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Buonasera a tutti potrei sapere cosa selezionare all'installazione di iDeneb v1.6?

Le caratteristiche del mio pc Intel sono in firma, come da regola. Grazie.

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seleziona charmeleon (una versione), voodoohda e ps2.

ma perchè non usi la retail con la tua scheda madre? di guide è pieno.

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seleziona charmeleon (una versione), voodoohda e ps2.

ma perchè non usi la retail con la tua scheda madre? di guide è pieno.

 

Ho già scaricato questa versione che è Lite Edition. Comunque volevo sapere quale chipset devo selezionare. Ci sono:

 

AHCI SATA/IDE

AppleATIATA

AppleGenericPCATA

AppleNForceATA

AppleNForceATA Test

ICHx Fixed

JMicronATA

SAS

Siliconimage3132

VIA/SiS/Marvell/Uli

 

Grazie.

 

E video?

 

NVidia:

 

NVidia Enablers (NVEnabler, NVdarwin, NVinject 0.2.1, NVinjectGO 0.2.0 & NVKush)

GT200

GT200 2F16 EVGA

NvidiaID

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non selezionare nient'altro, per la video ti conviene installarli dopo quando arrivi al desktop.

 

comunque la retail la devi comprare e non scaricare.

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non selezionare nient'altro, per la video ti conviene installarli dopo quando arrivi al desktop.

 

comunque la retail la devi comprare e non scaricare.

 

Neanche il Kernel devo selezionare?

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Scusa la domanda, vedo in firma che hai installato già kalyway ...perchè installare ideneb? ..Non puoi semplicemente effettuare un aggiornamento ?

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se proprio vuoi seleziona voodoo ma è inutile.

basta quello che ti ho detto.

 

Ok ora installo. Speriamo bene. Una volta arrivato al Desktop che faccio?

 

Ora vi sto scrivendo da un altro pc, mentre il fisso installa.

 

Scusa la domanda, vedo in firma che hai installato già kalyway ...perchè installare ideneb? ..Non puoi semplicemente effettuare un aggiornamento ?

 

Ho già provato con l'aggiornamento e ha causato un Kernel Panic :S

Poi avevo problemi con l'audio e spero che con iDeneb si risolva.

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una volta arrivato al desktop cerchi i driver video sul forum e verifichi cosa funziona e cosa no, poi se hai problemi lo scrivi se no metti risolto nel tag e ti godi leopard 10.5.6

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una volta arrivato al desktop cerchi i driver video sul forum e verifichi cosa funziona e cosa no, poi se hai problemi lo scrivi se no metti risolto nel tag e ti godi leopard 10.5.6

 

Installazione andata a buon fine. Però non trovo i driver per la scheda video! Mi puoi aiutare?

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cerca, sono gli NVinject per la tua scheda credo.

 

Ho installato NVinject.kext e NVEnabler.kext ma continua a 'vedersi' così quando sposto una finestra:

 

d946711819d2f3a73bc5c6e11eda847a.png

 

Sotto si vede la finestra dell'Utility Disco mentre riparo i permessi.

 

Problema di kext?

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Mi sa che quella scheda grafica (vecchiotta) non sia compatibile con leopard (nel senso niente QE/CI quindi niente accelerazione grafica).

 

Con poche decine di euro prendi una scheda compatibile (9500GT).

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Mi sa che quella scheda grafica (vecchiotta) non sia compatibile con leopard (nel senso niente QE/CI quindi niente accelerazione grafica).

 

Con poche decine di euro prendi una scheda compatibile (9500GT).

 

Io ho trovato questa guida Googlando sempre su Insanelymac dove dice:

 

 

---------------------------------------

Step 1:

1.) Install OSx86 with no video drivers, injectors (NVkush, NVinject, etc.).

 

2.) Right after installation, boot with parameters -s -v.

 

3.) Remove all references to Geforce drivers:

 

   /sbin/fsck -fy
   /sbin/mount -uw /
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/Ge*
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/NVD*
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
   exit

 

Now your system shouldn't hang anymore, and you'll be able to create an account and login.

 

4.) Open OSX86Tools and click on Add EFI Strings/Boot Flag button.

 

5.) Click on GFX Strings icon, and choose Custom GeForce... from the Graphics Card drop-down.

 

6.) Choose VRAM size (card's memory) and NVCAP (VGA/DVI-I if VGA is on the side of the motherboard) and click on

Import String to Boot Editor icon.

 

7.) On the Boot Editor window, click on Apply changes to com.apple.Boot.plist and restart your system.

 

You should now see in System Analyzer that your card is recognized, but no QE/CI.

 

Step 2:

 

 

1.) Install NVidia Universal Installer.

You will be logged-out and logged back in automatically.

 

2.) Open OSX86Tools , check Repair Permissions, Clear Extensions Cache and Touch Extensions Folder, and click the Run Selected Tasks button. When finished, restart your system.

 

You should now see in System Analyzer that QE/CI is enabled, but with scrambled graphics.

 

Step 3:

 

To fix the graphics issue use Sanya method:

 

If you have a 10.5.5 dvd (i use IAKTOS 5i):

 

1.) Insert 10.5.5 dvd and open Pacifist.

 

2.) Click on Open Apple Install Discs, and choose your dvd.

 

3). When finished, use the search box to locate CoreGraphics.framework.

 

4.) Right click on it, and choose Install to Default Location.

Replace files if prompt.

 

5.) Restart your system.

 

If you don't have a 10.5.5 dvd (Thank you JESS Fortress):

 

1.) Download and install 10.5.5 CoreGraphics.

 

2.) Restart your system.

 

---------------------------------------

 

Penso di seguirla. Secondo te avrà successo?

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Io ho trovato questa guida Googlando sempre su Insanelymac dove dice:

 

 

---------------------------------------

Step 1:

1.) Install OSx86 with no video drivers, injectors (NVkush, NVinject, etc.).

 

2.) Right after installation, boot with parameters -s -v.

 

3.) Remove all references to Geforce drivers:

 

   /sbin/fsck -fy
   /sbin/mount -uw /
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/Ge*
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/NVD*
   rm -R /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
   exit

 

Now your system shouldn't hang anymore, and you'll be able to create an account and login.

 

4.) Open OSX86Tools and click on Add EFI Strings/Boot Flag button.

 

5.) Click on GFX Strings icon, and choose Custom GeForce... from the Graphics Card drop-down.

 

6.) Choose VRAM size (card's memory) and NVCAP (VGA/DVI-I if VGA is on the side of the motherboard) and click on

Import String to Boot Editor icon.

 

7.) On the Boot Editor window, click on Apply changes to com.apple.Boot.plist and restart your system.

 

You should now see in System Analyzer that your card is recognized, but no QE/CI.

 

Step 2:

 

 

1.) Install NVidia Universal Installer.

You will be logged-out and logged back in automatically.

 

2.) Open OSX86Tools , check Repair Permissions, Clear Extensions Cache and Touch Extensions Folder, and click the Run Selected Tasks button. When finished, restart your system.

 

You should now see in System Analyzer that QE/CI is enabled, but with scrambled graphics.

 

Step 3:

 

To fix the graphics issue use Sanya method:

 

If you have a 10.5.5 dvd (i use IAKTOS 5i):

 

1.) Insert 10.5.5 dvd and open Pacifist.

 

2.) Click on Open Apple Install Discs, and choose your dvd.

 

3). When finished, use the search box to locate CoreGraphics.framework.

 

4.) Right click on it, and choose Install to Default Location.

Replace files if prompt.

 

5.) Restart your system.

 

If you don't have a 10.5.5 dvd (Thank you JESS Fortress):

 

1.) Download and install 10.5.5 CoreGraphics.

 

2.) Restart your system.

 

---------------------------------------

 

Penso di seguirla. Secondo te avrà successo?

 

No

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