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  1. Hy guys!!! First of all, i would like to thank Cassio from Olarila Forum who brought me this tip, to ceckin from the VoodooProjects Forum who is the author of the original Guide and to Gringo Vermelho from the VoodooProjects Forum which complemented the Guide with more tips and information... Original post of ceckin from VoodooProjects > TUT: Create Chameleon USB from Windows Post of Cassio from Olarila Forum (Brazilian Portuguese) > olarila.com ? Exibir tópico - Como criar um pen drive de boot com Chameleon pelo Windows What you need... Chameleon BootSector files > Chameleon_BS.zip Latest Chameleon Build "boot" File and "Extra" folder (you can use from a specific version or the latest) > BuildBot USB Stick FakeSMC.kext > Fakesmc version 2.5 - Downloads - Kexts.com NullCPUPowerManagement.kext > NullCPUPowerManagement (32-/64-bit) - Downloads - Kexts.com Other kexts needed for your system like Lan, Audio, PS2, etc..., you can find your devices and after search for your system kexts using this app (Windows Version) > System Info - Downloads - Kexts.com Other needed stuff (DSDT, kernels, config files, etc...) Notepad++ to made changes to xml files from Windows (SMBios.plist and org.chameleon.Boot.plist) > Notepad++ Home You can find useful information about Chameleon Configuration files here > http://www.kexts.com/guides-tutorials/10747-guide-chameleon-bootloader-basics.html Creating the Bootable USB Stick... Download the Chameleon`s BootSector files from the link above... Extract the contents of the file... Plug your USB Stick and check his "Drive Letter", for example e: (Assuming that you have only one partition and one CD/DVD drive) Open Windows Command Prompt as Administrator (Navigate to "Start" button > "Programs" > "Accessories" > right click on "Command Prompt and click "Run as Administrator"... When the Command Prompt window appear, navigate to the "Chameleon_BS" folder that you just extracted, for example cd \Users\YOUERUSERNAME\Downloads\Chameleon_BS Now run makeusb X: (Raplace X for your "Drive Letter") You should see this... (Yes!!! I copied from the original post and pasted here!!! ) Format G: ... Create boot sector ... Read DBR: successful! Patching FAT32 BPB: successful! Write DBR: successful! Write MBR: successful! Done. RePlug device before using it! C:\Users\YOUERUSERNAME\Downloads\Chameleon_BS Eject your USB Stick and plug it again... Download the Files from the Chameleon Build that you want and Extract it... Copy the file "boot" from the folder usr > standalone > i386 to the root of your USB Stick... Copy the "Extra" folder to your USB Stick... Create a folder called Extensions inside of the USB Stick "Extra" folder... Download FakeSMC.kext and NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and move to inside of the USB Stick "Extensions" folder (and another needed kexts)... Below you can find a basic "org.chameleon.Boot.plist", you can copy from here and use with Notepad++ to create your own (save as org.chameleon.Boot.plist inside of the USB Stick "Extra" folder) <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>cpus=1 busratio=13</string> <key>arch</key> <string>i386</string> <key>Legacy Logo</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>5</string> <key>USBBusFix</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GenerateCStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GeneratePStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Theme</key> <string>Default</string> </dict> </plist> If you have another extra stuff like DSDT or a modified Kernel, place the files at the root of your USB Stick... Done!!!! Now set the Default Boot Device to the USB Drive on your BIOS and enjoy!!!
  2. Hi guys, this my very first post and my first time with Mac OSX. I successfully installed it on a Acer E1-570. All is working apart sound and wireless. The USB pendrive was detected too. But, in a desperate attempt to have wireless working I messed up with the kexts and now sadly, the pendrive is not detected anymore. ? I wouldn't want to install everything for the third time. With kextstat I can see USB kexts are loaded, so would you please tell me which file shall I edit to have USB pendrive detected again? ? Thanks for the help, GiuTor
  3. OK I decided to start a new thread about this issue and especially this laptop. My laptop is the Samsung Serie 5 532U3C A01FR, one of the last models released in France. SIW in windows says this about its specifications : MotherBoard - NP532U3C-A01FR FAB1 P01ABH Proc. Core i3 2365M 1.4GHZ Graphic. Intel HD3000 (8086) Controller AHCI (?) - Intel 7 SATA AHCI Controller There's no optical drive - I replaced the HDD by a Samsung 840 250G SSD In BIOS, the AHCI mode is Enabled - The Secure boot is disabled and OS Mode is set on CSM OS (I tried also with CSM & UEFI and UEFI modes) I already successfully installed Lion 10.7.5 on this laptop (from iATKOS L2), in a dual-boot with Windows 8. The SSD is partitionned with two partition - one hfs for Lion / one ntfs for windows. I had to choose MBR because GUID prevents me to restore my Acronis True Image on my Windows partition. Also, my Lion system works pretty well, except the HD3000 is not completely recognized (no acceleration) and have no microphone support. I decided recently to upgrade directly to 10.8.2. The classic upgrade is impossible since my disk is MBR, ML would need a GUID disk to make working the upgrade. I tried so many different options - U{censored}, the new Chris111's installer (from hackmymac), and recently, iATKOS ML2. Unfortunately, I encountered a really boring issue. After booting on USB by typing F10, I choose the USB disk on Chimera/Chameleon bootscreen. And just right few second after, my USB stick will light off, stop working, the spinner loading starts on the apple logo. Finally, it stucks here with a crossed circle. In verbose mode, it stucks on different place (depends of the ton of test I did) and display the "Still waiting for root device". I tried on my three usb ports (one 3.0, two 2.0) with two different USB Sticks (new - one Corsair 3.0 - one Sandisk Cruzer 2.0) With iATKOS ML2, it stucks on Waiting on <dict... IOProviderClass.... No interval found for . Using 8000000 Still waiting for root device. I tried differents flags (sometimes combined) as npci=0x2000 npci=0x3000 GraphicsEnabler=No UseKernelCache=No USBBusFix=Yes -x -f -v With iATKOS, the only flag which made a difference was UseKernelCache=No. It occured a really loud beep sound during verbose log printing which made me turn off the laptop (but the USB stick sttoped working as usually). I just don't know what can I do next and so decided to looking for a support here, maybe some experiences from this serie 5 users. Hopefully, we'll solve this problem and make this thread a ressource for future guys who'll hack this laptop. Last thing, which'll be usefull on whatever version of OSX. My laptop battery wear seems to increase since I use OSX on it. (it's at 7% - I bought this laptop one month ago). How can I save my battery life with an hackintosh. Is there something to do. I have some other questions about the laptop, but I'll ask them later - It's important to succeed the installation of ML before. Don't hesitate to ask me more informations if I've forgot something. Thanks for reading, and helping and sorry if my english is a little bit precarious.
  4. Este guia é somete para quem tem Processadores Intel (Core2, Core i3 / i5 / i7), ainda não existe Kernel modificado para Processadores AMD ou outros não suportados. Fala Galera!!! Quem quer um Leão??? Acho que muitos aqui no Forum querem... Então... Vamos ver o que precisamos para domá-lo... Primeiro, baixe o instalador da App Store... Segundo, tenha pronto um PenDrive com 8gb, ou uma partição livre no HD... Baixe também este programa e ative a exibição de arquivos ocultos > Download UnHidden for Mac - Show or hide hidden files. MacUpdate.com Depois do download concluído, clique com o botão direito do mouse sobre o instalador e selecione "Mostrar Conteúdo do Pacote"... Vá na pasta "Contents > SharedSupport" e monte "InstallESD.dmg"... Você vera que irá aparecer um volume chamado "Mac OS X Install ESD", dentro do volume, você irá encontrar outra imagem chamada "BaseSystem.dmg"... Monte-a... Depois de monta-la, vamos precisar usar o "Utilitário de Disco" para restaurar "Mac OS X Base System" para o PenDrive/Partição do disco... Abra o Utilitario de Disco, selecione o volume "Mac OS X Base System", clique em "Restaurar", arraste o icone do volume aonde voce ira restaurar a imagem para o campo "Destino" e clique em "Restaurar"... Após o processo terminar, desmonte somente a imagem "Mac OS X Base System" do instalador... (Depois que você restaurar a imagem, você ficara com dois volumes chamados "Mac OS X Base System") Abra o volume "Mac OS X Base System" que acabou de restaurar... Copie o arquivo "mach_kernel" na raiz da imagem "Mac OS X Install ESD" para a raiz do volume "Mac OS X Base System"... Quem estiver criando um PenDrive Bootavel precisa copiar a NullCPUPowerManagement.kext e FakeSMC.kext para /System/Library/Extensions de "Mac OS X Base System"... Apos copiar o arquivo, navegue até a pasta "System / Installation"... Apague a pasta (Link Simbólico) "Packages" de dentro dela e copie a pasta "Packages" da imagem "Mac OS X Install ESD" na pasta... Se você precisar instalar o OS X em um Disco com o esquema de Partição MBR ou se tiver o erro "Mac OS X Could Not Be Installed on this Machine", use o procedimento abaixo... Baixe este "OSInstall.mpkg" modificado > MBR patched OSInstall framework & mpkg for Lion GM - Downloads - Kexts.com Execute o comando abaixo em uma janela do terminal... sudo tar xjvf /[COLOR="#FF0000"]CAMINHO DO ARQUIVO[/COLOR]/Lion_OSInstall_GM.tar.bz2 -C /Volumes/Mac OS X Base System Substitua CAMINHO DO ARQUIVO pela localização do "OSInstall.mpkg" modificado. Pronto, após isso sua imagem esta pronta... Se você restaurou a imagem em uma partição do disco, você poderá usar seu Chameleon já instalado (se ele for compatível) para iniciar a instalação... Se restaurou para um PenDrive, instale o Chameleon diretamente no PenDrive usando o instalador que quiser ou Chameleon Wizard > Chameleon Wizard - Downloads - Kexts.com Espero que agora você consiga domar o Leão!!! NOTA: Se você usa algum dispositivo PS2 e estiver com problemas durante a instalação, siga este procedimento > Obrigado ao thales_ do Forum Olarila por esta dica > olarila.com ? Exibir tópico - Iniciando o Lion sem teclado USB PÓS INSTALAÇÃO Depois de instalar o sistema, se você não tiver uma versão do Chameleon compatível com o Lion, você precisa fazer os procedimentos abaixo... NOTA: Se você tiver o Snow Leopard instalado, você pode fazer todos os procedimentos através dele usando este app e selecionando o disco do Lion como destino > Kext Wizard 3.7.10 - Downloads - Kexts.com Inicie seu Lion já instalado usando este BootCD > http://www.kexts.com/view/1462-boot_cd_for_lion.html Instale este Chameleon > http://www.kexts.com/view/1731-chameleon_2.1svn_r1447.html Instale os kexts abaixo... Use este app para instalar kexts, reparar permissões e recriar os caches > Kext Wizard 3.7.10 - Downloads - Kexts.com FakeSMC.kext > Fakesmc version 2.5 - Downloads - Kexts.com NullCPUPowerManagement.kext > NullCPUPowerManagement (32-/64-bit) - Downloads - Kexts.com Os kexts acima são essênciais para a inicialização do sistema, mas você ainda terá que instalar as kexts específicas para seu Hardware, (Lan, Wi-Fi, Audio, Video, PS2, etc..) Você pode usar este app para saber quais são seus dispositivos e encontrar os kexts necessários > System Info - Downloads - Kexts.com Agora, você já deverá conseguir iniciar sua instalação diretamente pelo disco...
  5. This Guide is Only for Intel Processors (Core2, Core i3 / i5 / i7), theres no Patched Kernel for AMD or others Unsupported Processors. UPDATE: New Patched Kernel for 64bit Atom Processors. (32bit will not work) SOURCE: Thanks to Nawcom > I made me a nice Lion Atom Kernel ? nawcom's bitchblog UPDATE: New Patched Kernel for HP Notebook DV Series with Core i3/i5/i7 Processors SOURCE: Thanks to Taptun / Mammoth > IPS Driver Error Hy Guys!!! Who wants a Lion?? I think many people here on the Forum want... So ... Let's see what we need to tame it ... First, download the installer from the App Store ... Second, be ready in a USB Stick with at least 8GB or a free hard disk partition ... You can also download this program and enable the display of hidden files > Download UnHidden for Mac - Show or hide hidden files. MacUpdate.com After the download completes, click the right mouse button on the installer and select "Show Package Contents" ... Go to "Contents> SharedSupport" folder and mount "InstallESD.dmg" ... You will see a volume that will appear called "Mac OS X Install ESD", inside the volume, you will find another image called "BaseSystem.dmg" ... Mount it ... After mounting it, we need to use "Disk Utility" to restore "Mac OS X Base System" to the stick / disk partition ... Open Disk Utility, select the volume "Mac OS X Base System", click "Restore", drag the Volume icon where you will restore the image to the field "Destination" and click "Restore" ... After the process is complete, eject only the image "Mac OS X Base System" from the installer ... (After you restore the image, you will have two volumes called "Mac OS X Base System") Open the volume "Mac OS X Base System" that you just restored ... Copy the file "mach_kernel" at the root of the image "Mac OS X Install ESD" to the root of the volume "Mac OS X Base System" ... UPDATE: New patched kernel for 64bit Atom Processors (32bit will not work), download from here, extract at the root of your "Mac OS X Base System" media and rename it to mach_kernel (After the installation you will need to use the same kernel to start the system)... > http://nawcom.com/mach_kernel_atom.10.7.1.bz2 UPDATE: New patched kernel for HP Notebooks DV Series with i3/i5/i7 Processors, download from here, extract at the root of your "Mac OS X Base System" media(After the installation you will need to use the same kernel to start the system)... > OS X Lion kernel (lapic_native) - Downloads - OSx86.net For people that will made a Bootable stick, we need to place NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and FakeSMC.kext inside of /System/Library/Extensions of "Mac OS X Base System"... After copying the file, navigate to the folder "System / Installation" ... Delete the folder (symlink) "Packages" from it and copy the folder "Packages" of the image "Install ESD Mac OS X" on the folder ... If you need to install on a disk with MBR partition scheme or can`t complete the installation because of error "Mac OS X Could Not Be Installed on this Machine" use the following procedure ... Download this Modified "OSInstall.mpkg" for 10.7 installer > MBR patched OSInstall framework & mpkg for Lion GM - Downloads - Kexts.com Run the command below on a terminal window... sudo tar xjvf /[COLOR="#FF0000"]PATH TO THE FILE[/COLOR]/Lion_OSInstall_GM.tar.bz2 -C /Volumes/Mac OS X BaseSystem/ Or download this Modified "OSInstall.mpkg" for 10.7.2 installer > http://www.osx86.net/view/1986-patched_osinstall_framework_for_10.7.2_installer.html Run the command below on a terminal window... sudo tar xjvf /[COLOR="#FF0000"]PATH TO THE FILE[/COLOR]/OSInstall_Framework.10.7.2.tar.bz2 -C /Volumes/Mac \OS \X \BaseSystem/ Replace PATH TO THE FILE with the path for the patched OSInstall.mpkg. Okay, after that your image is ready ... If you restored the image to a disk partition, you can use your already installed Chameleon (if it is compatible) to start the installation ... If restored to a USB Stick, install Chameleon directly in the stick using the installer you want or Chameleon Wizard > Chameleon Wizard - Downloads - Kexts.com Hopefully now you can tame the lion! NOTE: If you have PS2 devices and have issues during the install, access the file below from Snow Leopard, Linux or Windows using Transmac or MacDrive... /System/Library/CoreServices/Setup Assistant.app/Contents/Info.plist And delete the lines below... <string>DeviceSection</string> <string>KeyboardTypeSection</string> Thanks to thales_ from Olarila Forum for this tip > Original Post (Brazilian Portuguese) olarila.com ? Exibir tópico - Iniciando o Lion sem teclado USB POST INSTALL After you install the system, if you don`t have Chameleon with Lion Support Already installed, you need to made the steps below... NOTE: If you already have Snow Leopard installed, you can made all the steps from him using this app and selecting the Lion disk as target > Kext Wizard 3.7.10 - Downloads - Kexts.com Boot the already installed Lion with this BootCD > Boot CD for Lion - Downloads - OSx86.net Install this Chameleon > Chameleon 2.1svn r1447 - Downloads - OSx86.net Install the kexts below... Use this app to install kexts, repair permissions and rebuild caches > Kext Wizard 3.7.10 - Downloads - Kexts.com FakeSMC.kext > Fakesmc version 2.5 - Downloads - Kexts.com NullCPUPowerManagement.kext > NullCPUPowerManagement (32-/64-bit) - Downloads - Kexts.com The kexts above are essential to boot the system, but you also will need kexts for your specific devices (Lan, Wi-Fi, Audio, Video, PS2, etc..) You can use this app to know your devices and find the right kexts > System Info - Downloads - Kexts.com In the most of cases, kexts that you already use on Snow Leopard are compatible with Lion, you have to try. Now, you should be able to boot the system from the HD...
  6. Simpele vraag: Wat wordt er geladen als je boot met de USB stick en daarna je HD als opstartschijf kiest. Alles in deze map /Volumes/Mac OS X Base System/System/Library/Extensions ? Of alles in deze map /Volumes/Mac OS X Base System/Extra ? Het systeem draait verder prima hoor, alleen soms boot ie "vreemd" van HD terwijl de USB stick het ALTIJD doet. Dus wat laad de USB stick wel wat de normale HD (soms) niet doet. Alvast badankt voor julllie reacties!
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