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Comme j'ai posté dans la catégorie anglaise du forum, je souhaiterais installer mac os x lion via iAtkos L1 (je l'ai téléchargé la semaine dernière) sur mon dell dimensions 8400. Mais lors du boot sur le dd externe (il ne detecte pas les disques sata via un simple dvd) l'ordi plante et arrête de tourner mais reste allumé. Même 1 heure après.

Pour info, j'ai restauré l'image sur un disque samsung 320go en mbr.

 

Quelqu'un pourrai-il m'aider ?

 

Merci d'avance !

 

Edit: par un disque non plus

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Salut,

 

Tu as testé la L2?

Sinon tente le coup pour voir si tu as le même problème... je sais, ça n'est pas d'une grande aide mais c'est un début. ;)

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ah bon, pourquoi il ne marchera pas si c'est un pentium 4 (c'est le cas ! :( ). Et j'avais déja essayé la 10.6.3 avec s3 v2 mais ca ne marchai pas, d'où l'intention de la 10.7 ! :wallbash:

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Salut,

 

Snow Leopard doit pouvoir fonctionner avec un P4.

J'avais un Scaleo P Fujitsu avec un Prescott 2.93Ghz HT qui fonctionnait très bien avec iAtkos_S3 V2.

 

Qu'est-ce qui ce passe exactement et où est-ce que ça bloque?

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Bah, en fait, ça boote bien sur le cd, mais le dd (1 TO, samsung, SATA) n'apparait pas. Bien que je pense que le problème vient du fait que le lecteur de dvd soit en PATA, je pense qu'il y a aussi un problème au niveau des kexts, et, cela fait pareil avec toutes les versions ! :help:

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et, autrechose, quand j'ai restoré l'image, si je ne met pas chameleon sur le dd -> le boot du dell se fige

si je met chameleon sur le dd, le boot s'arrète sur l'image d'apple... en verbose ca donne un écran blanc.

 

Qu'ai je pu oublier ?

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Tu as un Mac ou un systeme OS X fonctionnel ? Le formater en HFS+ avant de lancer l'installation pourrait arranger ça.

 

Sinon je ne suis pas vraiment certain mais me semble que GParted peux formater en HFS.

 

Pour le moment je suppose qu'il est en NTFS c'est ça ? Dans le pire des cas formate le en FAT32 pour voir ce que ça donne.

 

Pour ton problème de boot qui se fige, je pense que cela vient du fait que ton DD externe ne soit pas "bootable".

Si tu n'as pas d'autre systeme OS X, tu peux aussi faire ça avec GParted en activant l'option "Boot flag" sur le volume qui te servira pour d'installation.

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oui, je connais qqn qui a un mac. J'ai "restauré" l'image d'iatkos s3v2, j'y ai installé chameleon 2.0 rc4, j'ai formaté avec gparted, je vois si cela fonctionne et je te dis (le pb de disque vient du fait que le lecteur est en pata, contrairement au dd de 1to en data :)

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bon, alors j'ai essayé, tout fonctionne bien, il boot en redémarrant, mais le disque n'y est pas ! Il possède pourtant une partition formatée en hfs+. Je pense que cela vientdes kexts. Que pouvez vous me conseiller comme kexts pour mon disque samsung 1to (j'y ai 4 partitions avec vista, 7 (x2) et windows DP). :wallbash:

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eh bien non, ca ne marche pas!!! :blowup:

 

Au besoin, je met une image du formatage du disque (mais j'avais déja essayé avec une partition) et de toute manière, ce n'est pas une version officielle, puisque c'est iatkos... Ainsi il ne load pas bonnes extensions ! :hammer:

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Oups... désolé c'est vrai que tu es sur une distrib.

 

Mais je pense pas que ce soit une histoire de kexts.

Ton controlleur SATA est paramètré sur "Combined" ?

 

Sinon ta partition HFS est "logique", me semble qu'il faut absolument une partition "primaire".

l'idéale ce serait d'avoir un disque en GPT avec partition HFS+ principale.

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salut !!! :)

 

ton proc n'est pas supporté par le kernel original ! Il te faudrait un kernel modifié ( chocolate kernel, je crois )! Sur le distrib iAtkos L1, il y en a un sûrement, mais pas mis par défaut au démarage ! Tu peux essayer de démarrer ton dvd avec option -v "chocolate kernel" ( je ne me souviens plus si la commande est exacte ), peut-être qu'il démarrera dessus !

 

Si non, en faisant un pti tour dans osx86 wiki, tu aurais pu trouver ça : 10.6.2 sur Dell Dimension 8400

 

À mon avis, avant de toucher À ton disque dur nativement, tu devrais essayer d'installer mac os x en virtuel !!! Cela te donnera plus de liberté de manœuvre et ça n'affectera pas ta machine physique !!!

 

Voici le forum de la virtualisation, tu y trouveras pas mal de bonnes choses ! Clique ici

 

 

Cordialement, fantomas1

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oui, je précise juste que mon ordi n'est pas 64 bits et ne support pas la virtualistion. Cela marcherai t-il sous s3 v2 ?

par contre, iatkos s3 v2 est déja installé sous vmware !

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iAtkosS3 V2 charge un kernel patché par défaut il me semble (nommé Custom) mais son problème de disque SATA non détecté ne viens pas du kernel ou l'installation ne démarrerait pas du tous non? Et un kernel tu pourras en choisir un autre par la suite dans la "Personnalisation de l'installation".

 

Comment as-tu paramètre ton contrôleur SATA dans ton bios, Combined/Compatible/Enhanced ?

 

Tu n'aurais pas l'occasion d'essayer sur un disque entier que tu formaterais en GPT, au moins pour voir ce que ça donne?

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alors je n'ai pas trouvé de paramètre pour sata autre que le type (qui est en ahci par défaut) et, 2, je vais essayer de voir si j'ai pas un disques, mais ceux que j'ai comportent tous des installs windows qu'il faudrait bazarder. Et pour le passer ne gpt sans windows, ce serai compliqué. Mais bon ,ca vaut le coup d'essayer, car je me souviens que j'ai 1 dd avec xp pro. Par contre faudra que je le sauvegarde car j'ai plein de données dessus ! :construction:

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Si tu as un contrôleur compatible AHCI ça devrait être ok alors.

Je suis tombé sur ce topic où on disait de le paramètrer sur "Combined" pour un Dell D8400, du coup je pensais que tu les avais (au cas où il y un dsdt pour ta machine)

 

Si tu a la possibilité de dédier un disque à Mac OS X se serait bien, et il y des chances pour que ça règle ton problème.

 

Pour en revenir au kernel, le seul avec lequel je n'avais pas de soucis c'était le kernel Qoopz 10.3 dispo dans les options d'installation d'iAtkos, mon P4 tourné nickel. (pas de surchauffe etc...)

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ok, je le choisirai... par contre, moi le bios est en a02 et je préfère ne pas l'upgrader car j'ai déja eu des petits soucis à cause de lui... De plus, c'est marqué AHCI/Combination

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bon, alors ca marche avec mach_qoopz,mais en formattant, il m'a viré mon install de 7 :worried_anim: !!! Mais bon, pour mac sa va ! :happymac: J'essaie de lui mettre iatkos L2 pour voir !

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Salut Mac3500, mon hack en 10.5.7 est stable (j'ai suivi le tuto de Carlnunes)

A priori on peut installer 10.6, toutefois je n'ai pas réussi à obtenir un état stable (d'autres ont réussi)

Je peux te donner les notes de ma config, mais ce serait top si tu arrives à installer 10.6 ou 10.7

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      Set all SATA operation as AHCI Disable Secure Boot, Fast Boot For Coil Whine improvement disable C-States Enable UEFI Booting INSTALL (VERY IMPORTANT)
      Due to structural changes in the setup of apple's Big sur, this EFI cannot boot the installer it can only boot into a system / device that has already been created and setup. To do this, you need to install Big Sur to a virtual machine (lots of guides online) and then create an dmg of that system, and restore it onto your HDD using the 'dd' command There are various guides online how to get this virtual machine setup complete. You can then use the attached EFI folder to boot and use macOS big Sur You can use this video to show you how to get your macOS pre-installed onto your hard drive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMU3nhcbWHw Boot Entry Setup
      Boot into the BIOS of the computer, then navigate to the Boot setup (or entries (not sure what it is called exactly, but it will be a list of the options your computer selects to boot) Click add new, and make sure the USB isn't plugged in. Select the only option that is avaiable, and in FS0 navigate to Boot/BOOTx64. Add this as an entry, then select this as whatever priority you would like. Messages and Facetime
      Gnerate your own Serials, Board Numbers, MLB There are various guides online to do this and as default they're set to essentially Null (Fakeserial) This is fairly straightforward and there is lots of external recourses, or you can contact me for support. Headphones and Audio
      All audio from speakers should work perfectly along with Bluetooth and USB audio To resolve headphones static issue (wired) install combojack Finished!
      Congratulations, there really aren't any more steps that are required. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Donations
      Send me a coffee lefkotyler@gmail.com  
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      EFI.zip
    • By nyichiban1
      So I got some new hardware:
      Asus Z490I Gaming ITX
      NZXT H1 Case
      Intel i9-10900
      samsung 970 EVO plus NVME
      SK Hynix 1TB SSD
      32GB G.Skill 3200 C14 Ram
      MSI 5700 XT Evoke
       
      So I got windows installed and wanted to install macOS using opencore. I had no luck getting past the [EB|#LOG:EXITBS:START] error and decided to use someone else's EFI who had the same motherboard minus the CPU and GPU (i7-10700k and Radeon VII). I went ahead with that EFI and voila got it to install and got past the error I had. The issue was after the install there is a reboot and that's where it hangs and give me an error log that I attached. Tried a few more things to see what I could do but was stuck on that error log every single time. Decided to try again today and now I can't get past the original error log. I've looked at the dortania guide for that error and tried everything it suggested but still won't get past the error. Not sure what else to do but to try Clover maybe. Anyone have any suggestions? I've attached my EFI as well. Thanks in advance.
      Installer_Log_8-Jul-2020.txt
      EFI.zip
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