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bahbel

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  1. Leopard on HP Laptop

    Anyone? A litle help please?
  2. Hi guys! I've already Installed Retail Leopard on my system using the boot 132 method. Now I wanted to install it in my Laptop: an HP DV6-1120EP. I tried the same method as I did with my rig: Install iDeneb so I could restore the retail Image on another partition and then install the retail by booting from the said partition. Problem is I can't even boot into iDeneb to restore the dmg. I think the problem lies in the laptop's BIOS. The BIOS is very restrictive, no advanced options and therefore I can't change the storage from IDE to AHCI, which I suspect to be the problem at hand. As anyone ever installed it on such a laptop? Or does anyone knows where can I get a decent BIOS for it? Thanks in advance!
  3. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Ok, e há alguma BOA razão para depois actualizar para a 10.6? O que quero dizer é, se já tiver a 10.5.6 há alguma grande vantagem em mudar para 10.6? E já agora, se meter a 10.6, mais tarde quando sair outra versao (seja 10.6.5, 10.7 ou quem sabe uma 11) terei que fazer o mesmo, e substituir a 10.6 pela mais recente? Nao poderei actualizar simplesmente?
  4. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Ja agora, digam-me uma coisa. Se instalar o 10.5.6 como falei mais atras, tenho como depois fazer update para a 10.6 de maneira simples? :X
  5. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Como é explicado em varios outros tutorials, tens que primeiro fazer a instalaçao de uma versao Distro (iAtkos ou iDeneb, p.ex.) e usa-la para gravar o teu DVD. Podes usar o UltraISO para transformar o dmg em ISO! Só depois poderás gravar o dmg ISO! Pelo menos acho que é isso, no entanto, espera que mais alguém responda pois posso tar enganado.
  6. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Hello outra vez. Uma questão rapida. Tive aqui a ver nos meus dvds, e ja tenho sacada e gravada a versao 10.5.6 retail. Da para usar esta para este metodo em vez da 10.6? Abraço
  7. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Obrigado pela rápida resposta. Ja agora, em vez de usar um DVD DL posso usar a ISO numa pen bootable de 8GB? Neste momento ja tenho o Win7 instalado, ha maneira de instalar o Leopard noutra partiçao sem ter que perder o windows, mas ficar tudo com as mesmas facilidades? Cumps
  8. Instalação do Snow Leopard via CD de boot

    Boas. Penso que este tutorial está realmente muito bem feito, tenho apenas algumas duvidas. Quanto espaço é necessário para a partição do Leopard? Apos toda esta instalaçao, posso instalar o Windows 7 noutra partiçao? Como é depois feita a gestão do boot (Leopard/Windows)? Poderei fazer todos os updates que existirem para o Leopard? Agradeço desde já!
  9. Hello. I've been trying in the last couple of days to install Leopard 10.5.6 on my notebook 10.5.6. My notebook is a Toshiba p100-209, and, as far as I can tell after some research, it seems to be a "Portugal only" notebook, however I'm certain there must be some similar models out there in other countries. As far as I can tell these are the Notebooks Specs: CPU Type - Mobile Intel Core Solo T1300, 1666 MHz (10 x 167) Motherboard Name - TOSHIBA SATELLITE P100-209 Motherboard Chipset - Mobile Intel Calistoga-PM i945PM Video Adapter - NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600(128 MB) Audio Adapter - Conexant Cx20551 @ Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M IDE Controller - Intel® 82801GBM/GHM (ICH7-M Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller Disk Drive - HTS541010G9SA00(100 GB, 5400 RPM, SATA) Network Adapter - Intel® PRO/1000 PL Network Connection Network Adapter - Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection DMI BIOS Vendor - TOSHIBA DMI BIOS Version - V3.80 DMI System Manufacturer - TOSHIBA DMI System Product - SATELLITE P100-209 DMI System Version - PSPA3E-02Q00WPT DMI System Serial Number - 46075989W DMI Motherboard Manufacturer - TOSHIBA DMI Motherboard Product - SATELLITE P100-209 DMI Motherboard Version - Not Applicable DMI Motherboard Serial Number - 1234567890 DMI Chassis Manufacturer - TOSHIBA DMI Chassis Version - N/A DMI Chassis Serial Number - None DMI Chassis Asset Tag - DMI Chassis Type - Notebook (NOTEBOOK INFORMATION AS REPORTED BY EVEREST ULTIMATE EDITION) Now, I've tried 2 methods: Boot-132 with retail DVD 10.5.6, and iDeneb v1.4 (the one with Leopard 10.5.6), and been getting diferent results with each method: iDeneb v1.4: Tried it out of the box. It boots ok, but as soon as the "grey-apple-logo-in-white-background" screen appears it gets a shade in front of it and the error message saying that I must restart my computer (in 3 or 4 languages). After some research it came to me it might be associated with the enabling/disabling of multi-core, so I disabled multi-core. No success, everything happens the same way. Boot-132 and Leopard Retail 10.5.6: The boot-132 boots fine. The Retail DVD boots fine, but as soon as the "grey-apple-logo-in-white-background" screen appears the notebook turns off. I hope I gave out some good information so you guys can help me. Anything else you might need to know just ask!
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