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[HELP]Installing iAtkos S3 V2 on dell latitude!

24 March 2012 - 03:19 PM

hello, i am trying to install the s3 v2 in my dell latitude d520, which has the iatkos v7 running(im also happy bout that :) ). I tryied sometimes install s3 v2, and it could just say installation was successful and when i rebooted, it just appeard the screen we don't want after a installation: boot0: done, boot0: error, or other things like this. So i thought, i already seen the files of the installation disk, which have a bunch of kernels,like mach_qoopz, or mach_pcj, so, if the installation disk booted with one of these kernels, it must be one that works on my pc! im a half newbie, so don't say im dumb please, but if i copied (cp) after the installation, in the terminal of the osx install disk, i could make it run! or no. so, anyone help me? thanks

For sucessful install iAtkos V7 in Dell Latitude D520

28 January 2012 - 05:59 PM

Hello guys. This tutorial I'm showing how i've got a sucessful installation of iAtkos v7 sucesfully in my dell latitude d520.

at least 1GB Memory(recommended 2GB)
50GB HD(recommended minimum)
Intel Pentium M higher
at least:)

iAtkos v7(duh)

The Holy Bible e-book and a cheap ebay.com rabbit feet(between $20 - $300-> A really good one)

Burned DVD of it or a pendrive with a least 4gb(and no, im not talking of putting the rabbit feet on a pendrive but iatkos v7)(how to boot from pendrive I will make another topic)(duh)


Put the DVD on the reader


Go to Utilities>Disk Utility

At this point I recommend in whichever OS your running, make a backup!

when you finished the backup, boot again with the dvd drive wit iAtkos v7.

again go to disk utility!

format one of your partition(or the whole disk) by going to the partition/disk and go to the tab erase. Very very important Note: This dis/partition MUST BE PRIMARY! NOT LOGICAL, NOT EXTENDED, BUT PRIMARY!!!
I the erase tab click on the scroll option and choose Mac OS Extended(Journaled)

click erase.

Ok, so now you have a PRIMARY partition/disk formatted as Mac OS Extended(Journaled).
As well close the disk utility and go back to te Mac OS Installer. Now you've gotta select the partition/disk that we formatted, go to next page.

Aha! Now here is the trick:


Click on custom

now select the following options(with the default still selected):

x86 Patches:.
-------------->9.5.0 Kernel Voodoo
------------>EFI string for Intel
------------>GMA 950
------------>GMA 950 Laptop(duh again)
--------------->Intel SATA/IDE
------------>PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard
-------------> Voodoo PS/2 Driver
------------>Laptop Battery
------------>ext2fs(IF YOU HAVE LINUX PARTITIONS)
--------->Network(mark all)
---------->Chinese(or any other unknown language for you, to learn new horizions :) )

AAAAAAAAAnd proceed.

when finished install(10-15 minutes depends on your processor speed and memory) you boot to chameleon and it will try to boot automatically to the partition you installed iatkos v7. You're almost there!Press any key, and it will come to you to select your mac os x disk select it DON'T PRESS ENTER YET! Type in:
-v -f busrate=10 cpus=1
and <enter>


Obs:. If you really liked Mac OS X c'mon, buy a Mac you nerd. happy 2018!

Upgrading iAtkos v7 to iAtkos S3 in Dell

24 January 2012 - 11:44 AM

Hello guys, i recently installed iAtkos v7 in my Dell Latitude D520 and im very happy. But, when I was starting hackintoshing, i wanted snow leopard. So i was thinking about it, I dont wanna install s3 from the zero and loose all my info, and could i upgrade my pc with iatkos s3? (I have the .iso image downloaded earlier) and if there is no solution I will install it again:(
please help
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