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    Default How ro run Snow Leopard on Sandy Bridge?

    Hi guys, I'm just wondering, is it possible to build 10.6.6 Snow Leopard(or at least some previous version) on new Intel's mobos and cpus? My system is Asus P8P67 PRO, i7 2600K, GTX 460. I have searched the web and found pretty much nothing. So, is it possible? If anyone has some info, I 'd be glad to read it. Cheers!



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    Hi everyone

    seems i've been trying the same thing but no luck.

    hardware: ASUS Sabertooth P67 B3 Revision, Core i5-2500k (sandy-bridge), MSI Twinfrozer-II GTX 560ti (fermi).

    I tried iBoot Legacy / Chameleon boot loader / Rebel_EFI boot / and Snow Leo 10.6.6 SSE2, SSE3 by Hazard

    no luck...
    the furthest i can get is with iBoot legacy and a bundle version Mac OS-X 10.6.4 from an iMac
    it goes to the grey screen with the apple, and spinning icon at the bottom but then at a certain point it just reboots.

    any help would be awesome if anyone has successfully done this with sandy-bridge chips


    thanx!
    Last edited by misterspaniard; 06-12-2011 at 07:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterspaniard View Post
    Hi everyone

    seems i've been trying the same thing but no luck.

    hardware: ASUS Sabertooth P67 B3 Revision, Core i5-2500k (sandy-bridge), MSI Twinfrozer-II GTX 560ti (fermi).




    I tried iBoot Legacy / Chameleon boot loader / Rebel_EFI boot / and Snow Leo 10.6.6 SSE2, SSE3 by Hazard

    no luck...
    the furthest i can get is with iBoot legacy and a bundle version Mac OS-X 10.6.4 from an iMac
    it goes to the grey screen with the apple, and spinning icon at the bottom but then at a certain point it just reboots.

    any help would be awesome if anyone has successfully done this with sandy-bridge chips


    thanx!

    I think it's not gonna work with that DVD you have, it has to be a retail installation Dvd... although i believe you have already found out...

 

 

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