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AMD64 10.45 VMWare to Native dualboot in ten easy steps

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First a big thank you to all the other forum members sharing their knowledge!

 

 

Native Installation Guide for 10.45 Myzar Image on AMD64 3200 Venice

 

Dual Boot, 2 Hard Drives

 

Hardware: Gigabyte NForce3 250GB Mainboard

2x IDE hard drive

ATI Radeon 9250

CRT Monitor

PS/2 Mouse and Keyboard

 

This guide is to help those with the above mentioned hardware. The goal

is to get the maximum functionality out of the setup.

 

Needed Software:

VMWare Workstation 5.5 (used 5.5.1 build-19175)

http://www.vmware.com/

 

BIOS-Tool to change extracted graphic card BIOS

http://www.radeon2.ru/radedit_eng.html

 

ATI WinFlash Tool to extract BIOS from graphic card

http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?ac...ype=post&id=564

 

WindowsXP, Text Editor (i.e. Ultra Edit or similar)

 

Daemon Tools

http://www.daemon-tools.cc

 

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Step 1: Open VMWare and create a new virtual machine

 

New-->Virtual Machine-->Custom-->New Workstation 5-->Other-->"Other"

Number of processors One--> (Assign some memory: I used 512)-->No network connection

SCSI Adapter "bus logic"-->use physical disk.

 

Assuming that your hard drive with WindowsXP is "C:" with the second hard drive

being for OSX, you should choose PhysicalDrive1 from the menu.

 

Choose "use entire disk"--> save (for example tiger1045.vmdk)

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Step 2: In VMWare click on "Edit virtual machine settings"-->"hard disk"-->

Advanced-->Mode Independent and persistent.

 

In my setup there should be "IDE 0:0 Hard Disk 1" under Virtual device node

 

This tells VMWare to install OSX on the physical hard drive

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Step 3: Open Daemon Tools and mount the OSX Image

in my case this was MacOSX_10.4.4DVDPATCHED_Myz.iso

 

Now you need to tell VMWare which virtual CD-Rom drive you want to use. In

my case this was "E:". The Virtual Machine Settings should read CD-ROM (IDE 1:0) Using drive E:

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Step 4: (Optional) Open the VMWare Configuration File with a text editor.

Check to see if you file is similar to this one:

 

 

############# START OF CONFIG ##############

 

config.version = "8"

virtualHW.version = "4"

scsi0.present = "TRUE"

memsize = "512"

MemAllowAutoScaleDown = "FALSE"

scsi0:0.present = "FALSE"

scsi0:0.fileName = "tiger45.vmdk"

scsi0:0.deviceType = "rawDisk"

ide1:0.present = "TRUE"

ide1:0.fileName = "E:"

ide1:0.deviceType = "cdrom-raw"

floppy0.present = "FALSE"

sound.present = "TRUE"

sound.virtualDev = "es1371"

sound.fileName = "-1"

sound.autodetect = "TRUE"

displayName = "tiger45"

guestOS = "other"

nvram = "Other.nvram"

 

scsi0:0.mode = "independent-persistent"

workingDir = "."

 

scsi0:0.redo = ""

uuid.location = "56 4d 00 e7 e4 b9 05 c6-3d 8a 81 20 dd 78 fb 05"

uuid.bios = "56 4d 00 e7 e4 b9 05 c6-3d 8a 81 20 dd 78 fb 05"

 

scsi0:1.present = "FALSE"

scsi0:1.fileName = "tiger45phy.vmdk"

scsi0:1.mode = "independent-persistent"

scsi0:1.deviceType = "rawDisk"

 

scsi0:1.redo = ""

 

ide0:0.present = "TRUE"

ide0:0.fileName = "Other (2).vmdk"

ide0:0.mode = "independent-persistent"

ide0:0.deviceType = "rawDisk"

 

ide0:0.redo = ""

 

ide0:1.present = "FALSE"

ide0:1.fileName = "Other.vmdk"

ide0:1.mode = "independent-persistent"

ide0:1.deviceType = "rawDisk"

 

ide0:1.redo = ""

 

ethernet0.present = "TRUE"

ethernet0.connectionType = "bridged"

 

ethernet0.addressType = "generated"

ethernet0.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:78:fb:05"

ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = "0"

 

############### END OF CONFIG ###################

 

Under guestOS you could write "darwin", but it is left out here on purpose

as I could tell no difference with or without.

 

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Step 5: Boot the new configuration with VMWare. As soon as the screen turns black, press Esc

quickly. Now you should see a small menu. Choose "Boot from CD-Rom"

 

The MacOSX Installer should start. You will notice that there is no hard drive listed to

install anything on. Look at the top of the screen and choose the

disk utility program. The Disk Utility will prepare your second hard drive

for OSX by installing the correct file system and starting points.

 

Warning: All your information on the second hard drive will be lost!

 

Once you have formated/configured the second hard drive, click

"back" on the installer and then "forwards". Your hard drive should be listed now.

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Step 6: Install OSX

 

This is pretty much all automatic. At the end, there are screens where you can register.

Close these windows with ALT + Q.

 

Now OSX is installed on the second drive and you can at any time open it with VMWare.

The problem is this is too slow since everything is being emulated.

 

What we need to do now is tell our system to create a bootloader menu.

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Step 7: With the OSX image still mounted on E:, open the image

in WindowsXP and copy the file: chain0 to your WindowsXP root directory (C:\)

 

Now we need to tell our PC to give us a bootloader menu. Do this by opening the

file boot.ini with a text editor, going to the last line and adding:

 

C:\chain0="Mac OS X"

 

Save the boot.ini file.

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Step 8: Now that OSX is installed and we can dual boot, we want to tell our

system to fix the refresh problem with ATI cards and CRT Monitors. You can do this now

to save yourself some time.

 

Open the ATI WinFlash tool and dump your BIOS, save the file (for example as "oldbios")

 

Open the BIOS-Tool and change the values for refresh and resolution to whatever you

want. Export the BIOS and save as "newbios" (or newbios.rom)

 

Close ATI WinFlash tool, reopen and import the new bios and click on update bios/install bios

 

***Note: for some people the WinFlash tool only lets you import the new bios if you reboot first.

This happened to me 4 out of 7 times. I'm not sure why.

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Step 9: We have installed OSX, made it dual boot and have fixed the refresh problem.

Now we need to fix the problem with the PS/2 mouse and keyboard.

 

REBOOT your machine. At this point I'm going to assume it's the first time since completing steps 1-8

 

Press delete or F2 to get into your mainboard BIOS. Find the option that says

"Enable DOS Support for mouse" and deactivate it.

 

Depending on which mainboard you have you may or may not have to switch the setting

"USB 1.0/1.1" "USB 1.1/2.0" Support to make the keyboard work. The mouse will usually work

but you will have to try the different settings for the keyboard.

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Step 10: save your BIOS settings and reboot. After POSTing you should see the menu

with:

 

WindowsXP

Mac OSX

 

choose MacOSX and enjoy.

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Good guide and everything, but this guide is exactly like mine except with dual booting added at the end...

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@SABR: My goal was to help people with ATI Cards + CRTs (refresh problem) and getting the keyboard to work. The full installation credit actually goes all to you :thumbsdown_anim:

 

greetings,

 

Alex

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