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It's possible to get Tiger on Core i5/i7?

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I really like fast GUI on MacOS Tiger. It's possible to get Tiger on Core i5/i7?

I would say "YES". using 10.4.11, using latest Chameleon loader.

Give it a shot, you haven't got much too loose, and may learn a few things as well.

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@kdtt what graphics are you using? I got the system up and running as well except for a proper graphics driver. I got a NVIDIA GTS 250 but I am still kinda experimenting to get a dual boot with Tiger and Snow Leopard.

 

Update: Got the dual boot working, plus the proper graphics resolution under Tiger even though my card is not fully recognized. I installed a DSDT under Snow Leopard which may have done the trick for the resolution at least.

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Hi...

I'm thinking resuscitate and make a zumbi with a myzar's10.4.6 running at that time on a AMD d2,many years ago...

 

c.frio

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@kdtt what graphics are you using? I got the system up and running as well except for a proper graphics driver. I got a NVIDIA GTS 250 but I am still kinda experimenting to get a dual boot with Tiger and Snow Leopard.

 

Update: Got the dual boot working, plus the proper graphics resolution under Tiger even though my card is not fully recognized. I installed a DSDT under Snow Leopard which may have done the trick for the resolution at least.

 

@lance76

 

I'd really like to get Tiger running. Can you say more about how you did it?

 

h50

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For me not even Snow Leopard works on Haswell processor laptop.. Even injecting correct FakeSMC... It boots, but I get the spinning beach ball of death... No proper graphics acceleration. I am guessing with Tiger will be the same... I tried injecting the modded ACPI tables and not injecting them, and result was the same.

I would really like to have a small partition for Snow Leopard and another one for Tiger along El Capitan, using Clover...

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I wasn't able to install Tiger in my Intel core I5 -2500k with GA-h67-usb3 mobo.

 

It simply don't boot saying

"Unkown platform ..."

 

On the other hand i have installed it on notebook with Intel core2 duo

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