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    Unhappy Help Me to install MAC OS X 10.6.2 On Windows PC

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    I have a computer Intel Core 2 Due 2.8

    250 & 160 SATA Seagate Hard Disk Drive

    Nvidia 9800GTX+ 512OC

    P5N73-AM ASUS Nvidia Chipset Mother Board

    3 GB RAM

    and i have no older version of MAC OS X

    Pleace help me to install MAC OS X 10.6.2



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    I dont really understand your ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by balli162 View Post
    Hello

    I have a computer Intel Core 2 Due 2.8

    250 & 160 SATA Seagate Hard Disk Drive

    Nvidia 9800GTX+ 512OC

    P5N73-AM ASUS Nvidia Chipset Mother Board

    3 GB RAM

    and i have no older version of MAC OS X

    Pleace help me to install MAC OS X 10.6.2
    To do this, you need to understand that Mac OS X relies on an EFI board to do some of the work. You can purchase an EFI board that will go into an internal USB header and allow you to install Mac OS X on your machine. It'll run you about $239 and you can find it here:

    EFiX USB V1.1 Official EFiX Distributor/Reseller EXPRESSHD.COM

    Maximum PC did a GREAT feature on building a Hackintosh, with full-color guide. You can find that here:

    How to Build Your Own Hackintosh | Maximum PC

    Hope this helps!

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    Default Snow Leopard OS

    Preparation:

    Things You Will Need to install Snow Leopard in a PC.

    Blank CD or DVD
    Retail copy of Snow Leopard DVD
    Internet Connection
    Rebel EFI Compatible Computer


    Here is the link to download REBEL EFI..Rebel EFI

    Save it..



    Next step: Burn The .iso with a Burn Disc Image software like Nero, DVD rip and burn, Roxio, Magicdisc, etc..and choose:



    NOTE: Rebel EFI only supports SATA Optical Drives. The use of an IDE drive may prevent the computer from reading the Rebel EFI CD.

    Installation process:

    Start your PC and insert Rebel EFI disc. Next step: as soon as you PC Boots select "Boots options" in there select "CDROM".

    Next step: just follow the prompt.





    When prompted, Eject the CD.


    Insert the Snow Leopard DVD



    Next step:

    Select Main Language, after that Click "Continue", if you want to continue with the installation of Snow Leopard.

    Next step: Click Agree, if you agree.

    after that Select the hard drive that you want to install Snow Leopard on.



    (***If you don't see your Hard drive Go to the bottom of the page)

    After selecting the Hard drive, click on "Install"

    When installation is completed restart your PC. Don't worry if you see a "Installation Failed" after the installation finished. Just restart your PC. That will not interfere with the installation of the software.



    When you PC restarts make sure to select "CDROM" from the boot options.
    Once CD loads you will see both the Hard Disk and the Rebel EFI CD.

    -Use the arrow keys to highlight the Hard Drive.
    -Press Enter to boot hard drive.
    -Follow the on-screen authentication procedure. (Welcome Screen)

    after that Select: Your keyboard, then Select, Do not transfer my information now, then If, you have an Apple ID enter it now.

    next window:Enter your Registration Information.

    Next: Select if you want to try MobileMe Free.

    Next: select your region

    and That's it....Finish!

    As you well know not every system works perfectly, so, After finish installing the OS you'll need to do your "Homework" and do some "research". Some PC features are not supported by Snow leopard OS.




    In my case I have my Toshiba L305 and HP Pavilion working with Snow Leopard OS and Windows 7 in a dual Boots. Both PC are working fine!



    I hope this can help you!




    ***"No disks found".

    This issue can occur on systems that do not have a GUID formatted disk, or that had a previous instillation of another operating system on the internal hardBold text disk. The disk must be formatted as a GUID volume and ALL DATA ON THE DISK WILL BE LOST. The procedure to do this and convert your disk to one ready for the Mac OS are as follows:
    Click on Utilities on the tool bar, then select Disk Utilities.
    On the left you should see your hard drive.
    If not, a disk is not connected or cannot be read by your computer.
    After selecting your hard drive click on Partition.
    Under Volume Scheme, click current and select 1 partition.
    Under Volume Information, name your hard drive.
    Format: Free Space
    Click Apply
    Click Partition
    After selecting your hard drive click on Partition.
    Under Volume Scheme, click current and select 1 partition.
    Under Volume Information, name your hard drive.
    Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
    At the bottom of the window Click on the Options Button.
    Select the GUID Partition Table
    Click OK
    Click Apply
    Click Partition
    Quit Disk Utilities


    GOOD LUCK AND ENJOY YOUR HACKINTOSH!

    One More Thing: if you'd like your PC to have install "Snow Leopard" and "Windows 7" make sure to select 2 partitions instead of 1. the first one Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and the second one Format: DOS Fat. you can use it later to install Windows 7. If you have only 1 hard drive you can split it. If you have 2 hard drives, you can do it one at the time.

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    do this direction also works with amd processors??


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    Default AMD support

    The directions to install Snow leopard OS are pretty much the same (or similar) in any system. what it change is the bootloader program that you use to install it. Rebel EFI doesn't work with AMD processors but you can use a different Bootloader program. Just check your hardware comparability in the link below.

    HCL 10.6.2 - OSx86

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    Thumbs up Thank you!!

    It really works...I followed the instructions step by step and now I have my first Hackintosh! Thank you very much!!!


    I still have a sound problem...any advice? Thank you again!

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    Default Rebel EFI

    Quote Originally Posted by Extraspeed View Post
    Preparation:

    Things You Will Need to install Snow Leopard in a PC.

    Blank CD or DVD
    Retail copy of Snow Leopard DVD
    Internet Connection
    Rebel EFI Compatible Computer


    Here is the link to download REBEL EFI..Rebel EFI

    Save it..



    Next step: Burn The .iso with a Burn Disc Image software like Nero, DVD rip and burn, Roxio, Magicdisc, etc..and choose:



    NOTE: Rebel EFI only supports SATA Optical Drives. The use of an IDE drive may prevent the computer from reading the Rebel EFI CD.

    Installation process:

    Start your PC and insert Rebel EFI disc. Next step: as soon as you PC Boots select "Boots options" in there select "CDROM".

    Next step: just follow the prompt.





    When prompted, Eject the CD.


    Insert the Snow Leopard DVD



    Next step:

    Select Main Language, after that Click "Continue", if you want to continue with the installation of Snow Leopard.

    Next step: Click Agree, if you agree.

    after that Select the hard drive that you want to install Snow Leopard on.



    (***If you don't see your Hard drive Go to the bottom of the page)

    After selecting the Hard drive, click on "Install"

    When installation is completed restart your PC. Don't worry if you see a "Installation Failed" after the installation finished. Just restart your PC. That will not interfere with the installation of the software.



    When you PC restarts make sure to select "CDROM" from the boot options.
    Once CD loads you will see both the Hard Disk and the Rebel EFI CD.

    -Use the arrow keys to highlight the Hard Drive.
    -Press Enter to boot hard drive.
    -Follow the on-screen authentication procedure. (Welcome Screen)

    after that Select: Your keyboard, then Select, Do not transfer my information now, then If, you have an Apple ID enter it now.

    next window:Enter your Registration Information.

    Next: Select if you want to try MobileMe Free.

    Next: select your region

    and That's it....Finish!

    As you well know not every system works perfectly, so, After finish installing the OS you'll need to do your "Homework" and do some "research". Some PC features are not supported by Snow leopard OS.




    In my case I have my Toshiba L305 and HP Pavilion working with Snow Leopard OS and Windows 7 in a dual Boots. Both PC are working fine!



    I hope this can help you!




    ***"No disks found".

    This issue can occur on systems that do not have a GUID formatted disk, or that had a previous instillation of another operating system on the internal hardBold text disk. The disk must be formatted as a GUID volume and ALL DATA ON THE DISK WILL BE LOST. The procedure to do this and convert your disk to one ready for the Mac OS are as follows:
    Click on Utilities on the tool bar, then select Disk Utilities.
    On the left you should see your hard drive.
    If not, a disk is not connected or cannot be read by your computer.
    After selecting your hard drive click on Partition.
    Under Volume Scheme, click current and select 1 partition.
    Under Volume Information, name your hard drive.
    Format: Free Space
    Click Apply
    Click Partition
    After selecting your hard drive click on Partition.
    Under Volume Scheme, click current and select 1 partition.
    Under Volume Information, name your hard drive.
    Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
    At the bottom of the window Click on the Options Button.
    Select the GUID Partition Table
    Click OK
    Click Apply
    Click Partition
    Quit Disk Utilities


    GOOD LUCK AND ENJOY YOUR HACKINTOSH!

    One More Thing: if you'd like your PC to have install "Snow Leopard" and "Windows 7" make sure to select 2 partitions instead of 1. the first one Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and the second one Format: DOS Fat. you can use it later to install Windows 7. If you have only 1 hard drive you can split it. If you have 2 hard drives, you can do it one at the time.

    Finally I got my hackintosh Working!


    Thanks Mate!

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    Hi,

    mac os x 10.6.2 is finally installed and works fine,
    but is there any way to load it without the cd.
    I tryed it with some bootloader, but no bootloader works.

    bootloader I tryed:
    chameleon; boot think; PC Efi; Darwin Bootloader

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    Quote Originally Posted by xardasrs View Post
    Hi,

    mac os x 10.6.2 is finally installed and works fine,
    but is there any way to load it without the cd.
    I tryed it with some bootloader, but no bootloader works.

    bootloader I tryed:
    chameleon; boot think; PC Efi; Darwin Bootloader

    You have to boot up your computer with the same bootloader program you used to Install Mac OS. In other words, After you choose the Compatible Bootloader Program (Compatible with your Bios configuration that is) you install Mac OS and from then you will need to boot up your computer with the same Bootloader otherwise your computer won't startup. Bootloader allow your PC to run Mac OS.

    I use Rebel EFI to startup my computer but once it show up the Main Menu (So that I can choose the OS that I'd like to load) right away I eject the CD and Snow Leopard OS loads pretty quick.



    Unfortunate there is no other way for now.
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    Intel® Core™ i7-720QM Processor at 1.6GHz, 6GB DDR3 SDRAM (2 DIMM),1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 230M Graphics,500GB (7,200RPM) SATA Hard Drive
    Dual Boots: Snow Leopard OS and Windows 7 Ultimate. jailbreak Ipad 3G 64 Gig, working with Cydia apps.


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