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Fix/edit "About this Mac" Version en español Tanks to Koos Kaspers.nl If when you open "About this Mac" will appear Processor: Unknown This can be solved by placing the version of your processor either Intel or AMD. Download TextMate editor for developers TextMate 1.5.9 Trial 1. Install TextMate 2. Open> System / Library / CoreServices / Resorce / English.lproj Locate the file "AppleSystemInfo.string" and open it with TextMate and find "UnknownCPUKind" = "Unknown" and replace Unknown with the type of processor you want, for example: "UnknownCPUKind" = "Intel ® Pentium ™ 4" NOT modify the carecteres = " 3. Save 4. Usually no need to restart, now see the name of your processor. You can also modify it to create your own "About This Mac" following some tutorials that findeth Internet. Change the Apple logo To change the logo, simply replace a file. The logo is available at: > System / Library / CoreServices / loginwindow.app / Contents / Resources only if necessary "right-click" on the file (loginwindow.app) and give show contents and find / contents / Resources Find the file and rename MacOSX.tif by MacOSX.tif.bak Now you can place the changed logo image (the that you download) (remember that only allow pictures of type. Tif) paste the downloaded image and rename to MacOSX.tif Authenticate with password (if necessary), close the session and open again the session and you can now see your logo moficado "About this Mac" Custom Logos Hackintosh.tif MacOSX-Aqua.tif MacOSX-Aqua2.tif MacOSX-Aqua3.tif MacOSX86.tif iHack.tif
OSX86 10.4.8 Update to 10.4.11 Version original en español Test install OSX86 10.4.8 Dvd Mac OS X 10.4.8 (Jas AMD-Intel-SEE2, 3 With PPF1, 2) Download: Mac OS X 10.4.11 Combo Update (Intel) First. Open terminal and type the following commands cd desktop mkdir backup cd backup Second. In the Terminal, to create the backup type. write sudo cp -r /mach_kernel ./ 2.1 Backup essential file. In the terminal write sudo cp -r /System/Library/Extensions/AppleACPIPlatform.kext ./ sudo cp -r /System/Library/Extensions/AppleAPIC.kext ./ sudo cp -r /System/Library/Extensions/AppleSMBIOS.kext ./ Do not close the terminal Third. Copy the downloaded file in the Backup folder that is on the desktop, then double click and wait to mount the image then open the package and install. "Do not restart when the installer asks" Fourth. Return to Terminal and type the following to restore system files sudo cp -r ./mach_kernel /mach_kernel sudo cp -r ./AppleACPIPlatform.kext /System/Library/Extensions sudo cp -r ./AppleAPIC.kext /System/Library/Extensions sudo cp -r ./AppleSMBIOS.kext /System/Library/Extensions Fifth. Close Terminal and open the Disk Utility, select the hard disk where you installed Mac OS X and click "Repair Permissions" Hopes to finish and then close the Disk Utility. Sixth. click on restart in the installer. Reboot and load the gray screen where the apple appears, it takes a little while upgrading and restart again and ready once loaded you can go to "About This Mac and see which updates to 10.4.11. Once updated you can go to the Apple website and download the latest programs that require Mac OS X 10.4.11. Quick Time 7 iTunes 9 Safari 4.0.4 Intel security Update 005 (Needed to install the latest version of Safari) If after you install the update the error "Mount dmg failed: device not configured" You can fix it. "Every restart is to do it again" Open the terminal and type sudo kextunload -c com.apple.AppleDiskImageController sudo kextload -b com.apple.AppleDiskImageController Now you can mount files. Dmg This happens because the update disk permissions change, try to "Repair Permissions" in Disk Utility but I do not think that works.