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OSX Leopard on a Gateway 3103 Netbook
Has anyone have full instruction on installing OSX on gateway 3103? Im planning to buy one, and would really want to try mac on it. Thanks in advance.
try to post on your specs. so other users will be able to see it. try to read the specs you have on your netbook, and read on some similar threads..
Originally Posted by clive_boink
oh, thanks for the advice..
Processor :AMD Athlon™ 64 L110 Single-Core Processor (1.2GHz, 800MHz FSB, 512KB L2 Cache)5
Display :11.6" HD WXGA Ultrabright™ LED-backlit Display (1366 x 768 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio)6
Memory : 2048MB DDR2 533MHz SDRAM Single Channel Memory7
Hard Drive 250GB SATA hard drive2
Wireless Network : 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED®3
Graphics : ATI Radeon® X1270 Graphics and AMD RS690E Chipset7
Media Card Reader : Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader (Memory Stick®, Memory Stick Pro™, MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital™, xD-Picture Card™)
Network : 10/100 Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port)
Sound : High-Definition Audio Support, Built-In speakers, Microphone, Headphone (with Dolby® Headphone Technology)/Speaker/Line-Out Jack9
Web Camera : 0.3 Megapixel Integrated Webcam
Gateway Official Site: Shop - Netbooks - LT3103u Mini-Laptop Product Details
I just picked one up today and will be trying a few different techniques...
I'm a little worried about the video chipset, but the rest of the hardware seems to be supported (though in an inelegant way)...
I'll update this thread with all of my findings.
Hello, I have the Gateway LT3103u netbook and am currently running OS X on it. I finally got it to work last night. I used Kalyway's 10.5.2 disc to install from an external DVD drive.
So far, the webcam, keyboard, mouse, screen, and ethernet ports work fine. I haven't been able to get the USB ports, sound, or WIFI to work. I'm going to attempt the updates and see if it fixes any of these problems. I'll keep updates of my findings.
im in the same boat.
anyone have any ideas, my kb and mouse do not work tho, I used the iATKOS v7 install.
Originally Posted by freeziekat
---EDIT - Yeah, these were from iDeneb 1.4. Oops. I'm just going to start over....and take MUCH better notes.
What other drivers did you use during the IATKOS V7 install?
I HAD one install going where I THOUGHT i had selected only the following
chipset : VIA/SIS/Marvell/Uli
Kernal 9.2.2 SSE3
keyboard/trackpad, usb, sound (with some glitches), external usb drives, were all working but
webcam, network (wired/wireless) weren't working and video could only do 1024x768.
So decided to blow it away and find out for certain that that's what I had chosen and now I can't get it out of a reboot loop...ugh...
Last edited by chudgoo; 08-27-2009 at 02:31 PM.
Originally Posted by shadubular
After having mixed success with iDeneb and iATKOS I finally tried Kalyway and now have a booting system. AMD Patch #2, ATI X1xxx series drivers were the only things I checked. I haven't verified all the hardware, but I do know that I have no network interfaces at the moment... which sucks.
I'm not very good with all this kext business so it might be slow going from here...
any positive updates?
the pre-installed vista was too slow for me, I tried ubuntu, but that would not even run - managed to get windows 7 on there, which is decent, but Mac OS X would be better.
Driver list for iAtkos v7 10.5.7
I just bought this laptop about two months ago and just now got around to putting 4GB of RAM in it and a faster 7200 rpm Hard Drive. Performs pretty well except for graphics in regards to Hulu, etc. Now on to the hard part. Installing OSX86.
-Try checking the box for Atheros in the wireless section during install (Atheros AR5B95).
-The Ethernet is Realtek so use the R1000 driver for it in the Wired section.
-Display adapter is ATI (Ati Mobility Radeon X1200), try the Voodoo kext that automatically installs and configures necessary drivers for your chipset.
-USB - the video is considered a USB connection so in this case check the box for the USB fix.
I think this should pretty much take care of your driver issues. Let me know if you are successful.
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