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Gigabyte GA D525TUD motherboard running Snow Leopard 10.6.5 - Atom 1.8ghz CPU
Ok, I've managed to get Snow Leaopard 10.6.5 running on an Intel Atom 1.8ghz Dual Core CPU (D525) On a gigabyte GA-D525TUD Motherboard.
It's been a hit and miss journey but following the "sandy bridge" tutorial on the TonyMac website I managed to finally get it up and running how I wanted.
I have been trying to get this combo working for a month!
Haven't got very much help at all from the forums only to tell me that "10.6.5 will not support Atom CPU".
I could get it it boot, sound and networking all working but no "reboot" without iBoot Legacy disk. Now after the above instructions and the Sandy Bridge installer. I'm RUNNING!!!
Shuts down and reboots just fine, with sound and networking
The whole package is stuffed into a Thermaltake SD 100 Micro ITX towere and only owes me around $300 all up. There are cheaper towers you could use I guess.
How about this for a "Mac-Mini Substitute"??
Used iboot Legacy Version (to boot her up and start the Snow Leaopard installation)
Combo update to 10.5.6
Multibeast (easybeast mode)
realtek audio and Lan Kext
I'm positively stoked !! Does this mean Dell mini's and EEEpc notebooks can take advantage of this too?
All the best
I've got an Intel D525MW but man, even following the guide on TonyMac for Sandy bridge i was not able to install this. Everytime I put on the Snow Leopard 10.6 cd, either it's not even detected or worst, i've got a Ebios error (probly read error from the dvd drive)
Did you had same problems?
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