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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    I dont know if i should or shouldnt change to snow leopard... right now all things are working, so...
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Yap....its possible to update 10.5.7 to Snow Leopard or it must be retail, i didnt search yet much about it. I installed Mac into an IDE HD and I have a IDE DVD, i also disabled the SATA HD while i installed.
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Well, i used transmac and i patched the DVD with this kexts http://www.esnips.com/web/nicholasblocksStuff (i also copied the file "Extensions" included in that download) After that all run very smooth, installation took 15 minutes... and almost worked without external kexts like i said. I already have sound working and my GPU have QE, QG and CI working at 1680x1050, i even can run some games ehehe. I wish you luck if you're trying to patch.
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    So... here i am again x) , i quited of trying in July, but now i bought a new GPU and i tried again, after a lot of more reading about the installation i finally managed to install Leopard. I used the Lawless version 10.5.4 patched with the SB700 kexts, it took about 15 minutes do complete the installation, almost works out of the box, the wireless USB, ethernet are working but the sound not, i will try to find now the kext for ALC888, my new gpu HD4870 i think that 4850 drivers are working. Well, you can put in this list ECS A780GM-M
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    I'm trying to search for the logs now
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Hmm, i finished the installation now, but i have a new problem (pff...) it just not boot, even trying to start through the DVD with rd=disk0s1 with just load the first kexts and then reboot. You guys had this problem?
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    It worked, but it was taking to long to install, about 2h30min oO, so i will try again later today
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Exactly what i did :\ but i really wanna try first in Vmware, but dmg image files dont work... guess that i have to burn another DVD ImgBurn supports dmg files? Ops, nevermind, i release that transmac edits the ISO in real time, no need to create an dmg image
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Well i know... I deleted the kext with MagicIso and save in a new ISO file, then burned the ISO now its non-bootable, with TransMac it only saves in dmg and if i mount it in MagicDisc it gives me an error... I really dont know what i can do to make that DVD bootable with the kext deleted :\
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Hmm that shows me too but when I disable APIC mode but it gives me that an panic kernel i think if it is disabled. Well one more DVD for trash.. the DVD with the kext deleted simple dont boot
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Hmm i forgot to disable the diskettes and serial and parallel ports, yes ACPI is enable for default i think: http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Products/...D=1&LanID=0 Supports ACPI revision 3.0 specification" I'm burning now another DVD, will try again... :S
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Well, i guess that i dont have any luck at all . I tried with Leo4all 4.1.1 patching the ISO with the leo4allv4.1.1.ppf , Before hanging it shows a line saying "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin" or something like that, i read in a forum this: I tried this but if i write -S in darwin promp it doesnt show any other prompt where i can write the other things... I'm stuck in this part :\ -> Trying now to delete ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext from the DVD , hope this work now
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Lol congratz hmm, i will try that know, but in ACPI i only have the option to S1 or S3.. i will try anyway
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    Hmm i'm waiting for Amazing to see if the installation with Leo4all worked ;D
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    [GUIDE] Leopard on ATI SB700/S750 and AMD 780G

    You used TransMac to install and burn with SB700 kexts provided in the other tutorial? Edit: Lol i know release that you are talking about the download time. -> In my pc the Kalyway DVD with the SB700 kexts only loads all the kexts and suddenly reboot..
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