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  1. This is mainly for me to remember, so I won't describe the obvious steps. If you read this, and you don't know how to start from the beginning, read my other guides. Start with the DVD or if you use the USB version, then start with "-v USBBusFix=Yes" After erasing the partition, choose additionally to the preselected options the following: - USB Fix - PS/2 - MacBook 8.1 - IOPCI Family - Disable nVidia drivers - Disable Intel Drivers After starting up the OS and creating your account and you are on the desktop, download http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=2725 and install the Kext from the graphics directory (and optionally the Kext from the Bluetooth directory... I believe that I had some kernel panics due to bluetooth before). This is the only way to get the real resolutions. I also attached a BENQ monitor to my Laptop so my resolution is 1920x1080.
  2. I can't help you, if you use another tutorial. I don't know, how your system will be set up with that tutorial. It seems pretty different from mine. If you follow my tutorial, you will be good to go.
  3. You won't see a cursor or anything. Just start typing. You will see very small letters at the bottom(?) of the screen. It is easy to overlook. If you have windows on it, you need additional steps to make it dual boot. Read my other topic about dual boot. You can do the same to make a dual boot system described in that topic.
  4. Asus X53S and the GT 540M 1gb

    I just posted a guide about the asus install here: http://www.insanelym...howtopic=278952 (actually it is below your post) Eventually it will work for your laptop too. There is no solution for that nvidia card. Your laptop will always use the intel 3000HD card, no matter what. Probably the nvidia kexts you try to install, mess up your display. Non of the nvidia kexts I tried worked, even if they claim to be working.
  5. First a few things hidden as SPOILER. You should read it if you see this the first time: Warnings: 1. For WiFi you will have to change your WiFi card in the Laptop. Buy a AR9285 card for $15 and put it into your laptop or use an USB WiFi Dongle. 1. VOODOOHD Audio will cause a very loud feedback loop between your Mic and your Speakers. Don't install them! Search for custom kexts. 2. You will see an error message about nVidia ROM patch every time. Just ignore it. GUIDE 1. Boot from DVD with iAtkos L2 (hit ESC at ASUS Logo and choose your DVD - hit enter) 2. At the BootLoader hit F8 and type: -v cpus=1 busratio=22 3. After booting on the Install screen choose your language and "Continue" 4. From the top menu bar choose "Utilities" then "Disk Utility" 5. Mark your partition and "Earese" as MAC OS Extended (Journaled) 6. Close "Disk Utility" 7. "Continue" and "Agree" to the iAtkos Terms of Use 8. Mark your MAC partition and click "Customize" on the left. 9. In the lists check AHCI SATA, USB, PS/2 (And AR9285 under WiFi if you changed the hardware). Pre checked things have to be checked of course! 10. Install (Eventually you have to use rBoot-LE to restart the system at the first time) 11. Fill out the Apple stuff after your likings 12. Being on the desktop download "[url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] Lion Edition" and "rBoot-LE" from Tonymacx86.com 12a. For security reasons make a bootable USB with rBoot-LE 13. From rBoot-LE.iso extract the "EXTRA" folder and copy its content into the "EXTRA" folder on your MAC partition 15. Additionally you can edit the BootLoader in "System Preferences" and set "arch" to x86_64, CPU to 1, and the BusRatio to 22. 16. Restart Now your LION should reboot automatically without any problems. For Audio, Ethernet and other stuff use this ZIP: http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=2725 If you have problems, you can discuss them here and I will refine the GUIDE after reinstalling my system. As I said, I messed with it a week and some steps may need another order or they need a restart in-between. ---- In case of emergency now you can boot your partition with the USB instead of a DVD.
  6. Is my graphic card a paradox on itself?

    I try to find a next for my graphic card since days. I am a beginner in mac and I have Lion on my ASUS Notebook Here is my data from the tool system utility GMAX3100: Chipset Model: GMAX3100 Type: GPU Bus: Built-In VRAM (Total): 64 MB of Shared System Memory Vendor: Intel (0x8086) Device ID: 0x2a42 Revision ID: 0x0009 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1366 x 768 Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888) Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Now I read everywhere that 2a42 can be only a 4500 model, but as you can see, it is not so. What is wrong here? I tried many kexts but nothing works. I can change my resolution with boot.plist but I can't use "pages" for example and I believe, that is because no next is loaded. What should I do?
  7. I would like to help people, like me, who want to install a multiboot system with Windows 7 und OSX Lion on an ASUS K50IJ Notebook. I had to find every little bit of info one by one on the net, so I thought, I share, how you can build a working system, so you don’t have to waste your time. Please note, that this walkthrough IS really ONLY for that notebook!
 (I don't know if it works on other systems) So let’s get started: First of all I assume that you have a completely empty and virgin laptop with nothing on it, just an unformatted HDD and a Windows 7 DVD. You also will need an external USB keyboard! Check in BIOS, if your SATA setting in "Advanced" is on “Enhanced” Start the windows installer from your DVD and make at least 2 Partitions (Primary) on your HDD. Format the first one for Windows and install it. When your Windows is running, rename your C: partition to “Windows” (or whatever you want) for easier recognition later. Download the iAtkos L1.dmg to your Windows. Yes! http://torrentz.eu/8...61b48785b9b6f84 Download UltraISO and convert the .dmg file to an .ISO file. Download TransMac and burn the ISO to a 4.7GB DVD. (Probably nothing else will work!)
 http://www.acutesystems.com/scrtm.htm Start mac install from your newly created Lion DVD. When the iAtkos logo appears, hit F8 and type “–v” (without the “” of course) so your install is in verbose mode and you always see, what is happening. If the install seems to be hanging, don’t panic! Just wait! Sooner or later it will finish. After the actual installer appeared and you are on the first screen, chose your language. On the next page go to the top menu bar and chose “Utilities” and there chose “Disk Utility”. In the “Disk Utility” on the left side you will see your “Windows” partition and below your other partition(s) with names, like disk0s1 Click the next one under your Windows partition and on the right side click the “Erase” tab. On the new screen chose “Mac OSX (journaled)” and give it a name e.g “Macintosh”. Click the “Erase” button and wait for the blue progress bar being finished (should last a few seconds only). If it is finished, click the “Disk Utility” tab on the top menu bar and close the disk utility. Now you are back on the install window again. Click next. Agree to the iAtkos Licence and click next. On the next screen chose your freshly erased partition named “Macintosh” and then click the “Customize” button on the left side. In the popping up window click the “Drivers” dropdown menu and mark the checkbox next to the “PS2 Mouse/Keyboard” driver, and the VOODOOHD audio driver, then close the window. Back again on the installer screen, where you marked your Macintosh partition, click install. Wait for the install being finished. Restart your notebook. Eject the DVD, so the system boots from the HDD. When your system is booted up, the first thing you will see is a picture of a keyboard and it will tell you, that your keyboard couldn’t be found. Don’t panic! Connect your USB keyboard. Suddenly you will be able to finish your installation. Don’t bother with most of the things. Fill only, what you absolutely need or want to fill. When you finished installation and you are on the macintosh desktop, you can detach your USB keyboard. Test your built in keyboard on the text edit app. Now, if everything works so far, restart your notebook (installing wifi and changing resolution we will come back later!). IMPORTANT! Put your Lion DVD back into the drive and boot from it again, like if you would reinstall the whole thing again. After choosing your language click the “Utilities” tab again in the top menu bar. Choose “Terminal” where you need to set your Windows partition Active. In the black Terminal window you have to do the following:
 (copy+pasted from here: http://www.insanelym...showtopic=22844 
by Rammjet) Setting Your Partition "Active" Using Fdisk 

1. Determine which disk your Windows partition is on 
Type diskutil list

 Verify which disk number holds your partition (disk0, disk1, etc.) 

2. Start using Fdisk 
Assuming the Windows disk is the first disk ("disk0"), then 
type fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 <== use "rdisk" with your disk number here !!

Ignore the error "fdisk: could not open MBR file ..." 

3. Determine which partition for Windows needs to be set "Active" 
Type p 

Verify which partition is for Windows (1, 2, 3, etc.) 

4. Set the partition "Active" Assuming it is partition 1, then
type f 1 <== use your partition number here !! 

5. Save and exit 
Type write

 Type y (yes you are sure) 

Type exit (to quit) 

6. Remove the install DVD and reboot Now put your Windows DVD back into the drive and start booting from the windows DVD, because you have to repair your Windows Boot sector to be able to boot into Windows again. When you are on the first screen in Windows Installer, choose your language and click next. On the second screen at the bottom you see an option “repair your previous install” (or similar). Click it. A grey window will pop up and a blue progress bar appear. When it is finished, you get a restart button. Restart your notebook and IMPORTANT! Boot AGAIN from your windows DVD and do the same again. Now in the grey window you will see your C: partition and the blue progress bar. It is possible, that when it is finished, you get a new window with different options. Click the first one and when it is finished, click the “restart” button, eject your windows DVD and boot into Windows from the HDD. When in Windows again, download the program called EasyBCD
 http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1 In EasyBCD click the “Add new entry” button on the lefz and on the new screen click the “Mac” tab. Choose a name for your start menu option like “Macintosh” and from the drop down menu choose “MBR”. This is very important, otherwise you will have problems with booting into mac. Now click “Add Entry” and then go to the “Edit Boot Menu” and check windows as your primary OS. SAVE and close the program. Now restart your system and you will have an option to boot into windows OR into mac. Boot into mac. Now we will change the resolution of our monitor. In Finder click the GO button on the top menu bar and choose "Computer" and choose your Macintosh partition. In the search field type "Boot.plist" Right click the appearing "org.chameleon.Boot.plist" and choose "open enclosing folder" Copy that plist onto your desktop and open it with text edit. Right above the </dict> tag copy this: <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1366x768x32@75</string> Save the file. Now go to the original and delete it (or back it up elsewhere). Put the edited one into the original directory. Authorize it with your admin password. When you boot into mac the next time, your resolution will be native asus resolution. Making WIFI work. Download (Atheros) AR9285 kext on http://www.osx86.net...?do=file&id=462 Install it with kext utility (open /Applications/Utilities/Tools/kext utility and drop the kext onto it) Now you have wifi. IMPORTANT: works only if 802.11g is disabled. For ethernet use this: http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=1913 That's all. I hope I could help some of you.
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