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Well i'm trying to install a iDeneb 1.4 on my i7 Core (GA EX58 ...
Installing OSX on Gigabyte X58
Well i'm trying to install a iDeneb 1.4 on my i7 Core (GA EX58 UD5 mobo),
I've found all the kext for this config.
But they're not on the iDeneb 'natively'. So i tried to install a basic OSX to configure my kext afterwards. But i can't boot after install; it keeps on booting again and again (not even launching the darwin/x86 boot loader)
So i thought about putting my kext onto the iDeneb iso so i could install the drivers directly...
How to do that? i've only KEXTs and the iso is full of PKG... so i really don't know:
- how to create PKG
- how to sort my kext in the pkg
Could you please help me?
This not the best way to get this system working, you will need to install retail osx using 132 bootloader, follow this guide and report back your progress ;D
[GUIDE] Retail OS X Install (10.5.7) on Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 (Core i7) Mobo - InsanelyMac Forum
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