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About qwikslvr

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  1. Snow Leopard on GA-EP45-UD3P Sorry for anything I might have missed, this is my first guide, so please bear with me. Hardware: GA-EP45-UD3P 2.93 GhzIntel Core 2 Duo E7500 250GB WD Caviar Blue HDD SATA Optiarc SATA DVD 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix 1066 Mhz PNY GeForce 8800gt 512mb Software: iAKTOS S3 DVD OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 10D573 Install: Power up Configure Bios to pictures (kudos to weaksauce12) then save and Restart Hit F12 to get into the boot menu Choose CD-ROM to boot into iAKTOS After 5 minutes or so you will be at the language selection Select your language, go to Utilities -> Disk Utility Choose the Hard drive you would like Snow Leopard to be installed on and go to the Partition tab -> 1 Partition -> Name: “Snow Leopard” Format: OS Extended (Journaled) Options: GUID Partition Table Then hit Apply -> Partition It should do its thing pretty quickly so after thats done, close Disk Utility The “Install Mac OS X” box should pop back up. Click Continue -> “-->” -> select our newly partitioned hard drive “Snow Leopard” then click “Customize”install. I chose a few things which are... Bootloader -> uncheck “AsereBLN v1.1.9” and check “Charmeleon v2 RC5”. Patches -> Sleep Enabler Drivers -> Main Hardware -> Sound -> Voodoo HDA and Apple HDA 10.6.2 Drivers -> VGA -> nVidia -> EFI string -> DVI/DVI Drivers -> VGA -> nVidia -> Enablers -> NVEnabler Drivers -> VGA -> Network -> Wired -> Realtek -> RTL8139 After 20 minutes or so you will hear music and see the welcome/flying through space introduction to Snow Leopard. Choose where your from -> Your Keyboard Layout -> Transfer your Data from another Mac -> Internet Options -> Create your Account->Register Later-> Time Zone -> Done! Now do software updates, restart and check for more software updates until your fully upgraded. You may have to play around with the settings a few times to get things right. I tried multiple installs before this one. Let me know how it works for you guys!