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Your system will fail to boot OS X.

So for those who are booting into OSX already, they wouldn't need this then? Mostly for people who aren't using hardware that's already deemed compatible (ex: Gigabyte mobos, etc).

Sorry, I know I'm asking alot of Qs. Just want to make sure I don't run into any problems in the future!

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So for those who are booting into OSX already, they wouldn't need this then? Mostly for people who aren't using hardware that's already deemed compatible (ex: Gigabyte mobos, etc).

Sorry, I know I'm asking alot of Qs. Just want to make sure I don't run into any problems in the future!

I cannot understand how you could be booting to SL without this file. Where did you install Chameleon (USB stick, or hard drive)? Could you post a screen capture of the contents of your /e/e folder.

Thanks.

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You can use DSMOS.kext and AppleDecrypt.kext instead of FakeSMC.

However FakeSMC is being updated regularly by a trusted source and is a more complete solution for those with a vanilla kernel.

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I cannot understand how you could be booting to SL without this file. Where did you install Chameleon (USB stick, or hard drive)? Could you post a screen capture of the contents of your /e/e folder.

Thanks.

I'm not near my precious hackintosh right now, but I followed this guide:

http://lifehacker.com/5351485/how-to-build-a-hackintosh-with-snow-leopard-start-to-finish

I have a EP45-UD3R and a GTX260. Everything just seems to work! I wonder if the guide used packages that included this, or maybe it's in the Extras archive file that they instructed us to download and unzip into the USB flash drive.

I use the USB flash drive boot method so I don't have to install the loader on the HDD.

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@naddie:

There is a file called Extensions.mkext on your USB-Drive. (part of Extra.zip)

The Extensions.mkext supplied by Lifehacker contains the following kexts: fakesmc.kext, Disabler.kext, IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext, LegacyJMB36xSATA.kext and OpenHaltRestart.kext

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