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  1. Hey guys Here is my little guide to install OSX 10.6.8 on the EeePC 1000H. I'll quote some of the CicciMTS and scenemusic topics, thank you guys. What is needed ? A Asus EeePC 1000H A 8GB or more USB Pen drive An empty hard disk drive An other mac or hackintosh A USB mouse My package of tools, including the latest Apple OS X 10.6.8 Combo update Restore and Boot from USB On your mac/hack, go to Disk Utility, find your USB Pen drive, erase it with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled). Then, restore your iAtkos image on your USB pen drive. Next, you need to make your USB drive Bootable. Find Chameleon in the tools Folder, open it and install it on your new Snow Leopard USB pen drive. Installation Boot into BIOS, if available, set the SATA mode to AHCI. If you can't it should work too so don't worry Select your USB Pen Drive and boot on it. Chameleon will appear, select your iAtkos install drive, and type -v to boot in verbose mode. After a moment, the OSX installer should appear. Trackpad will not work so plug in a usb mouse. Select your language and click next. on the top of the screen, find disk utilty, and erase your HDD with GUID Partion Table and Mac Extended Format (journaled) options, and close Disk Utility. Click Next until the installer ask you on which drive you want to install OSX. Do not install it yet, click on Customize. Select the following options : -BOOT ASEREBLN -BOOT OPTIONS 32BITS GRAPHICS ENABLERS ETHERNET BUILTIN USB (all) -PATCHES CREAR EXTRA FAKESMC DISABLER RTC KERNEL ATOM EVOREBOOT SLEEPENABLER UUID -DRIVERS SATA-IDE SATA/AHCI or INTEL SATA/IDE if you didn't enable AHCI in your bios -SOUND VOODOHDA -PS2 VOODOOPS2 or APPLEPS2 -POWERMANAGER VOODOPOWER -LAPTOP HARD BATTERY CARD READER THERMAL ACPI -VGA INTEL EFI STRING GMA950 (all) -WIFI Ralink RT2860 -WIRED ATLANSIC L1E Click OK and install OSX on your HDD. First Boot and update to 10.6.8 Remove your USB stick from your computer, Chameleon should appear, boot your new OSX installation with -v boot flag. Once you've created your account you should be on your desketop. Run the Combo Update installer but do not reboot!! Force Quit out of the installer (hold down the Option key and click and hold over the Installer icon in the Dock. Select Force Quit) and Run the Legacy Kernel installer and then reboot the machine. now you should see that your graphics driver doesn't work anymore. Run Kext Utility and let it repair the permissions and update the cache. when it says "all done" drag and drop all the graphics kext into kext utility, and when it says "all done", reboot your computer. Cross your fingers and reboot your computer. You should now have a fully working EeePC 1000H, with graphics, sound, wifi, USB, bluetooth and Ethernet Working with the lastest Snow Leopard update. You can have the latest security updates on your system with Software Update, it will not damage your installation. Sorry for my bad english, I'm french. Fell free to ask questions if you need, thank you guys
  2. Hi, All. I tried to post this question on another website (which I will leave unnamed), who apparently do not support OS X Leopard anymore. Thank goodness InsanelyMac does! Anyway. I'm trying to build my first hackintosh, and as stated, on boot of the OS X Leopard installer, I hit the following error: Bug: launchctl.c:2325 (23930):30: (dbfd = open(g_job_overrides_db_path, 0_RDONLY | O_EXLOCK | O_CREAT, S_IRUSR | S_IWUSR)) != -1​ (see attached photo. I apologize for low quality image. Best I could get :/) Booting with -s -v doesn't help. I get to the single user BASH shell, type exit as instructed to boot the system, and hit another hang. I assume it is the same error in the background. Booting without -v simply shows the apple logo and the spinning loading circle indefinitely. I am booting on an IBM X41 tablet computer (Screen is dead, however. I have to use VGA.) I am using Chameleon 2.1 r2069, and my boot disk is a USB which was 'restored' on a MacOS Sierra computer to contain the OS X Leopard install DVD, as well as Chameleon. Originally, I attempted with A legacy version of an unnamed bootloader, however hit the following: boot0: GPT boot0: testing boot0: testing boot0: testing boot0: error​ Which lead me to change bootloaders to Chameleon. I had to delete all graphics kexts to get this far, and I have to use a USB keyboard, because the built in one doesn't work past chameleon (I.e. for single user mode). As far as I'm aware, the BIOS is set up correctly, and the HDD is completely empty. The USB I'm booting with is on an MBR partition scheme, as GUID wouldn't work. I also tried the Voodoo patched Kernel. No joy. Finally, I have also attempted the install with OS X Tiger (same method for boot disk). That OS only manages to get as far as Darwin, before crashing. Specs aren't pretty, but should be able to run Tiger and / or Leopard just fine: Intel Pentium M LV 758 @ 1.2GHz 512MB DDR2 Ram 1.8" 60GB HDD @ 4200RPM Intel PRO 2200BG WiFi​ Unlike the reply on the other unnamed website suggests, I know that WiFi and Graphics are both compatible if you poke around enough, because of the following YouTube video, however my VGA prediciment could break the graphics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDlgwnedQ6Y Hopefully someone can help with my ancient OS install :/ Hopes aren't high, but anyway. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hello. After i have succesfully installed Snow Leopard on my HP computer with a AMD Athlon 64 x2, It brings up a kernel panic everytime it loads. I have a Nvidia Geforce 210 1 GB graphics card. I can boot it in Safe Mode but it is super slow to add. Please help...
  4. Here is My MacMod of the Month, I started working on installing Snow Leopard On my unsupported Macbook Air 11' Mid 2011 which came with Lion and cant install Snow Leopard Normally. If you want Instructions Just ask and ill make them..... -Note the Kernal Panics are fixed i just included them to show progress ....
  5. Knowing all the Intel Core 2 Duo and similar are getting cheaper by the second and I need a media system I thought I would love have a Snow Leopard capable Hackintosh. I would love to have a 2.5 or more GHz processor if possible I just cant find any compatible components avaliable to buy online.. Most of the links are dead, or the product is unavaliable I need some guidance and advice... I am on a budget so older hardware would be my chance. I already have a big case ready, so I need the parts....I have 3 Hackintosh laptops but no desktop... Could you direct me to some web where I can buy older hardware for Hackintosh? Preferably Snow Leopard capable build with Wifi and Bluetooth Thanks kindly
  6. Realtek ALC650 kext help

    Hi Forum, Does anybody know where I might find a kext that works with the Reatek ALC650 or does anybody know how I can patch my AppleHDA to work with this? My Compaq Presario SR1401NX has iPC OS X 10.5.6 installed,1GB DDR SDRAM with 2.66GHz Intel Celeron D with graphics Intel 82845G Extreme Graphics 64MB (shared memory) works OK (no kext to install) but my sound doesnt work. I tried installing the AC'97 Codec from the customize menu on install but that did not work either . Please help.
  7. Hi, I hope I'm posting this in the right forum. (I'm a noob when it comes to things like this) I'm a bit new when it comes to Hackintosh, but I'm really stumped about this. I recently got Kalyway 10.5.2 to run on my old Asus M6800n notebook as that was the only version of Leopard I could get working. The setup didn't include the right kexts for my graphics card (ATI Mobility Radeon 9600) so I left them uncheck. Rest of the setup went fine, just had to install some missing Network and Sound kexts. When that was all done I edited the com.Boot.Apple.plist so that it wouldn't be stuck in 1024x768, which worked. But now I'm having this problem. The screen that is actuall on the notebook shows everything fine. However, the external Acer VGA monitor I have hooked up to the notebook has it's edges cut off. You can see these in the pictures attached. This is the screen of the Asus M6800n. As you can see every thing is on screen. This is the Acer VGA Monitor. As you can see the top and sides are cut off and not visible. I've looked through many forum posts, done tons of searches and all of the methods I found don't seem to work. One that involves modifying a Callisto kext seemed like it might work, and I would have tried it but it seems that the Callisto website is dead. I'd really like to use this monitor as the hinges on the notebook screen are partially broken. So, in short the apple menu bar and sides of the screen are being cut off on my external monitor but not my notebook's screen. If anyone knows why this is happening or what I can do to fix it please let me know. Thanks
  8. Hello all. I am new to these forums and Hackintoshes in general. I successfully installed OS X Snow Leopard using an official Snow Leopard install DVD I own and some other booting tools. I suppose I don't have an official Hackintosh in the sense that I run OS X from as a guest machine. If it helps, I use Oracle's VirtualBox. The VM runs perfectly fine. I used a combined update to update from the first version of Snow Leopard (available on the install disk) to the last/latest version of Snow Leopard. So, with that being said, is it possible to update the operating system while my guest is running without having to change things around? I'd ideally like to be running OS X Yosemite. The Yosemite OS update is available from the App Store for free right now, but I'm a little hesitant to run it at the moment. I was reading somewhere that you should only update your Hackintosh with combined updates from Apple. Any truth to this? I sincerely apologize for my ignorance. As you can tell, I'm still learning. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  9. I know there is no QE/CI currently available, but, just i want to know, which OS X hackintosh version runs little smooth in GMA x4500? I KNOW ITS INSANE QUESTION BUT PLEASE TELL SOMEONE! MOBO : Asrock g41m-vs3-r2.0 RAM : 2GB DDR3 CPU : DUAL CPU 2.7ghz And yeah! please also tell me how to install that!
  10. Olá, Instalei hoje no meu notebook Itautec W7415 o hackintosh iAtkos Snow Leopard. Na instalação funcionava o teclado do meu noteboook e o touchpad, mas quando iniciou o sistema, esses componentes pararam de funcionar e agora só funciona mouse e teclado, ambos USB. Outro problema é que meu notebook tem placa de rede Realtek RLT8191SE, que não possui driver para o hackintosh. Não acho drivers para essa placa de rede*, só drivers de outros modelos... Alguém poderia me dar alguma salvação para rede, teclado e mouse? Grato, Pedro HSB ==== * Não acho uma boa solução comprar um wifi dongle, até porque eu tenho o Windows 8.1, então se precisar comprar alguma coisa, formato a partição do hackintosh e fico com Windows mesmo...
  11. nVidia GeForce 8400GS - weird errors.

    Hi, I have an nVidia Geforce 8400GS in my Hackintosh. It works perfectly OOB (resolution, QE, CI) on 10.6, 10.6.3, and even up to 10.6.7 iirc. However on updating to 10.6.8 there is no display output when it should be on the desktop. Also I would really like to run lion (10.7.5) but this is what I get when i run the installer (with graphicsenabler=Yes) If I run it with GraphicsEnabler=No then there is no output when it should be on the installer The other specs are: ECS P4M900T-M2 with Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz 2GB RAM 160GB Hard Drive Mouse Keyboard (fake but works great) 'Apple' USB Ethernet Adapter USB Sound Card (works oob) Thanks P.S. I know the specs are pretty bad, I just want to do this for a test. P.P.S. i should have said, I installed with myHack.
  12. osx in toshiba nb100/250

    Hello, I'm new in the forum but i was looking it for years. I installed some versions on hackintosh in diferent computers and it goes great! The thing is that i have the summer holidays and i have a lot of free time and i there's something that i wanted to do since last year. Do a hackintosh in my netbook. I have two netbooks: The nb100 and the nb250. The 100 is running xp and the 250 windows 7. I don't want a dualboot, just osx, doesn't matter the version but at least up from 10.5, because i use the computer for djing, music production and also y record my guitar and something more. I know that is a little machine and i can't do super project but it's something for learning and for make fun. In conclussion, now a days wich of them has more compatibility: nb250 or nb100? It's important the audio outputs work and the wifi is a thing that i know that i will have to change. P.D: I have and external usb dvd burner So, thank you and please some help will be great
  13. Hi I have got an iBook G4 12" 1.2GHz 1.25g ram and I want it to run better , I'm running the leopard operating system and it is quite slow for me. So I have thought about going back to tiger (i have never used tiger, my main hackintosh is on maverick and i have bought this ibook last week ) , is it a good idea ? , I want to use Ilife 08+movie 06 I work 06 , Office 2008 , Mactube , and a good internet browser . Also I have thinked about Overclocking it but I can't find anything aboutOverclocking my particular model so if you have something for me Iwill take it
  14. Hey everybody. I know im pretty far behind in development but....i was wondering if there were any guru's that could help me out. My Netbook: Compaq 110c-1100CA intel N270 @1.6 2GB ram 300GbHDD Intel 945g graphics broadcom wifi I have installed the iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 and a couple of kext's that i found to work nicely with my machine. everything is set up but the ethernet (don't really care about that). Long story short i tried to install this and that app/program, nothing worked, told me i had to update... so i clicked on the apple at the top left, clicked software update hoping for the best. things downloaded, it said it was installing, about 2/3 done it crashes with alot of text in the background and i think with a semi grayed out circle, telling me i have to restart my computer. My question is... 1. Can i just buy a intel copy of osx, put it in my ext-dvd and install, then load in the kexts? 2. what happened with the grey circle telling me to restart, kernal panic? 2b. if it wasn't a kernal panic, what is a kernal panic? 3. if i can update my current config, what would be my best plan of action, removing kexts, and updating? or fresh install + update then install kexts. Tl:dr i feel like im using a windows 98 machine help! Also, if there is anyone out there that needs help with this specific laptop model ill be sure to try and help you out as much as i can. hopefully i can create a guide for this specific model.
  15. Hi all, I've recently installed Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.8 on Toshiba Tecra A8. After installation I got not working audio, touchpad, keyboard and not fully recognized video. Could anyone please recommend me kexts which are suitable for this hardware and OS?
  16. Hallo zusammen, ich besitze eine Dell Precision M 70 mit Pentium M Dothan 2,13 Ghz 533 Mhz FSB Mainboard: Chipsatz Intel 915 PM mit 2 Gig Ram Graphik: NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1400 mit 512 MB Audio: Sigmatel 9751 Broadcom NetXtreme 57XX Gigabit Lan (funktioniert nicht unter OsX, Ip Adresse 0.0.0.0) Und einen Broadcom Bcm DWI 1450 Wireless Adapter, anstelle des originalen Intel Wireless 2200BG Adapter, da mit letzterem kein Internetzugang möglich war. Einzige Einschränkung beim Broadcom 1450 ist, daß er kann nur eine Wep Verschlüßelung kann. Es läuft ein OsX 10.5.2, das habe ich damals (vor ca 5 Jahren) von einem Bekannten via USB Platte und CarbonCopyCloner bekommen. Eine Kalyway 10.5.2 Installation hängt nach 1 min am BCM5751E Ethernet : „ 1659 setPowerLevels – returning early have a 5721onoff=, fPciDeviceceld= “ Eine iAtkos 10.5.5 DVD installiert zwar ein Leopard, hängt sich dann aber beim Booten mit Kernel panic auf. Abgesegnet haben wir die Platte damals im Terminal mittels eines bootefi Ordner aus dem Netz in welchem alle relevanten Dateien/Ordner – usr – standalone – i386 – mit den Dateien boot, boot0, boot_V8, boot1h, boot1u, bootefi, cdboot, chain0 und den Ordnern guid und mbr enthalten waren und folgender Anleitung: - Easy installation --- For Single-Booting systems --- Copy the folder "bootefi" and all included files/folders to the root directory of either a USB Thumb drive, or a USB hard drive, click on the Utilities menu and select "Terminal". Then enter the following commands: sudo -s (then enter your root password) cd /Volumes/usbvolname/bootefi where usbvolname is the volume name of the USB Thumb drive, USB hard drive, or second internal drive where the "bootefi" folder was copied to. ./bootefi.sh installvolumename where installvolumename is the volume name of the drive that OSX was installed to. The installvolumename should be surrounded by double quotes. Example: ./bootefi.sh "MacHD" or ./bootefi.sh "Macintosh HD" Hab nach langer Abstinenz die M 70 wieder rausgekramt, jetzt macht aber meine Hd Probleme … schwebende Sektoren etc., deshalb habe ich das laufende 10.5.2 via CCC auf eine neue Festplatte geklont. Leider funktioniert obige Methode zum absegnen nicht mehr, sprich Platte bleibt beim blinkenden Cursor stehen L Da aber auch iTunes Version 7, Firefox Version 2 und Safari Version 3.1nicht mehr up to date sind, ich z.B. keine E-mails etc. mehr abrufen kann und eine Aktualisierung nicht mehr möglich ist, neuere dmg wie Safari 5 oder 4, Firefox10.5.2 oder iTunes 10.7 sich auch nicht mehr installieren lassen, würde ich jetzt am liebsten auf was Neueres umsteigen, vielleicht ne Snow Leopard 10.6.8 oder wenn möglich noch neuer, Lion oder Mountain Lion. Hat das schon mal jemand auf ner ollen M 70 hingekriegt? Was muß ich da beachten? Hat jemand ne Anleitung für mich? lg
  17. Hello everyone. I'm taking on the daunting task of writing a PPC kernel for Snow Leopard. I would like to write one for Mavericks in the future, but I think that in terms of compatibility, SL is a better starting point. I hope to support 32 bit and 64 bit PPC CPUs, but I'll probably start with 32 bit. I'm not making any guarentees that this will run without bugs or that I will finish it, but if I manage to get a PPC mac booting in 10.6.x even only in single user mode, I'll release it somewhere to have help. I'm aware that I also need to write kexts for this as well. I decided to post here because Tonymacx86 would give me the boot for talking about PPC and 10.5. Anyway, I'll keep this thread updated if I get anywhere. For those curious as to where I'm starting, here are my very basic starting plans: 1. Buy a chargers for the millions of iBook's I have lying around or buy a Powermac G5 2. Explore the 10.5.8 kernel 3. Explore the 10.5.8 kexts 4. Copy compatible kexts from 10.5 to 10.6 5. See what happens 6. Explore issues and fix kernel 7. Test a ton of stuff 8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 millions of times Anyway, those are my plans. BTW, I'm no n00b at this type of stuff. I'm very farmiliar with hackintoshing and writing kexts and the like. That's not to say this is gonna be easy. School is busy, so IDK when Imma work on this. I already have machines running Mavericks, and have the install discs for 10.5. I also have an Intel MBP capable of running 10.5 (IDK why I'd really need it for this) and an f load of iBooks. I'll probably find a PowerMac G5 for really cheap or for free. Wish me luck! Cheers, JellyT0ast (Yeah ignore my real U/N lol) P.S.: If you are interested in helping, let me know EDIT: I'm aware I might need to use an alternate bootloader other than the built in EFI. If I need to, I'll use either Chameleon or Clover.
  18. Inception After my experience with iAtkos s3 v2 and Acer Aspire One D150 i decided to write a guide can help someone. Hardware Config: This is the hardware configuration of my Acer Aspire One D150-1Bb. It's very important check the components. CPU: Intel Atom N270 @ 1,6Ghz 32-bit RAM: Corsair 2Gb Video: Display Intel 945GSE Wireless: Broadcom4312 Ethernet: Atheros AR8121 Whats is necessary 1. USB Pen 8Gb 2. Ethernet Network 3. An other Hackintosh o Mac 4. Many patience. Pre-Install: Boot from USB After you download the iAtkos s3 v2 (Snow Leopard 10.6.3) ISO you can restore it on USB at least 8Gb. You can do it with another Mac or Hackintosh, or if you have external DvD reader, you can create a DvD to boot. Restore the ISO of iAtkos with Utility Disk and then you must install the bootloader. The only one that works for me it was Chameleon v2 RC4. Pay attention where you install the bootloader! Chameleon 2.0 RC4.zip After that the iAtkos is ready to install. Installation The BIOS Put the USB before start the PC. On Start push F2 to access to BIOS where we need to set the Hard Disk in SATA Mode. So, from "Information" tab slide to "Main" tab and scroll down to "SATA Mode". Set it on "AHCI". After that slide to "Boot" tab and scroll down to USB HDD, pushing F6 take the usb on the first place. Now save all with F10 and Yes. The USB will boot. The Installer I don't write flag on boot for the installation, if you have some problems you can try with verbose (-v). During the installation the trackpad will not work, but the keyboard yes, so you can use a USB Mouse (mine is a wireless mouse, so i suppose they works). With Utility Disk create the partition e go on with the installation. When you select the partition where you want install iAtkos, go on Customization (button on bottom left - I'm Italian, so my label is different). You need to install: Bootloader: Chameleon v2 RC4 (the others bootloader gives to me only problems) Bootloader Options: GraphicsEnabler, USBFix Patches: /Extra directory, fakesmc, Disabler, RTC, Modified Kernels -> Intel Atom, USB, UUID Main Hardware: SATA/IDE: AHCI SATA, Intel SATA/IDE Audio: Voodoo Audio PS/2: Voodoo PS/2 CPU Power Management: select all Laptop Hardware: Battery, Card Reader, TSC Sync VGA: Intel (select the first three voice) Network: Wireless: don't select anything. Bcm4312 card gives to me some problem during the first boot, so we will install it after. Wired: Atheros (Select all) Now you can install iAtkos s3 v2. Post-Install: il primo avvio Try one first boot without flag on boot, if you can't start try with these: -v -f npci=0x2000 arch=i386 cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No(o Yes) Follow the first boot and the configuration of your account and now download all necessary files for setting up the aspire one, because after that you can have some USB problems. Now reboot. Because the CPU is an Intel Atom we need to use a modified kernel. You can find here ( here the original post) the atom kernel of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 . More or less i followed the post step by step, skipping some step about SL 10.6.7. IT'S VERY IMPORTANT do a backup of the kext IOUSBFamily.kext e IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext that are necessary to work the USB after the update, that replaces this files. What you have to do: 1. Download and unzip the kernel on Desktop 2. Start Terminal.app and write this sudo -s mv ~/Desktop/mach_kernel_atom / cd ~/Desktop mkdir backup cd /S*/L*/E* cp -R AppleHDA.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBFamily.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ Now you can start the update ONLY FROM COMBO UPDATE (you can find here). IT'S VERY IMPORTANT that, when update finish: NOT reboot. 3. Back on Terminal and write cd /S*/L*/E* rm -Rf AppleIntelGMA950.kext rm -Rf AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext rm -Rf AppleHDA.kext cp -R ~/Desktop/backup/* ./ 4. Delete SleepEnabler.kext On my installation the "Extra" folder was hidden, so with ShowHiddenFiles.app you need to show it. ShowHiddenFiles.zip Delete SleepEnabler.kext from /Extra/Extensions*. *(If you don't find SleepEnabler.kext on /Extra/Extensions search it on /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions) What you need to do if you forget to delete SleepEnabler.kext 5. Restore USB kext We put "backups" folder on S/L/E (/System/Library/Extensions) folder so copy IOUSBFamily.kext and IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext and paste it on /S/L/E. If you not have a backup there is mine: USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Repair permissions with KextUtility. 6. Edit kernel on boot.plist On my Extra folder i don't have any org.chameleon.boot.plist, so i edit com.apple.boot.plist on /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration. Copy the file and past it on Desktop, then open it with TextEdit.app, changing: <key>Kernel</key> <string>custom</string> to <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel_atom</string> PAY ATTENTION about you write. For a wrong word the system doesn't boot Check that the value <key>USBBusFix</key> <string>Yes</string> is in the file. Now save and copy com.apple.boot.plist in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration replacing the older. [if you want you can copy it also on /Extra] If you want: You can create org.chameleon.boot.plist copying the text of com.apple.boot.plist and you can create the smbios.plist file with Chameleon Wizard to put it on /Extra. 6. Now you can reboot. First boot after Update to 10.6.8 Now we not have any VGA driver, so: 1. from the backup folder restore the AppleHDA.kext on /System/Library/Extensions. 2. unzip the VGA drivers: 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip and put all files on /S/L/E/. 3. Repair the permissions with KextUtility.app 4. Reboot. Wireless 1. From SLE copy IONetworkingFamily.kext and past it on Desktop. 2. Now put it on /Extra/Extensions. (Don't skip the copy on Desktop or you can have permissions problem) 3. Unzip the driver Broadcom Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip and put it on /Extra/Extensions 4. Repair permissions 5. Reboot Issues Trackpad: After the repair of USB and reboot the trackpad doesn't works, so i fixed it with this pkg VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip USB recognized by System Information but not mounted: You need to restore IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext (at the end of topic) and IOUSBFamily.kext, both of kext. At the time all seems works! Credits A special thanks to carbo178, which helped me to solve all the problems after installation and without whom I would have (most likely) trashed my netbook Files Chameleon 2.0 RC4.zip ShowHiddenFiles.zip USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Kernel Atom qui (Original post qui) 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip
  19. Premessa Dopo le mie peripezie con la iAtkos s3 v2 e l'Acer Aspire One D150, ho deciso di scrivere una guida che può aiutare qualcuno. Configurazione Hardware: Questa è la configurazione del mio Aspire One D150-1Bb. E' molto importante controllare le schede, soprattutto quelle di rete che hanno dato qualche rogna. CPU: Intel Atom N270 @ 1,6Ghz 32-bit RAM: Corsair 2Gb Video: Display Intel 945GSE Wireless: Broadcom4312 Ethernet: Atheros AR8121 Cosa è necessario 1. Penna USB 8Gb 2. Connessione Ethernet 3. Un altro Hackintosh o Mac 4. Tanta pazienza. Pre-Install: "Supporto d'installazione" Scaricata la iso di iAtkos s3 v2 (Snow Leopard 10.6.3) si può restorare su una USB di almeno 8Gb. Dato che il NB non è dotato di lettore DvD e non tutti sono provvisti di lettore esterno, si può benissimo fare uso di una pen drive, sempre che abbiate a disposizione un Mac o un altro Hackintosh. Avviare Utility Disco ed inserire la USB e selezionare la Pen Drive. Poi passare su "Partiziona". Assicurarsi che sia selezionata "1 Partizione" nello schema e che tra le "Opzioni" lo schema sia "Tabella partizione GUID". Adesso può essere nominata "Installer", è importante che il formato sia "Mac OS esteso (journaled)" e si può andare avanti con "Applica" (l'operazione cancella il contenuto di tutta la Pen Drive, quindi occhio a non lasciare documenti importanti!). Una volta terminato potete montare l'ISO della iAtkos che apparirà nella lista di Utility Disco, cliccate su iATKOS S3 versione 2 (quello con il logo della mela) e poi su "Ripristina", così da spuntare su "Sorgente" iATKOS S3 version 2". Cliccate su "Installer" (la pen drive) e trascinatela su "Destinazione" di "Ripristina" e poi potete cliccare su "Ripristina". Richiesta la password, si avvierà la procedura che durerà un po'. A me ci sono voluti circa 40 minuti. Attendete che la iso sia ripristinata e poi dall'Utility Disco espellete la ISO della iAtkos, per non fare confusione con la penna usb. Adesso va installato il bootloader. L'unico che ho trovato funzionante è il Chameleon v2 RC4. Chameleon 2.0 RC4.pkg.zip Prestate molto attenzione a dove state installando il Chameleon. Deve essere nella USB, che ora si chiama iATKOS S3 versione 2. Adesso la USB di installazione è pronta per l'utilizzo. Installazione Il BIOS Inserite la USB prima di accendere il PC. Una volta fatto potete dare corrente alla macchina ed entrare nel BIOS premendo F2. Dobbiamo settare i dischi in modalità AHCI (se già non lo sono) e dare priorità di boot alla USB. Quindi da "Information" scorrere su "Main" e scendere fino a "SATA Mode" e impostando "AHCI". Poi si va su "Boot" e si scende fino a USB HDD, premendo F6 si porta in prima posizione, sopra tutte le altre voci. A questo punto premere F10 e poi Yes. Si avvierà da sola la USB. L'Installer Io non ho dato alcuna particolare flag al boot, se avete problemi potete tentare con un banale -v. Durante la procedura d'installazione il Touchpad del netbook non funzionerà, invece la tastiera sì. Per ovviare al problema, vi è sufficiente un mouse USB e viene tranquillamente riconosciuto (non so se tutti i wireless vanno bene, ma io ho effettuato la procedura con un mouse Wireless). Formattate l'Hard Disk da Tools -> Utility Disco (ovviamente in Mac OS esteso journaled). Fatto ciò potete andare avanti. Accettate le condizioni d'uso e fermatevi dove vi è la scelta delle partizioni. Selezionate il vostro disco e poi andate su personalizza per installare i driver necessari. Dovete spuntare quelli che elenco qui (raggruppati come sono nell'installer) Bootloader: Chameleon v2 RC4 (tutti gli altri bootloader mi hanno dato problemi Bootloader Options: GraphicsEnabler, USBFix Patches: /Extra directory, fakesmc, Disabler, RTC, Modified Kernels -> Intel Atom, USB, UUID Main Hardware: SATA/IDE: AHCI SATA, Intel SATA/IDE Audio: Voodoo Audio PS/2: Voodoo PS/2 CPU Power Management: selezionare tutto Laptop Hardware: Battery, Card Reader, TSC Sync VGA: Intel (Selezionare tutto) Network: Wireless: non selezionare nulla. La scheda bcm4312 mi ha dato tanti problemi durante l'installazione. Il kext verrà installato successivamente. Wired: Atheros (selezionare tutto) A questo punto si può procedere con l'installazione. Post-Install: il primo avvio Dopo l'installazione il PC si riavvierà da solo. Rimuovete la USB, in modo che parta come disco d'avvio l'HD interno. Tentate un primo avvio senza alcuna flag (in alcuni casi non mi ci è voluta). Nel caso non parta provate a flaggare così -v -f npci=0x2000 arch=i386 cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No(o Yes) Effettuato il primo avvio, poi vi sarà la configurazione guidata. Scaricate tutti i file necessari adesso, perché più avanti non avrete accesso alle USB. Fatto tutto, riavviate il PC per fare l'aggiornamento. Essendo un Intel Atom, si deve utilizzare il kernel modificato. Quello della versione 10.6.8 lo trovate qui (link all'articolo originale qui). Per lo più ho seguito quello che dice l'articolo, tuttavia ho saltato alcuni passaggi che premettevano il PC aggiornato a 10.6.7. E' MOLTO IMPORTANTE fare un backup dei kext IOUSBFamily.kext e IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext che sono necessari per far funzionare le USB dopo l'aggiornamento. Ecco cosa si deve fare: 1. Scaricare ed estrarre il kernel sul Desktop 2. Avviare Terminale.app e digitare come segue sudo -s mv ~/Desktop/mach_kernel_atom / cd ~/Desktop mkdir backup cd /S*/L*/E* cp -R AppleHDA.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ cp -R IOUSBFamily.kext ~/Desktop/backup/ Adesso potete avviare l'aggiornamento, SOLO da combo update e non da "Aggiornamento Software". Lo potete trovare qui. E' IMPORTANTE che concluso l'aggiornamento NON riavviate!! 3. Tornare su Terminale.app e digitare come segue cd /S*/L*/E* rm -Rf AppleIntelGMA950.kext rm -Rf AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext rm -Rf AppleHDA.kext cp -R ~/Desktop/backup/* ./ 4. Eliminare SleepEnabler.kext Sulla mia installazione, la cartella "Extra" era nascosta, quindi con ShowHiddenFiles.app bisogna renderla visibile. ShowHiddenFiles.app.zip Dunque spostarsi su /Extra/Extensions *, da lì cancellare SleepEnabler.kext. *(Se non trovate SleepEnabler.kext in /Extra/Extensions allora lo trovate in /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions) Se dimendicate di rimuovere SleepEnabler.kext ecco cosa fare 5. Ripristinare i kext USB All'interno di S/L/E (/Sistema/Libreria/Extensions) abbiamo spostato la cartella backup, quindi, da questa copiate e incollate i kext IOUSBFamily.kext e IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext proprio in /S/L/E. Se non avete fatto il backup metto qui i miei kext: USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Riparate i permessi con KextUtility. 6. Modificare il kernel al boot. Nella cartella Extra non avevo alcun file org.chameleon.boot.plist, quindi ho fatto riferimento al file com.apple.boot.plist che trovate in /Libreria/Preferences/SystemConfiguration. Copiate il file e incollatelo sulla Scrivania, poi apritelo con TextEdit.app e modificate quando segue: <key>Kernel</key> <string>custom</string> deve diventare <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel_atom</string> ATTENZIONE a cosa scrivete. Per una lettera di troppo a me non partiva Inoltre accertatevi che vi sia il valore <key>USBBusFix</key> <string>Yes</string> Adesso salvate e copiate il file com.apple.boot.plist in /Libreria/Preferences/SystemConfiguration, fornendo la password quando richiesta e sostituendo quello precedente. [se volete potete anche copiarlo sia in /Libreria/Preferences/SystemConfiguration che /Extra] FACOLTATIVO: Potete creare anche il file org.chameleon.boot.plist semplicemente copiando il contenuto di com.apple.boot.plist e con Chameleon Wizard potete creare il file smbios.plist da mettere in /Extra. 6. Adesso potete riavviare il sistema. Avvio dopo Update a 10.6.8 Adesso non abbiamo driver VGA installati. Quindi: 1. dal backup fatto prima riportate AppleHDA.kext in /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions. 2. Spacchettate lo zip con i driver VGA: 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip e mettete il suo contenuto in /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions. 3. Riparate i permessi con KextUtility.app 4. Riavviare. Wireless 1. Dalla cartella /Sistema/Libreria/Extensions copiate IONetworkingFamily.kext e incollatelo sulla Scrivania. 2. Dopo trascinatelo in /Extra/Extensions. (Non fate il passaggio diretto da S/L/E a /E/E che può dare problemi di permessi, prima copiate sulla scrivania) 3. Spacchettate lo zip con il driver broadcom Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip e trascinatelo sempre in /Extra/Extensions 4. Riparate i permessi 5. Riavviare Problemi di vario tipo Trackpad: Mi è capitato che dopo aver installato o ripristinato le USB non mi veniva più riconosciuto il trackpad, quindi ho reinstallato VoodooPS2 con questo pkg VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip USB riconosciute sulle informazioni di sistema ma non montate: dovete ripristinare anche il kext IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext (lo trovate a fondo topic) oltre a IOUSBFamily.kext Al momento funziona tutto. Ringraziamenti Un doverosissimo ringraziamento va a carbo178, il quale mi ha aiutata a risolvere tutti i problemi post installazione e senza il quale avrei (molto probabilmente) cestinato il mio netbook File utilizzati in elenco Chameleon 2.0 RC4.pkg.zip ShowHiddenFiles.app.zip USB Fix 10.6.8.zip Kernel Atom qui (Articolo originale qui) 3438-GMA950 for 10.zip Broadcom43XXFamily.kext.zip VoodooPS2Controller.pkg.zip
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  23. Hallo, liebe Hackintosh Freunde, Ich habe letzte Nacht erstmals erfolgreich ein OS X auf meinem Läptop installiert. Bei der Distri handelt es sich um ein iDeneb 1.5.1. Zusätzliche Kexts: - ICHx Fix - FireWire remove Kernel: VooDoo für Intel SSE2 Grafiktreiber: Intel 915GM (wie für Windows) Was mich irritiert ist, das der Systemprofiler einen BSD und einen Mach Kernel, aber nicht den Voodoo anzeigt. Eigendliches Thema: Grafik: Generell funktioniert der Treiber, die Auflösung ist 1a, und wenn nicht gerade der Flurry Bildschirmschoner verlangt wird, werden Animationen auch fast immer ruckelfrei ausgeführt. (minimieren etc.) ABER: Ich muss einen externen Bildschirm angesteckt haben und im sicheren Modus starten, sonst wird alles nichts: -> Ohne angeschlossenen Bildschirm, mit [-x]: Blaues Bild -> Ohne BS ohne [-x]: Blaues Bild -> Mit BS ohne [-x]: Pixelsuppe, in langen Abständen manchmal kurzes aufleuchten in Blau Interessant: Wenn ich den Bildschirm bei laufendem System abklemme, läuft alles wie es soll, einfach weiter. Netzwerk: Bei meinem ersten Erfolg diese Nacht, hatte ich den Broadcom 43xx Wireless Treiber gleich mit installiert. Ging einfach perfekt. Heute morgen, hatte ich davon allerdings abgelassen, habs schlicht vergessen. Habe den Kext über den Kext Helper - per USB - Stick (funktioniert auch, yea!) nachgerüstet, allerdings wird dieser scheinbar selbst nach Neustart nicht geladen... Akku: Ich hätte gerne ein Akku Symbol, wie kann man dem Abhilfe verschaffen? Für andere, die überlegen, ihrem Inspiron sowas anzutun: USB läuft, Sleep - Mode klappt, Performance 1a, Sound kann ich nicht testen, Soundkarte ist kaputt, WLAN funktioniert wenn geladen 1a, Coverflow etc. keinerlei Probleme. fühle mich nicht weiter eingeschränkt. Genauere Informationen zum Notebook: Dell Inspiron 1300 1,5GHz Celeron M Prozessor 2GB RAM sonstiges: Ich hatte den Kleinen gestern über die Update-Verwaltung auf v10.5.8 upgraden lassen, danach hatte ich Kernelpanic - mein Prozessor würde nicht untersützt. Daher habe ich heute auch neu aufgesetzt. Kann ich nur über iDeneb Distros upgraden, oder wie oder was? Ich habe ein iDeneb 10.5.8 Delta Update gefunden, wie gehe ich damit um? Ist das sinnvoll? liebe Grüße, Viva La Vida
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