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Snow Leopard On Unsupported Macbook Air 11' Mid 2011

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Here is My MacMod of the Month, I started working on installing Snow Leopard On my unsupported Macbook Air 11' Mid 2011 which came with Lion and cant install Snow Leopard Normally. If you want Instructions Just ask and ill make them.....

-Note the Kernal Panics are fixed i just included them to show progress :) ....

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Hey, pretty cool, Macmod f the month hasn't happened for a couple 'O years though, and is more for cool looking hackintosh's. :(



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Hey, pretty cool, Macmod f the month hasn't happened for a couple 'O years though, and is more for cool looking hackintosh's. :(

Technically it is a "hackintosh" it uses Hackintosh drivers and such .... :) 

      -About the whole no one has posted in the "Macmod of the month" forum, im sorry im new here :)



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Technically it is a "hackintosh" it uses Hackintosh drivers and such .... :)

      -About the whole no one has posted in the "Macmod of the month" forum, I'm sorry I'm new here :)

Yeah I guess so. :)

And It's fine to post in here, just the "Macmod of the month/year" contest doesn't happen anymore.



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Yes I'm "retired" from hosting MacMod of the Month at this point, as I have a very busy schedule with my business. I am however still working on a new hackintosh setup that will hopefully be able to utilize a Dual CPU setup (like my current Hackinbeast). I'll keep everyone posted on the progress… :)



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Is there a possibility to adapt this method to install SnowLeo on Haswell CPUs?



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Is there a possibility to adapt this method to install SnowLeo on Haswell CPUs?

Snow Leopard doesn't have support for Ivy Bridge or newer...



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Is there a possibility to adapt this method to install SnowLeo on Haswell CPUs?

There are... other ways of installing Snow Leopard on Haswell. However those are by 'he who must not be named' Try this kernel here. Pop it onto a Preboot.dmg and have fun :) That's how I got Snow Leopard working on my Hack (More stable than Mavericks, funnily enough).



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FakeCPUID=0x0206A0 in Clover do the same, but without overwrite the vanilla kernel :D







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