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In Topic: Snow Leopard And Evga Gtx 295

09 March 2010 - 08:16 AM

awesome, thats just great to hear. I noticed youve got the same motherboard as me (dont we all love our ud5s), maybe youll be interested in my new project?

its an easy installer for EX58-UD5, i7920 thats based on digital_dreamers install script.
ive taken care include all the best and newest hacks out there, and its nearly kextless (only 3 or 4),
it will probably be released within a few weeks.

yep ud5s are great,i really love mine..for your new project,first of all im very glad to hear that and yes of course im interested,count me in for any help:) i have some empty hdds waiting for test installations if you need me to do:)

In Topic: Snow Leopard And Evga Gtx 295

06 March 2010 - 12:08 PM


hey,big thanks for this idea and the guide.i have a fully working asus gtx295 single pcb on my third attemp.system profiler and adobe photoshop dedects the gpu correctly.its fully working with your guide so thank you very much.by the way,i couldnt get to my desktop at first try,deleted the nv drivers from my system and then follwed your guide.so this trick works on hackintosh too.

my config:
Zalman gs1000
Gigabyte x58 ud5
Intell core i7 920
Asus GTX295 single pcb
2gb Kingston DDR3 1333 mhz ram
1TB WD green HDD

In Topic: i7 Hackintosh Review and Guide - With Pics!

25 February 2010 - 08:28 AM

Install method!

Download this:




Set your BIOS Sata settings to AHCI

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First you should make an image of your install DVD. It will be quicker to use and good to have. It can be done with Disk Utility.

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Next, restore the ISO to a empty drive.

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When the restore is complete, you'll see this window. Close it and close disk utility.

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Now, run the Script.

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Select your drive

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Select Extra

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From the menu, select 2 (Install Bootloader)
Then select 4, PC EFI 10.5

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When done and back at the menu, select run Retail DVD Installer
Complete the SL install

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When done and back at the menu, select 5, Kext Installation
Keep all the settings and just type N and enter.

Now boot your hackintosh from the drive. At the bootloader menu, press Down arrow and select Single User mode. After the loading is complete, type: buildcache
and hit enter. then type reboot.

Now boot again from the drive and set up Snow Leopard.
When inside you will probably have bad resolution and other problems. We got some more stuff to take care of.

Download the Combo Update 10.6.2 from Apple

Install it.

Open the Mods folder.
Copy the Kexts_10.6 folder to the script folder, and replace the current one.

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Copy the three files, com.apple.boot, DSDT and smbios to the Install Drives Extra folder, located on the root.

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Now run the script again and choose Kext Installer.

Make sure you have the same setup as this picture.
To change a item between Extra and System, simply enter the number and press enter.

When setup is the same, enter N and press Enter.

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Now run the QE_CI update pkg. from the mods folder.


Congratz, now you should have a working Snow Leopard 10.6.2 install, with Sleep, Internet, Audio etc.

System can be set to boot 64 bit if you want to, but if you sleep and wake, and then try shut down you will get kernel panic. So I'm leaving that out.
64-bit kernel has no use anyway as far as I know, unless you plan to use 4GB ram for the kernel alone. 32-bit kernel can still make use of all RAM and run 64-bit apps.

When system is booting fine, remove the -v from com.apple.boot plist in Extra, use an editor like Smultron. (The -v displays all the lines of booting text)

Now you can run the script again to modify About This Mac, or the bootloader Theme.

hi,very helpful guide.but your photos and download link for mods are dead.can you please reupload them?

In Topic: GA-EX58-UD5 & CORE i7 920 | Newbie Install Questions

01 July 2009 - 12:51 PM


here is a installation guide for us,its for iAtkos v7.i installed with it and now i have a very stable 0sx86 v10.5.7.only problem,my graphic card is 8600gt and i couldnt manage to enable Quartz Extreme,still searching a solution for it.ill post here again if i find something.

In Topic: Corsair RAM 1600MHz showing up as 400MHz

01 May 2009 - 10:08 AM

I have avoided asking this question here and been looking for a fix but I cannot find one.

My memory shows up as 1600MHz in the bios but not on OS X. I would like to see the full potential of my new system of course.
Is there a fix?

CORSAIR XMS3 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
Model: TR3X6G1600C9

Please check my signature for my complete system specs

hi.can you please tell me the step by step installation of iAtkos on your pc,i have the same hardware config with you and i couldnt manage to install osx86.i couldnt find the right settings and drivers so getting kernel panics on the first boot after installation(cpu3 panic).any help will be very helpfull for me as im newbee on this scene.

thank you
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