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  1. I installed Mac OS X 10.5.5 Leopard via iDeneb v1.3 on my old Dell Dimension 4600 that no longer has an GeForce FX 5200 128MB AGP and has an ATI Radeon X1300 AGP 256MB. After enough hassle of getting it to boot onto the desktop, I noticed QE/CI has been automatically enabled and works properly, but there is two problems. 1. is that it's stuck on 1024x768 2. When I move the mouse sometimes the cursor leaves a texture from a previous window or from somewhere on the screen. For one thing is that I can live with the 1024x768 resolution if I have to, but the random texture problem is pretty annoying when trying to use the OS. And also, I don't care if I'm stuck on Leopard and older programs with only 32bit support. Help would be appreciated. This machine: Dell Dimension 4600 (not the 4600i) BIOS: A02 (from around 2003) RAM: 1024MB of RAM (or 1GB) Graphics Card: Used to have an Nvidia GeForce FX 5200, but now has an ATI Radeon X1300 on the AGP slot of the machine Keyboard: HP keyboard (I believe it belonged to the HP Pavilion 7935) Mouse: Some mouse (At the moment I'm not sure about the name/brand, but it's on the USB extender connected to the back USB port) Sound: AC97 CPU: Intel Pentium 4 HT 2.8GHZ PS: Someone else had this problem (but wasn't using iDeneb) and they were suggested to upgrade to 10.5.8, but he didn't do the backup kexts and kernel and replace Mac OS X Leopard combo method from back then, thus resulting in a kernel panic upon boot with him having to reinstall Mac OS X and gave up afterwards and decided to use a different graphics card. I followed this guide (except I didn't do the Nvidia stuff because I don't have an Nvidia card anymore): https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/143610-howto-dell-dimension-4600-ideneb-os-x-1055-perfect-install/
  2. I have a problem with booting into the iAtkos V2 S3 using Nawcom OSX86 ModCD. I took all steps in a tutorial that I saw on youtube by 32darkness48 on hownto make an amd hackintosh Snow Leopard. I followed all the steps and got all the files and everything but this happens when I try to refesh the boot loader to boot from the iAtkos CD and install it. Here is my error, I dont know quite how to explain it but lets say lines of colors appear on the top of the screen when i hit f5 with the iAtkos disk in. I uploaded a picture of the colors and my specs. Thank you.
  3. Olá amigos ,meu notebook é um Acer 5733.eu quero instalar o Iatkos S3 nele mas ele entra na tela da maça e sai e da restart no notebook... Me ajudem! Configuração do notebook. 4GB RAM 500GB HD Processador Intel I3 Placa de video intel graphics
  4. hello, ? i'm trying to install snow leopard on my pc. but when i will begin the installation it freez on the grey apple logo. i dont know what to do. who can help me?
  5. Hi, Everyone! My specs are in my Signature... After getting a new laptop, I have successfully installed iATKOS 1.0i on my old Dell Inspiron E1505. I have 4 partitions: Leopard, Recovery HD (clone of Leopard), UsersHD (my Users' folder) and Time Machine (for the Time Machine app). It runs without any boot flags, but there are issues: Brightness doesn't work, even with Shades prefPane installed. Resolution is stuck at 1024x768, though the screen is capable of 1280x800. Impossible to upgrade with either Software Upgrade or Combo Upgrade. I've tried unsuccessfully a number of upgrade paths: USB (U{censored}), Software/Combo Upgrade, and most recently iB{censored} 3.3.0 with a Lion ESD (10.7, not Mountain). I need advice on where to go from here; I would be grateful just to be able to upgrade to the latest Leopard and to get higher resolution on my ATI Radeon X1300. Thanks for your reply!
  6. Hola, llevo algunos dias intentando instalar macos x leopard 10.5 en un laptop Samsung 300e5c A02S, y a pesar de que he seguido las instrucciones de varios tutoriales, siempre llego al mismo punto, el kernel panic. Me baje el iB{censored}, y tengo el dvd de macos leopard, pero por mas que lo intento no hay manera. Os dejo un archivo de texto que tiene todos los datos de hardware de mi laptop, en principio no hay ninguna incompatibilidad, pero quizas este pasando algo por alto. ? Gracias por la ayuda. hardinfo_report.txt
  7. Hi, I now have a new PC configuration: Pentium 4 630 3GHz with HT, 64-bit, PAE/NX So I didn't find any possibilities to install Lion on my Pentium 4... I have two questions 1) Is it possible to install Lion on Pentium 4? If so, with which distro or what do I have to do? 2) If it isn't possible, is there a possibility to get the GT630 working under SL? Thank you for help!
  8. Hi guys , my first post , I'm running iATKOS v7 on a HP Compaq 6720s laptop since near 2 years ago , all well and very happy , I'm thinking in replace battery and maybe get a ExpressCard54/Firewire update. The obvious questions Work o no Work - Is a thing related with the motherboard itself ? (must understand if entire chipset are well recognized no reason to no work ?) - Or is a thing more related with the manufacturer of the chip in the plugged card ? - or both ¿? - I dont have the card actually , exist some way to verify if the system recognize the expresscard port ? - Some conrete chip especially recommended ? I use 98% for audio works and with new battery and firewire I would be a happy man. Best Regards
  9. If I use the 10.6.8 update combo with iATKOS S3 V2, will it still work? Here is what I'm talking about: Mac OS X 10.6.8 Update Combo v1.1
  10. Hi! I'm stucked here when i'm trying to install osx 10.6.7 on my pc. I have a HP Elitebook 8540w with Intelcore i7 with a upgraded 6gb RAM. How to solve this problem?
  11. Hi there, My name is Marshall. I recently downloaded ideneb 1.4 burned it on a disk and wiped out all operating systems on my pc and installed ideneb. Now i tried booting up and it showed that i need to restart my computer twice so i booted in debugging mode and i notice that its a kernel panic. As i am fairly new to osx86, i cannot make out what the problem here is. Also while installing osx86, i choosed a lot of drivers, a lot of those which i didn't need i guess but i did not select any kernels since i wasn't sure. Just thought you should know about that. Here is a picture of the screen :- http://i.imgur.com/mfWhl.jpg Its a bit difficult to see cos i dont have a good camera.
  12. CPU:AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core sse2/sse3 Mobo: ASRock A785GM-LE Graph:ATI Radeon HD 4200 Audio: ALC662 LAN: RTL8111DL 2 x DDR2 2G each I finally got a pretty good install of OS X with this weak AMD machine i hope some of this info helps. I looked at a hundred tuts before I completed this simple install lol, smh. What You Need/I Used: Clean HDD DVD+R DL (to burn) Boot CD+Retail DVD or 10.6.6i by Hazard (Intel Only) also AMD no Boot CD required BIOS Settings; Storage: AHCI, USB Legacy: Disabled , Boot Priority: CD/DVD (mobo STR or S3 setting is automatic) Using PS/2 Keyboard & USB Keyboard, USB Mouse both USB Components & PS/2 Keyboard required for my install Im a noob so.. I took my hard drive my from my broken acer laptop (also cheap) plugged it in to my pc. inserted windows repair disc, via command prompt I formatted it NTFS blah.. took some time might not need to do it.. went back to my other drive with the acer one still plugged in downloaded a program called FAT32/guiformat.exe Format at max i have (250 GB) HDD usual FAT32 only (32GB) If no secondary HDD with windows use command prompt from repair CD to format in FAT32 (I'll Update with the commands if needed) Google taught me well Download 10.6.6i Hazard Distro via whatever burn on DVD+R DL slowest speed recommended (i was in a rush & did maximum, installs over and over just fine) With BIOS settings in place boot PC with OSX86DVD This is the tricky part with the PS/2 Keyboard I need it to boot just up to the bootloader USB not working (until OSX86 Install Begins) I guess due to Legacy USB being Disabled or kernel panic occurs. Most people use boot flags I used none to avoid a slow boot also kernel panics seem to only occur in VERBOSE BOOT (-v) I think it was lol ENTER when asked to boot from disc (PS/2) ENTER or Any Key to begin once in Chameleon Bootloader screen (PS/2) Take PS/2 Keyboard Out Immediately Before Apple Logo appears or suffer PS/2 Controller kext kernel panic. [[uPDATE]] Legacy USB=ON in BIOS settings and USB 2.0 OFF to defeat this dumb PS/2 method. Apple Logo appears, loads for about 5-10 min depending on the DVD burn quality and clean reader (had clean my lens/laser) USB Mouse/Keyboard should've been connected you'll notice they light up that means install almost ready to begin. Pick your language etc.. BEFORE YOU SELECT A DRIVE TO INSTALL Goto Utilities>Disk Utility select your disk ERASE tab Select Mac OS X Extended (Journaled) Name it Hit Erase bottom right corner Exit disk utility when its done Select to continue Select the drive Hit CUSTOMIZE bottom left I chose: Chameleon rc4 Bootloader (also has rc5) but rc4 works fine. Legacy Kernel ATIFrameBuffer VoodooHDA 2.6.2 RTL81XX SuperVIAATA AHCISATAFix IOATAFamiliy SATA fix EvOreboot IOATAFamilyFix IOATAFamily Fix2 NTFS Now Install... it'll take about 20 min it will lie to you about the last minute ONE MINUTE LEFT will be like 6 min..lol Install should be successful before restart hold F12 if button to open DVD drive doesnt open it Take DVD out to test out bootloader PLUG IN PS/2 Keyboard Legacy Still Disabled USB wont work just yet ENTER, and take the keyboard out once again... this can be fixed later on.. Should boot up just fine, now im working on graphics etc.. video plays clear though HD full screen a little choppy mouse blinks but still fairly good for an AMD install i need kext for ATI Radeon HD 4200 help pls? THANKS if anyone can help. Hope I helped someone out there posted this running 10.6.6i on AMD right after what I've just explained Also jus modified com.apple.Boot.plist file with <key>Default Partition</key> <string>hd(0,2)</string> (0,2)= Drive Number & Location mostlikely to be different for you <key>Quiet Boot</key> <string>yes</string> This enables me skip the bootloader screen all together no need for the Ps/2 keyboard to but and snatch out anymore lol and it boots really fast as you can see in my YouTube video here still need graphics help tho... Updating to 10.6.8 to get the app store and full graphics support Download and install the 10.6.8 combo update http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1399 (DO NOT CLICK RESTART!!!) With the 10.6.8 window still open, go into the folder from the zip Open up the legacy kernel package and finish installing that Open MB{censored} and install the IOUSBFamily Rollback and System utilities ONLY Once that is complete, go in the Kexts folder, and open up Kext Wizard In Kext Wizard, go to the Installation tab, find and select the 2 kexts in kexts folder, click the System/Library/Extensions button, and click install Once completed, go into Maintenance click on the System/Library/Extensions button, and then click Execute After it is done(it takes a while), close Kext Wizard Go back to the combo update window, and click restart Your Done! UPDATE #2 Could not find/create support for my integrated Ati Radeon HD 4200 Bought an ASUS GeForce 8400 GS 1Gb DDR3 for only $32.99 on Newegg There are cheaper cards but most likely no one even wants what I have. They have only 8 CUDA cores and this one has 16 :/ so I thought hey not the worst lol NOW Running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 with Full QE/CI 1. Combo update from 10.6.6i 10.6.8 DO NOT REBOOT 2.install legacy kernel 10.8 for AmD 3.MB{censored} for 10.6.8 ?Must select system requirements no matter what ?Choose your kext ?Install Chimera Bootloader with a Theme 4.Run Kext Utility & REBOOT 5.Now for enabling the GeForce 8400 GS ?Download Nvidia's Retail driver for with support the Quadro 4000 blah Version is 256...1v1 or F01 ?Download the Nvidia CUDA drivers 4.2 release ?Before you install BACKUP & Delete GeForce.kext and both NV50/NV40 Hal... Also NVResman kext ?Install the retail driver and reboot ? Install the CUDA drivers REBOOT ? Now find the new but same kext you jus deleted in S/L/E ?Add your Device ID mine would be 10c3 ex:0x10c310de ?To the GeForce NV kext etc ? Run Kext Utility ? ReBoot with GE=yes PciRootID=1 Viola!!! QE/CI Native res etc audio works blah.. Im having a few problems tho I still can't Chimera to Timeout And I get Blue Screen after changing the resolution But luckily it auto detected a good native res at start up I didn't need to change it jus poked around -Going to Mountain Lion Now will update on how it goes Wrote this from my iPhone btw sorry for the sloppyness
  13. Hi just to share experience, I've been struggling to get my gtx560 (non ti) working with SL 10.6.8 i'm neither a gaming guy nor a video one, so I only wanted full res and dual monitor. I got it using chimera 1.8 (correct detection of the board at boot) and nvdagf100hal.kext and nvdaresman.kext from nvidia 270 driver (I guess it's Lion's set of drivers too). like lion users I had to remove geforce's kexts and plugins. But I kept Graphics enabler = yes and graphic mode set to nothing in boot.plist I also use a patched dsdt with my graphics correct irq. And most of all, I modded info.plist in both kexts (nvdagf100 and resman) with the following : <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x120110de&0xffc0ffff 0x120110de&0xffe0ffff </string> not being sure whether 0xffc0ffff or 0xffe0ffff was the right address for my board. I also removed other IOPCI lines from the info.plist I guess the trick would work with any gtx 5xx, assuming you use the correct id for your board (google it...) 1201 is for 560 10de for nvidia : 0x120110de I also lost lot of time when I modded the kexts from within windows : in some way it altered the file encoding and the kexts were not usable by osx, so 10.6.8 wouldn't boot, would kp or just have basic graphics. In the end , I have dual 1920x1080 monitors working under 10.6.8. i'm not sure whether chimera and dsdt are necessary, but since it works, I didn't mess with them ! How it helps...
  14. Hi! First of all, thank you for spending your time reading this. I have installed Snow Leopard 10.6 with an image called "osx86dvd" from Hazard After numerous attempts, i've succeeded at booting it up, but got stucked at the apple logo loading screen. it keeps loading forever. My computer: from the OSX86 Hazard DVD: First i've chosen an 1TB usb external HD from Seagate and formated it in 2 partitions, one with 9gb extended mac type, the rest with the normal fat32 type, then I've chosen the 9gb partition at the installation and customized the installation as it follow: Installation Properties: In the end, i boot from my external HD, it loads ok and then i choose my mac partition, but it stays on the grey loading screen with the apple logo. I'm sorry for my bad english writing, it's not my native language. *Update* Tryied again with "arch=86_64 -x -v" and took a photo from the log: Picture 4 It seems like this Intel82566MM stuff is having a hard time.
  15. Hi, I got mac os X 10.6 SnowLeo running amazing. Its like owning a 2 grand mac! The problem I have however is USB devices arent functioning - but strangely The USB keyboard and Mouse I have plugged in DO work. My webcam, or any flash pens I plug in arent seen in Mac OS X, I checked System Profiler and they are just not there. I know my webcam is compatible with Mac OS X86, because I used to have 10.5.8 installed, and it worked just great in there. I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this? I tried updating bios and messing with bios settings to no avail. Thanks very much ppl for your time!
  16. Hi. I have SL 10.6.8 on AMD (don't know kernel name, it just - legacy_kernel) It seems like all work fine, but when i add video file (mov, avi, mp4) in adobe after effects cs4, it crash. But when i add FLV, it's ok. Quicktime, quicklook work's fine. Try google for this problem, but don find anything. Anyone else have problem like this?
  17. theconsumer1's USB Guide for Hackintoshers In this tutorial I will be going over: Creating a USB Installer for iPC 10.5.6 Leopard Distro. Creating a USB Installer for RETAIL COPY of Snow Leopard from Leopard (Hardest) Creating a Lion USB installer. Note: These methods have all been verified to work on my Acer Aspire 5336 Notebook. My Specs: Intel Celeron 900 @ 2.2 Ghz Intel GMA 4500m GPU 3gb DDr3 RAM Keep in mind, creating a USB installer for OSX is NEEDED TO BE DONE in OSX. In other words, You cannot create a OSX USB Installer without the use of a mac/hackintosh computer. Specifically you need the app Disk Utility in order to create and format the USB. These Guides have also been tested on both GUID formatted HDDs and MBR formatted HDDs. I am not a genius at computers. I am just trying to help out some people. ? CREATING A IPC 10.5.6 USB INSTALLER I will be using a distro called iPC 10.5.6 for this. Understand the Distros are often "modified" to work on a PC based computer. This means that the distro has hidden or unhidden files in it that generally make it bootable right off the start, without doing much to it. Retail Images however are different. If you do not have the iPC 10.5.6 distro, Feel free to browse google and download it. I have only tested this working for the iPC distro and not Kalway or any others. You will need atleast a 8GB flash drive. Step 1: Drag your iPC distro to the desktop and double click the DMG File (mount it). Step 2: You should now have a mounted DMG file that has 3 visual items inside (Install Mac OSX DVD Logo, Mach_Kernel file, and a Set up PKG file) Step 3: Open up Disk Utility (application) Step 4: Insert your 8GB USB Drive. Step 5: Inside Disk Utility, go to the partition tab in the middle tab pane of Disk Utility. Under "Volume Scheme" Chose 1 Partition. Format as "Mac OSX Extended Journaled". Label it as you like. Next go to "Options". Click "Master Boot Record" and exit options. Click "Apply" and wait a few seconds for it to format. Step 6: In order to restore the DVD image of iPC, you need to go to the restore tab in the middle pane of Disk Utility. For the source, you want to go to your desktop and drag the DMG file of iPC into the source destination inside your Disk Utility. Note: If the DMG file will not go into the source box, drag the mounted folder of iPC that you mounted in Step 1 into the source box. Normally, I just use the DMG file and it works. Step 7: After you have the source image, you need to chose the destination. The destination for your drive will the partition you created and labeled in step 5. Drag the partition you created from your USB drive into the Destination box. This can be done by simply locating your partition under your drive listed inside Disk Utility in the left hand side box. Step 8: Check "Erase Destination" and click Restore. This process will take anywhere from 20 - 60 minutes. Depending on your CPU speed. Step 9: After the restoration process, the drive you restored should appear as exactly the same as the original DMG you downloaded of iPC. In order to make this bootable, you need to download and run the application OSX86 Tools. OSX86 Tools can be downloaded from various sites. After OSX86 tools is downloaded, run the application. Step 10: Once the Application is open, go down to the option "install EFI/ Run FDISK" and click on it. Find your USB stick in the box "Disk to Use". MAKE SURE IT IS YOUR USB OR YOU WILL LIKELY CRASH YOUR COMPUTER. Under EFI to Install chose PC EFI V8. Click Install EFI and wait a few second. Note: If OSX86 has an error message when using it, it likely is because OSX86 tools is not in your Applications folder on your mac/hackintosh. Now Eject the drive inside OSX and reboot your machine with the correct bios. Enjoy! FAQ: If your drive booted right into another partition, you did not set up the bios correctly. If your USB boots into the black Darwin x86 screen and stops booting and gets stuck at the screen, you probably are using a retail disc or missing a file. If other problems arise, make sure you click MBR and not GUID. ? CREATING A RETAIL SNOW LEOPARD USB INSTALLER FROM LEOPARD. (HARDEST) This method took me months to figure out. If you've been trying to install Snow Leopard via USB using only Leopard, then this will help you. Leopard is a terrible version of OSX for applications. If you YouTube and Google how to do this, you will probably find tons of tutorials and waste your time following them to find out that I required program does not work in Leopard. So i'm here to help. I will be using the RETAIL User DVD (10a432) Image to make this installer. Like I said previously, this is different than a distro because Distros have all the essential files inside the image for booting into a pc. Step 1: Open your retail copy of Snow Leopard. (mount it) Step 2: Inside the DMG file you mounted, you should see the Install Mac OSX CD Image and 2 other folders. Step 3: Open up Disk Utility (application.) Step 4: Insert your 8GB USB drive. Step 5: Locate your USB drive inside Disk Utility and Go straight to the Erase Tab in the middle pane of Disk Utility. Format as MAC OSX EXTENDED Journaled. Erase the drive. Step 6: After erasing (skip partitioning), go to the restore tab inside Disk Utility. For the source, go to your desktop and find the opened DMG drive file. It looks like a little white drive on your desktop that should say "Mac OSX Install DVD'' or ''Install Mac OSX. Drag that into the source destination inside Disk Utility. Or locate it in the left sidebar of in disk utility. Check "Erase Destination" and click Restore. This process should take anywhere from 30 min to 1.5 hours. Step 7: After the restore process if over, you need to make the drive bootable. In order to do this there are very few programs to do the job. The 1 program I found to work was MYHACK. You can download MYHACK from many websites. I use MyHack version 1.0. It is easy to use. Step 8: Place MY HACK inside your applications folder after you downloaded it and open it. It should be in the form of a .pkg file or an Installer file. This program installs various kexts for your machine and the chameleon bootloader (myhack themed). Step 9: Inside the MYHACK installer, click through and agree the licenses. Make sure you chose your USB drive to install Myhack to (under change install location/destination). BEFORE CLICKING INSTALL: Go to "Customize". I cannot help you with all your kexts because your hardware is different. Check the following: Core (chameleon bootloader), Com.apple.boot.plist. You may check others like Graphics Enabler/Disabler, and sleep enabler kexts. Step 10: Install and wait a few minutes. Your USB can be ejected inside OSX and ready to boot! Good luck FAQ: If your USB wont boot at all, it could mean that when you partitioned your drive you selected either GUID or MBR (I am not sure which one works. I just click erase) but i am running off a GUID partition) ? CREATING A MAC OSX LION USB INSTALLER There are many ways to do this. But there are little to no ways to do this inside Leopard. You need a machine running at least 10.6 because Leopard is so incompatible with so many programs its completely ridiculous. You will need to download the retail application of lion. This is a very long process and many ways to do this. The easiest i've found is by using a app called UNI BEAST built specifically for this. You can download this off tonycrapx86.com. I am not going to walk you through this process. I rarely make USB Lion Installer anyhow. I run off 10.6.8. But Lion is a great version so here is how you do it: Credit goes to cpukid00 (Bob Roche) who is extremely good at what he does. Here are his 2 videos on how to do this: ------------------------------------------------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- -- - - - - - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- I wrote this tutorial in about 1.5 hours. I am not a genius when it comes to hackintoshing, i simply know a few things about having a broken optical drive that helped me get OSX onto my system. USB installs are much quicker and to install from, but are hard to get to boot. Forgive me for any typos I made or mistakes. I hope this guide helps you. You can contact me on OSX86.net. My username is theconsumer1 The guide was made possible from these sources: tonycrapx86, TheMacMobBlog, Google search engine, Youtube videos, and OSX86.net for there awesome downloads and forums! DID THIS HELP YOU? Let me know: theconsumer1@gmail.com
  18. Hello, everyone....well I gave up on Lion for the moment and would be quite happy with Snow Leopard on my Toshiba A665-S6050. This laptop has Core I3 350M processor, 4 GB ram, 750 GB Seagate Momentum HD. I have installed Snow Leopard using Nawcom's boot CD. Install went fine, except I had to dd boot1h to the HD. When I try to boot from the hard drive with the legacy kernel, it locks up at, "warning: kernel was not built with custom dyld blob". When I try to boot with the vanilla kernel, it reboots. I can boot with the boot CD into Snow Leopard partition without a problem. Do I need a different kernel or am I missing something else? Thanks in advance for the help, J
  19. Hi! I have DVD and USB with link removed When I'm doing all that is written in instructions, it needs to restart the computer... I don't understand what I need to do... "-v" does not help me...
  20. Salve a tutti raga ho un problema al quanto strano con l'istallazione di snow leopard10.6.6i hazard,vi riassumo il tutto sperando che qualcuno possa aiutarmi,fino a ieri avevo snow leopard 10.6.2 hazzard sul mio samsung r519(non vi posto le specifiche tecniche perche' il problema non e' li'),oggi ho deciso di istallare snow Leo 10.6.6i hazzard,ho scaricato la iso lo masterizzata su cd ho inserito il cd sul pc e leo e' partito immediatamente,arrivato alla disco utility inizializzo il disco rigido in hfs+j. e comicio l'istallazione,mi da la linea di caricamento e si blocca!!! Apro il resoconto istallazione e mi dice(impossibile scrivere sul disco non hai i permessi o.O)torno alla disco utility e mi accorgo che inizializzando il disco mi da proprietari non attivati cosa che con leopard 10.6.2 hazard succedeva,come inizializzavi il disco o la partizione ne diventavi subito proprietario...... Perche' succede questo???? dovrei premere f8 all'inizio nel boot e digitare qualche commando per iniziare l'istallazione da root con il dvd??? in modo che mi attivi i proprietari nel disco che inizializzo?? Ringrazio in anticipo chiunque mi dara' una mano a risolvere questo problema!! Ciao a tutti!! enjoy the hackintosh :DDDD
  21. Hello to all ragas have a problem with the installation of the odd snow leopard10.6.6i hazard, we summarize all hoping someone can help me, until yesterday I'd hazzard snow leopard 10.6.2 on my Samsung R519 (no place specifications because 'the problem is not' them '), today I decided to install snow Leo 10.6.6i hazzard, I downloaded the iso burned to the cd I put the CD on PC and leo' party immediately came to disco utility initialize the hard drive hfs + j. comicio and installation, give me the load line and crashes! I open the account and tells me installation (can not write on the disc do not have permission oO) back to disk utility and I realize that initializing the disk from my own non-activated thing happened with Leopard 10.6.2 hazard, as the disk or inizializzavi partition it once you became the owner ...... 'Cause this is happening?? I press f8 at boot and type in some command to start the installation from the root with the dvd?? so active that I initialize the disk that the owners? I thank in advance anyone who will give me 'a hand to solve this problem! Hello everyone! enjoy the hackintosh DDD
  22. Hallo Zusammen Ich habe folgende Komponenten: Gigabyte 870A-UD3 NVIDIA GeForce GTX620 Prozessor ist meines Wissens nach intel i5 oder AMD Phenom II Ich habe mir das Komplett ISO von Hazard für Intel und AMD gezogen und auf DVD gebrannt. Wenn ich nun von der DVD boote kommt auch der Bootloader von Darwin. Entweder drück ich jetzt Enter oder F8 und starte mit -v cpus=1 busratio=16 - das Problem bleibt bestehen. Er bootet dann und es wird einiges angezeigt Loading Kernel.... usw. Nach der vierten Loadinglinie startet der PC neu und ich bin wieder am Anfang. Was mach ich falsch? Ich werd mich trotzdem nun mal nach dieser http://minus.com/mpGV185HC anleitung richten. Kann ja nicht sein dass nur der Bootloiader ne 3GB grosse ISO ist? Die DVD ist wie gesagt ein komplett ISO von Hazard mit Leopard 10.6.2 Gruss Wolf
  23. Hello, Can somebody PLEASE telle me how to install OSX properly on my BBG (V1) medium PC? I've tried EVERYTHING I could possibly find on the internet but NOTHING seems to work! There must be something I overlooked. Ik have the original BBG pc (medium) which I bought from Azerty comouters, and a 150Gb external hard drive on which I want to install OsX Snow Leopard 10.6.3 in a dualboot with my allready installed Windows 7. When I put in the OsX CD it installs properly but after reboot OsX can't be booted, only Windows 7. I've downloaded the BBG bootdisk, no result, because it won't even install. I also installed Easy BCD 1.7.2 but I can't set up the partition on which OsX is installed because Windows deosn't recognise it because it isn't a Windows partion (because I formatted it to a journaled OSX partition during the installation of OSX. I would REALY appreciate any suggestions I could try. Thanks a million in advance! Stefan
  24. Hi there, I was wondering if this hardware is any good for a leopard hackintosh or should I go higher with it? The hardware is as follows; ASUS P5L-VM 1394 Motherboard, Intel Pentium 4 3.20GHz Intel Spedstep tech. Enabled, 4GB Kingston HyperX RAM (2x2GB), Atapi iHas SATA DVD Drive, 250gb Seagate Barracuda 5400RPM, 40Gb Hitatchi, NVIDIA GeForce 8400GS 512Mb Graphics Card, Ralink RT6X RT2561 Wireless Networking PCI-Card, 5 USB PLusCom PCI-Card If there is any errors onto why Leopard won't go on it or if it will please respond. I am mainly going to use it for iWork (as my school uses macs and WIndows and Linux can't read .pages files), iMovie or Final Cut Pro video editing for youtube. Respond A.S.A.P please ----------------------------------------------------- IDunnoAtal
  25. tengo una hp dv4 la 1212 con procesador AMD que recientemente le instale leopard no puedo lograr que corra el audio y el wifi que ketxs necesito para poder lograrlo el leopard es el 10.5.8 que es el que consegui para AMD en general cumple los requerimientos que necesita este sistema gracias pore su ayuda
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