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Hi At All!!
I'm Italian and sorry for my bad english.
I've a pc Netbook Asus 1005p and I want to install Snow Leopard or Lion ,if this is possible, on my pc.
Please can an user help me?What Iso i must to choose? Thanks!

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Hi

Intel Atom N450 is a 1 core / 2 threads proc with x64 bits instructions set, so yes you can install SL or Lion. You will just need a atom patched mach_kernel, because your proc isn't a core 2 duo.

The rest of your devices do just work fine but you will need to find the own kexts.

Maybe (i said maybe) it can be available to ML too, just need to wait a patched kernel ! ;)


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Hi fantomas :D
Thanks for the answer :D Now ,to start, I'm installing Leopard 10.5.7 (ideneb) but I believe that this will not work! What .Iso you advise me? And the iso must be Retail?

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The better way is to buy a DVD of Snow Leopard or Lion (not a dvd but like an app) on the Mac App Store and then do a Retail install.

you can try with this tuto : http://www.insanelym...howtopic=241913


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Yes,I have already read this tuto! But I haven't another Mac :(

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and on a virtual machine ? :D

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Mmmh Yes! I can Try It! But the virtual machine works fine on an eeepc?

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uh, not really. you need to find another PC with a processor that supports virtualization.

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:( I don't have a pc with a processor that supports virtualization :(

MMM But I read that the iso Iatkos s3 v2 works fine on an eeepc!

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you can try it ! ;)

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Nothing! The installation of Iatkos s3 v2 at 11' to end crashes :(

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you can try with this guid : http://www.insanelym...howtopic=238555

the kexts should be the same, just need a dsdt for your netbook.

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I Can't do this because I don't have another mac to preparate the Usb Disk :(

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Yeeeeeeee I managed to install Leopard on my pc and it works great now I try to use the first tutorial

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Hi all, I successfully managed to install the MAC OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard. I managed to install the wifi as well however I am having some issues with the resolution display. I understand that to resolve this you would need to install a boot file from Meklort however I am not specifically sure
a) which specific boot file to use from Meklort
B) Where to install the boot file?
c) How to install the boot file

Would appreciate any support and advise on this!

Thanks





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