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Lion install probs

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Hi guys im kinda new to the hackintosh scene ;) For my studying i use a beloved MBP and now got a spare PC where i wanted to install OsX86 Lion on :)


I faced some problems that i managed, but now theres a new one ;)


I managed to boot from one partition "Boot" i set up with my macbook to install Lion from. I had to use a patched OSInstall, and delete the AppleIntelAHCIPowerManagement.kext to get the install to start. Now i can choose a partition (which i formated with H+ GUID) to install to. So far everythings good.


Then when i hit install, it tells me that languages like Hebraic and others are not found and the install cant continue (trying to install german btw). So i thought i could just click "customize" and only select English and German, BUT the custom.-window is just blank and theres nothing to choose from.

Im using the official app store download (retail) version btw.


Someone got any suggestions how to manage this? If you need any further info to help, pls let me know - and again, im kinda noobish on this topic^^


Thx in advance.



PS: Can someone tell me, if i can use the kext-package found here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=264017 <- its for the P35-DS4

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:( Im rly freaking out right now! Nothing works -.-


Tried to get iAtkos, but on Win it wont burn without errors - in Mac it does, but then wont boot due an error :(


And the way i discribed above still wont do it either.

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Hey, thx for your reply.


I finally managed to get Lion to work using myHack :)


The error with iAtkos was during the boot process - it gave me a boot0:error i think.

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