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[UPDATED) PC EFI v10.1 with Source is OUT! Leopard & Snow Compatible


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hey all,
i've installed this with chameleon but i'm getting waiting for dsmos and it won't boot i had this before with pcefi v9 and the only way i could get past it was using -v -f can't work out how as i can only use either -f or -v with chameleon. its like the dsmos kext won't load unless i ignore cache but i can't boot unless in verbose as well?!? any ideas?

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enb14 thats not related to booter


Netkas with previous EFI9 at least I was able to boot SL now it just hangs in that part forever.

After deleting that kext it boots but by somehow is hanging with your EFI10.

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Man, follow this:

  • download the file PCEFIv10.zip from the first post
  • unzip the file PCEFIv10.zip
  • after unzip you will have a folder named PCEFIv10 inside this folder you have a file named: boot.zip
  • unzip the file boot.zip and tah nah!!! your boot file is there! ;)
Now copy this boot file to HD where you install Chameleon 2 RC1 and overwrite the file.
ps.: sorry about the bad english, Im still learning...


You says copy efi v10 into HD and that's all. How please, because the old boot cannot be replaced, because it is invisible? Replace the boot in root directory or where?
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Chameleon V2/EFI V9
not all works fine but it works however :rolleyes:

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1. open Terminal
2. sudo -s
3. (you will be asked for password)
4. cp SPACE drag&drop the file boot into the terminal SPACE drag & drop the startvolume into the terminal

(will look like cp /Users/XYZ/Desktop/boot /Volumes/MY_STARTVOLUME )

You can check if you overwritten the old boot by ls -l /boot.

For my knowledge for the function of boot it doesnt matter if it is visible/invisible.

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you may open you favarite chameleon instalelr and replace the files boot0 boot1 boot with new cham2.
i think it's no problem.
i still asked how to comile chameleon,the sources are avalable but usefulness 0


if you need to ask how to compile the sources .. they're not going to be of any use ;)

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if you need to ask how to compile the sources .. they're not going to be of any use :(

what's you mean? i haven't got contact with apple of course i've got hackintosh p5q+geforce based.
and loader means iteresting how their work,may be somethink change for yourself.
if sources public available then exist way to compile.
it's simply interesting to known osx86 better.

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what's you mean? i haven't got contact with apple of course i've got hackintosh p5q+geforce based.
and loader means iteresting how their work,may be somethink change for yourself.
if sources public available then exist way to compile.
it's simply interesting to known osx86 better.


lol ok

its make

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For those that have lost confidence after trying to boot it for the xxth time (like myself), I found out the only way to boot mine was to use flag -x32. Even after initial setup, upgrade to 10A394, it still requires -x32.
I can't complain because PCEFI v10 still my favorite so I guess I will stick with it until further improvement. Thanks to all contributors.

If I can only figure out how to make it sleep...

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lol ok

its make

make produce boot files but size is wrong. try to put maked boot on hdd.
sorry im am stupid. now i understand. images must grow file boot size. )

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1. open Terminal
2. sudo -s
3. (you will be asked for password)
4. cp SPACE drag&drop the file boot into the terminal SPACE drag & drop the startvolume into the terminal

(will look like cp /Users/XYZ/Desktop/boot /Volumes/MY_STARTVOLUME )

You can check if you overwritten the old boot by ls -l /boot.

For my knowledge for the function of boot it doesnt matter if it is visible/invisible.


Thanks, it works!
SalG

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hi proengin;

where do you get these kexts;dsmos (x64), nullcpupowermanagement (x64), OpenHaltRestart (x64), PlatformUUID (x64)

Thanks

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proengin i also run in 64 bit mode with vanilla appledecrypt64,UUID64,Open_halt64,nvinject64, cpupowermanagment i use vanilla it works good.
do you have hibernate? Suspend to ram works excellent but any tries to hibernate fails. instead hibernate work suspend to ram.

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Can someone post here the 64Bit Versions of dsmos64 / appledecript64 UUID64 ,...64 ?
I have problem because dsmos cant loaded (rights ok). I get error for loading dsmos and so wait for ever for dsmos... running Snow Leo A354.

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Hi Nour,

You can find them here:

http://heliacal.net/~solar/mac/

The owner of above link has also written a guide for Chameleon 2.0 RC1 SL install guide here:

http://www.projectsn...d-32-or-64-bit/


Hope you will find it useful.


hi proengin;

where do you get these kexts;dsmos (x64), nullcpupowermanagement (x64), OpenHaltRestart (x64), PlatformUUID (x64)

Thanks



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Works for me.
Running SW RAID. copied boot to disk0s3 and disk1s3.

kernel ERROR: FireWire unable to determine security-mode; defaulting to full-secure.
has gone and boot seems slightly faster.


D.

**EDIT**

Have any other gigabyte users tried this method on projectsnow ?
Does EFI 10 and the kexts used in this guide get passed the BIOS corrupting issues gigabyte MBs encounter when using snow Boot and EFI 9 ???

**EDIT**

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Worked like a charm.
Fixed the slowness issues i had :angel:

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WOW!!! I can't wait to try this when I get home. I'm gonna try booting Snow Leopard on my PC right away (its an intel pentium dual core).

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i just updated boot file. and nothing. OS don't booting now, just some strings is running(about boot booth1 or something) and then reboot. what's the problem?

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i just updated boot file. and nothing. OS don't booting now, just some strings is running(about boot booth1 or something) and then reboot. what's the problem?

are you used before chameleon 1 ? if this you try install chameleon2 then replace file boot.

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are you used before chameleon 1 ? if this you try install chameleon2 then replace file boot.

now it is work. thx





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