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twilight.lee

twilight.lee

Member Since 10 May 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 17 2014 08:09 AM
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In Topic: Install Lion GM/RETAIL on a PC with only 1Gb of Ram

14 November 2012 - 08:31 AM

It looks like you just replace the file... if you are asking how it was done... he probably used a program like pacifist and extracted the distribution file and edited it so that it could accept a minimum of 1024mb ram: here is the file he edited:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?>
<installer-gui-script minSpecVersion="1">
	 <options eraseOptionAvailable="true" hostArchitectures="i386" allow-external-scripts="yes"/>
	 <title>MacOSX_Title</title>
	 <license file="License.rtf"/>
	 <conclusion file="Conclusion.rtfd"/>
	 <script>
		 var minRam = 1024;
...................


Thanks for your idea. I got it.

In Topic: Windows HFS+ Driver from Snow Leopard Boot Camp

15 November 2011 - 09:08 AM

I took another look at the Bootcamp 3.3 update and there were 32bit drivers after all. So my installer is 64-bit only.

Interestingly the drivers in twilight.lee's package are older than the ones in the 3.3 update. Maybe they're a bit more stable. I haven't used these since the random BSODs they caused.


You are right , the drivers in your package are newer.

That's weird. I checked again both BootCamp.msi and BootCamp64.msi, the version is 4.0.4033 and the time stamp of digital signature is 2011-06-29 23:03:04.

I can't use Boot Camp Assistant to get Boot Camp under Mac OS X. So , I download it from http://swcdn.apple.c...BootCampESD.pkg

Did you updated to Boot camp v4.0.1? If you did , please check if BootCamp.msi and BootCamp64.msi have new drivers.(AppleHFS.sys and AppleMNT.sys are inside these two package)

TIPS: Use UniExtract can extract .msi package.
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