Things you need:
- A Maximus Formula Motherboard (Off course)
- A blank HDD or USB Pen Drive
- DVD of Snow Leopard 10A432
- ==> The .zip file <== HERE [v3.0 Audio Works]
- A Mac with OS X Fully Working (Or a Boot-132 DVD<== CLICK HERE for Snow Leopard)
- Switch on your PC [Press F8] / Mac [Press C] and boot from the DVD
- Once installation is loaded open Disk Utilty
- Select your HDD/USB Pen Drive and click on the "Partition" tab
- Now click "Option" button and select GUID Partition Table.
- Install Snow Leopard on the HDD/USB Pen Drive you formatted
- After the installation boot from a Fully Working installation of Mac OS X
- Download and extract the .zip
- Install PC EFI 10.1 to the HDD/USB Pen Drive you installed Snow Leopard
- Open EFIStudio and com.apple.boot.plist (FILES/Extra)
- Go back to EFiStudio, and go through the drop down menu and look for your Video Card.
- Click Add device and you will see bunch of numbers.
- Copy those numbers and paste them in to com.apple.boot.plist (FILES/Extra)
- Copy the folder "Extra" to the ROOT of the HDD/USB Pen Drive you installed Snow Leopard
- Copy DSDT.aml to the ROOT of the HDD/USB Pen Drive you installed Snow Leopard
- Move IONetworkingFamily.kext to:
Your HDD - Pen Drive/System/Library/Extensions
- Restart and boot from Snow Leopard drive
- When Chameleon boots up press a button and type -x32 -v then press ENTER <== (Be sure you do this step)
- Wait Snow Leopard to boot
- Create your Account, set your password, ecc
- Repair Permissions with Disk Utility NOW! (Or you'll get a Kernel Panic in 64-Bit!)
- Once Permissions are OK restart and boot again from Snow Leopard drive (DO NOT type this time just wait 5 Seconds).
If you have Boot Problems delete DSDT.aml from the root and make a new one with DSDT Patcher GUI
- Open Disk Utility
- Right-Click on your Snow Leopard HDD
- Select Information
- Copy your UUID (Universal Identification)
- Move PlatformUUID.kext to the Extra folder (/Extra)
- Right click on it and select "Show Package Contents"
- Open the Contents folder
- Open the Info.plist file
- Paste the UUID Code to:
Here's what you'll get:
100% All Working!
Always repair permission in 32-Bit (Type -x32 at boot) because if you repair them in 64-Bit you (may) have a Kernel Panic