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Hi can anybody tell me how can i install Mac OS X 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso on a pc??

I don't know anything

thanks.(i hadn't found something with the search)

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Better use an IDE HDD master and a DVD Drive slave.
It can be used on sATA also but better no for first try.
Disable S.M.A.R.T. from bios.

Neaded staff:

1. Mac OS X 10.4.(1-8) Install DVD (on a DVD+ or -R NO RW!)
2. A PC with a compatible DVD drive (to install OS X)
3. First of all be sure that OSX can run on your computer before attempting anything like a dual boot.

How to:

1. Get a prepatched OSX install image (look at torrent sites for that).
2. Burn the image to an empty dvd recordable (+R or -R NO RW)
Use your favorite burn program for this (Nero, Alcohol 120%, MagicISO, PowerISO e.t.c)
3. Insert the OSX install disk and reboot your computer.
4. Boot the DVD, when the grey Apple stops spinning, select Language for the installation.
5. On the top of the screen, click "Utilities" and then click "Disk Utility".
6. Disk Utility starts. Select your Hard Disk or Partition. Chose "erase" tab and set the Volume Format to "Mac OS extended (journaled)" and erase it.
7. Wait until the process finishes and then close Disk Utility.
8. Follow the installation steps on your screen, select the HD with the partition you made in step 6 and choose "Customize"(if have this option).
In the Installer window, select either the Intel or AMD. Choose more packages if they fit in your hardware.
9. After finishing the installation, wait for the computer to reboot, remove the install disk and enjoy your "Intel/AMD-Mac Os X (x86)" installation.

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I just finished installing this exact same DVD on to a machine with SATA drive, ACHI and sata native mode enabled, worked perfect. I have the ICH8R controller. But it maybe be different for you so be cautioned.

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You can easyly upgrade it to 10.4.9 if you have intel raggedjagged.
Not even Repair Permissions required.

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OH MY God is it so easy????when the first time i tryed to install it about 4-5 months ago ,i have read that i have to install darwin.Must i install them??? or it installs like the mac???

And how can i see that i have a compatitible hardware???
can i burn the iso image on toast ??


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You can easyly upgrade it to 10.4.9 if you have intel raggedjagged.
Not even Repair Permissions required.


Could you explain this a little bit more? I also used the JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 DVD but with my Asus P5B I need to do a lot more than just upgrading 10.4.9....

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Pes pws egine macmagix.
Oti boi8eia xreiastei eimai parwn kai sth dia8esh sou file mou.
Sthn Kriti eimai vasika alla poios xezei tis apostaseis, xairomai na xw enan patrioth sto project.

Kalws wrises file.

Erhnam.
If youy are based on Mac Os X [Jas AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso and you have Intel only prossesor, then you can use that update easyly.
DONT in any way use the update of the official site.
DONT use this update for SSE2 prossesor.

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Erhnam.
If youy are based on Mac Os X [Jas AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso and you have Intel only prossesor, then you can use that update easyly.
DONT in any way use the update of the official site.
DONT use this update for SSE2 prossesor.


Okee thx. Can you give me the name of "that" update. Is it the JAS update with the 3 files?

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Only PM ...w8.

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this is the dvd im trying to install but when i get
to to the " install " screen , it's not showing anywhere
to chose to install it to .. can someone give me a clue
as to what to do ? any help would be appreciated ! :|

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Your HDD is not "visible" my friend.
What is your HDD?

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hey, trying to install the same image but I can't get past the third screen (from the image attached to an earlier post in this thread) it just freezes at the third screen and I'm forced to restart. If anyone can help, it would be appreciated.

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Your HDD is not "visible" my friend.
What is your HDD?


its a seagate 160g.

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linv5800.
I mean: is it IDE? is it sATA?

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ide . sorry
on a giga-byte 8I865GME-775 mobo.

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how come that at step 7 (selecting destination) my pc doesn't show any hard drive???

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Can you use the 10.4.9 update with AMD?

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I can install this fine, everything pretty much works

BUT all the dvds i tried think my computer doesn't have SSE3, even though everest and cpu-z lists SSE3 among SSE2, MMX and others in the instruction set.

So basically i cant install the SSE3 10.4.9 update, it should be running faster, and i guess a lot of apps don't work cause its SSE2

I have hyper threading turned off maybe that has something to do with it, i have no idea

If i try to install an SSE3 only cd, or do an SSE3 only update, booting hangs and refers to the kernel, the screen goes gray, then wipes, gets darker and darker, until its black with a looping error, i didn't get to writing it down.

Any suggestions or help would be much appreciated.

Here's a pic of my error i found on another post, only on my comp, i dont see all that is above the last line because i didn't have it in verbose mode (-v). The line i see is the one at the bottom referring to the kernel.

EDIT: It boots fine after install in vmware.

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Neaded staff:

1. Mac OS X 10.4.(1-8) Install DVD (on a DVD+ or -R NO RW!)
2. A PC with a compatible DVD drive (to install OS X)
3. First of all be sure that OSX can run on your computer before attempting anything like a dual boot.

How to:

1. Get a prepatched OSX install image (look at torrent sites for that).
2. Burn the image to an empty dvd recordable (+R or -R NO RW)
Use your favorite burn program for this (Nero, Alcohol 120%, MagicISO, PowerISO e.t.c)
3. Insert the OSX install disk and reboot your computer.
4. Boot the DVD, when the grey Apple stops spinning, select Language for the installation.
5. On the top of the screen, click "Utilities" and then click "Disk Utility".
6. Disk Utility starts. Select your Hard Disk or Partition. Chose "erase" tab and set the Volume Format to "Mac OS extended (journaled)" and erase it.
7. Wait until the process finishes and then close Disk Utility.
8. Follow the installation steps on your screen, select the HD with the partition you made in step 6 and choose "Customize"(if have this option).
In the Installer window, select either the Intel or AMD. Choose more packages if they fit in your hardware.
9. After finishing the installation, wait for the computer to reboot, remove the install disk and enjoy your "Intel/AMD-Mac Os X (x86)" installation.

regarding #6, if you erase the partition, won't all of the info on that be wiped away? stupid question i know...i only ask b/c the .iso i have is on the partition i want to install the mac os on.

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Better use an IDE HDD master and a DVD Drive slave.
It can be used on sATA also but better no for first try.
Disable S.M.A.R.T. from bios.

Neaded staff:

1. Mac OS X 10.4.(1-8) Install DVD (on a DVD+ or -R NO RW!)
2. A PC with a compatible DVD drive (to install OS X)
3. First of all be sure that OSX can run on your computer before attempting anything like a dual boot.

How to:

1. Get a prepatched OSX install image (look at torrent sites for that).
2. Burn the image to an empty dvd recordable (+R or -R NO RW)
Use your favorite burn program for this (Nero, Alcohol 120%, MagicISO, PowerISO e.t.c)
3. Insert the OSX install disk and reboot your computer.
4. Boot the DVD, when the grey Apple stops spinning, select Language for the installation.
5. On the top of the screen, click "Utilities" and then click "Disk Utility".
6. Disk Utility starts. Select your Hard Disk or Partition. Chose "erase" tab and set the Volume Format to "Mac OS extended (journaled)" and erase it.
7. Wait until the process finishes and then close Disk Utility.
8. Follow the installation steps on your screen, select the HD with the partition you made in step 6 and choose "Customize"(if have this option).
In the Installer window, select either the Intel or AMD. Choose more packages if they fit in your hardware.
9. After finishing the installation, wait for the computer to reboot, remove the install disk and enjoy your "Intel/AMD-Mac Os X (x86)" installation.


Hello Oracle.. nice to meet you Expert..
I need some help..
Today i do installation on an Intel Machine, in other word Hackintosh..
I was installed Mac OS X 10.4.9 in my SATA Harddisk..
After the installation finished and rebooting my SATA Harddisk can't be detected by BIOS..
What should I do?? I'm so confused.. ;) Please help me..
Thx 4 your help..





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