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You can try one of the last amd_kernel from Andy , see on download above, these should work with Pentium .

That's true, it's no joke

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See here Post froh RobertX

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/285110-amd-working-builds/page-8

rename the mach_kernel in the example BSA_R9, save the kernel to root. Then boot with: BSA_R9 -v -f npci=0×2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes

 

 

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Which operating system do you still have? Windows? If You have Windows then install transmac or macdrive

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Which operating system do you still have? Windows? If You have Windows the install transmac original macdrive

yes dude, this is the answer that i want.. Ok , I have Transmac but it seem like can't copy files to hardisk so i use Macdrive.. Ok back to topic, what to do next?

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With one of the two tools then you have access to the MAC HDD, and can keep copy the kernel to root the Mac HDD

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Then you can edit you chameleon.boot.plist with the bootflags, then restart your hackintosh

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i have 1 question, after restart if it also work for my old hackintosh what should do with it? At chameleon.boot.plist need to change what?


i have 1 question, after restart if it also work for my old hackintosh what should do with it? At chameleon.boot.plist need to change what?

if i replace the old mach_kernel did i need to rename it?


Then you can edit you chameleon.boot.plist with the bootflags, then restart your hackintosh

and also why i need to replace it?

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If you rename mach_kernel in BSD_R9,

then you can edit your chameleon.boot.plist

Kernel flags==> BSA_R9 -v -f npci=0×2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes

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If you rename mach_kernel in BSD_R9,

then you can edit your chameleon.boot.plist

Kernel flags==> BSA_R9 -v -f npci=0×2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes

You also heve Dell n4020?

If you rename mach_kernel in BSD_R9,

then you can edit your chameleon.boot.plist

Kernel flags==> BSA_R9 -v -f npci=0×2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes

so, if i replace only without rename, it means that i don't need to change the name at chameleon.boot.plist right?

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Oh man!! Or copy the Intel kernel on the desktop or wherever else

Yes , lets go and Good luck!

if the system should stop or a kernel panic come, then make a picture and upload it here

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