Okay I have finally got Leopard running almost perfectly on my tablet (the only issue being the ATI Radeon 3200HD which if anyone knows how to at least get the native screen res plz tell me)
Okay the steps I took were the following:
1. Get an iDeneb 10.5.5 install disk
2. Partition the space that you wish to use for OS X.
3. The options I used for customizing my install are as follows:
>9.4.0 StageXNU (Intel/AMD/SSE2/SSE3)
>AppleSMBIOS-27-800 (I chose this for my RAM, might be different for yours look in the system profiler)
>AMD Patch (Assuming that you have an AMD processor here)
>>I am not sure if there was an option for it or if it was by default but make sure that you have selected the Chameleon Bootloader, this is VERY IMPORTANT!!!!
After the install you should be able to successfully boot into Leopard.
The Next thing to do is to update your hackintosh to 10.5.6 which is simple:
do a google search for "ideneb 10.5.6 rev 1" it should be the first link that comes up. Download the disk image and mount it, now you have one of 2 options:
1. you can run the update and then the second package or
2. Vice Versa
The Point is YOU MUST RUN BOTH! (When one says restart ignore it and run the other, afterwards then restart).
After that reboot and then make sure that you are still able to boot back into OSX86.
The next step is to get your wifi working.
I got full Wifi working by downloading the script from this post:
Make sure that you have downloaded the latest Airport updates before hand!!! I will attach the script at the bottom of the post.
Sound (with full HD support)
Okay this one is a bit complicated so if I fail to explain it correctly, please tell me and I will do the best I can.
First download this file:
2.Before Restarting delete /System/Library/Extensions/ALCInject.kext
3.Use Kext Helper b7 to install HDAEnabler.kext
4.Fix Permissions with Disk Utility
5.Restart and make sure that Internal Speakers is selected in Audio Settings
6. Then run HDA Fix v3 (Riavvia in seguito means Restart later, Riavvia means Restart now)
7. Click Restart Later
8.Repair permissions with Disk Utility
10.Bootup and sound and shutdown should work.
The only downside is that autodetect (for headphones etc.) does not work, if anyone can get that working please speak.
Ethernet should work out of the box.
Anyways this is how I got it to work on my Tablet, touch works, but sadly the calibration is off the further away you get from the center of the screen.
If I remember anything else I will add it to this post.