILES?inside?"Move to Extra" folder?(not the folder itself)? to the "Extra" folder on your HD (path > /YourHD/Extra/)

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Step 4:?Copy?Kext Wizard?app to your?Applications folder.

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Step 5:?Replace Apple80211Monitor.bundle (Yellow):

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- Go To -? System / Library / SystemConfiguration

- Find the old file and DELETE IT ? --> ? Copy the new one to the folder.

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Step 6:?Install Kexts (Blue) with?Kext Wizard:

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- On?Installation?menu, drag and drop to the white area all Kexts (labed blue);

- On?Destination,?select System/Library/Extensions, and INSTALL.

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- On?Maintenance?menu, check System/Library/Extensions > check Repair permissions, and EXECUTE.

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Step 7:?Install VoodooHDA.prefPane (Green).

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?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? REBOOT!

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What should be working:

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- Wireless (setup on Network Settings)

- Sleep / Wake

- 1024x600 Display

- Fn Keyboard Keys

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Step 8:?Run Software Update and download newest updates.

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You're Good to Go!

Enjoy your?Asus eeePC 1005HA Snow Leopard 10.8.6 Hackintosh

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References:

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-?http://jaavros.blogspot.com.br

-?http://www.osx86.net

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# Edit nº 2:

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- Changed server URL.

Edited by marciouff

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Hi?marciouff, Congratulations for the Guide!

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But, why you don't copy/paste your guide here???

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This way, no one ?mandatory needs to download anything...

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Please, correct this.

Edited by kyndder

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Thanks for your guide, was really easy to follow and worked great.I installed all the kexts, updates and repaired the permissions. And Everything was working great, wifi, audio, display and touchpad. Until I restarted. Once I logged back in, neither audio or wifi were no longer working, and the login screen said it was in safe boot.

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I hadn't put in -x or as far as I know designated anywhere that safe mode should be booted. How can I fix this? Like I said, everything was working until I had to reboot.

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Thanks

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Try rebuilding the kext caches. It's different from Mountain Lion, you can't just "sudo touch Extensions".

Conti should have instructions on the myHack site.

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I did rebuild the kext cahces, using the Kext wizard. Did both the Extra folder and System/Library/Extensions, still didnt work.

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So would you suggest giving myHack a go?

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