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Chameleon Install 2.0 RC5 Rev 699 for Windows

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if you can give a simple user guide, it will be better.

Like where to install the patch, how to enable the native power management, where to put the DSDT etc.

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This is HUGE!!!! (thats what she said)

 

Now all we need is the Chameleon preference pane to be windows compatible :D

 

DSDT in mac os root

 

patch in mac os \Extra\Extensions

 

if you can give a simple user guide, it will be better.

Like where to install the patch, how to enable the native power management, where to put the DSDT etc.

 

DSDT in mac os root

 

patch in mac os \Extra\Extensions

 

u can edit a .plist from windows... it's just a text document with a unique extension..

 

 

 

 

it will be better, how? all he made was an installer for a boot loader. from his pictures, he dosn't even have OS X installed.

 

And more importantly, why should he write a guide about DSDTs or native power management? There are literally thousands of guides on that already, and installing the bootloader from windows doesn't change anything about actually installing OS X, except for taking away the need for something like [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to boot the the computer to first install OS X, and then later removing the need to install Chamelon from within OS X, after install. Why should someone making a standalone bootloader installer be making a guide about installing OS X...

// end rant

 

Thank u for your work on the installer.

 

about installing OS X

 

http://www.wowpc.cn/thread-15082-1-1.html

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