Posted 11 September 2012 - 01:44 PM
Previously, I had windows in it, so I used the Chameleon Windows Installer :
The problem is, it only installs to the hdd, and not other locations as the OSX chameleon which have the "Install in other locations" so I can install in USB.
So ya, currently, I dont have a :
-bootable pendrive that doesnt requires Chameleon.
-working windows copy, because I screwed that up, too(Windows wont install in GPT)
I need a chameleon installer which I can access from Windows which is also able to install chameleon on USB.
Acer Aspire One ZG5
Doesnt quite fit in the netbook subforum since this is a really general problem.
Posted 11 September 2012 - 02:51 PM
Posted 12 September 2012 - 07:42 AM
For snow leopard, why not just use a boot CD like bootEFI, rboot, or if you have a distro like iAtkos just use it's boot loader, and instead pick you hard drive to boot at the chameleon menu
somehow, Acer Aspire One requires Chameleon to boot with, u can't boot directly from the usb with the osx installer.
Also, I've downloaded this http://www.insanelym...howtopic=201850
And installed it into another drive via VirtualBox.
So currently I'm trying to boot via Pendrive A(With Chameleon), so I can choose Pendrive B(With OSX Installer)
But when I boot into Pendrive A(which is a success, somehow), I select Pendrive B with iAtkos S3, it says mach_kernel not found, there's somebody with a solution in the topic but it doesn't work. Am I screwed?
Posted 12 September 2012 - 02:11 PM
Posted 12 September 2012 - 07:15 PM
Posted 12 January 2015 - 12:30 AM
I am getting stuck - like being in the middle of a desert.
I am trying to install snow leopard on Acer Aspire Zg5. I have an iAtakos v2 s3 .iso image ( or something like that ). I followed this guide
what it says is you use 2 USB drives . 1 For the initial Boot and other one for installing ( w/ iso file extracted) . But it LEAVES at a pt where you are dependent on the USB stick to boot.
You cannot boot off the hard drive. HOW do you
-- install Snow Leopard with itakos image as above
-- without a pre-existing macbook
-- without a DVD drive ( purely USB based )
-- Multiboot with XP (not vista or 7 that use the vista bootloader)
-- succeed in installed Mac Bootloader on the partitioned hard drive
Linux and XP have pre-existed on this laptop.
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