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    Exclamation Need help with installing Snow Leopard

    I've been trying to install Snow Leopard on my Samsung R580 (specs here if you need them) for a while now.
    So far I've tried following guide with the iBoot supported CD but I couldn't boot into the installation screen. I have a retail disc and image for OS X 10.6 but I don't know if i need to get the one for 10.6.3 instead.
    If anyone has any method that I could use to make this work well, please help. I'm willing to go and get any OS X DVD I need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neonfire999 View Post
    I've been trying to install Snow Leopard on my Samsung R580
    While iBoot claimed that it could install to anything Intel, many people with your cpu, i-class, have problem with initial installation and also post installation issues. Regardless of the methods, this cpu/chipsets is a bit hard to get OSX installed.

    And the other aspects, that further complicate this, is that Apple vanilla system/kernel won't fully support the i-class at least up to 10.6.3.

    There is a quick solution for your installation, fortunately, as it just came out recently. Get yourself a copy of iAtkos S3 v2 Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and try to install it. Will have some roughness along the road but that is the very best out there for now in term of distro release (well, of course, it's not the best method but very close to it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    While iBoot claimed that it could install to anything Intel, many people with your cpu, i-class, have problem with initial installation and also post installation issues. Regardless of the methods, this cpu/chipsets is a bit hard to get OSX installed.

    And the other aspects, that further complicate this, is that Apple vanilla system/kernel won't fully support the i-class at least up to 10.6.3.

    There is a quick solution for your installation, fortunately, as it just came out recently. Get yourself a copy of iAtkos S3 v2 Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and try to install it. Will have some roughness along the road but that is the very best out there for now in term of distro release (well, of course, it's not the best method but very close to it).
    thanks for the quick response OK, so I am getting iAtkos right now. So once I burn it to a DVD, i just boot into it and install Snow Leopard? and also, can I put it on a partition on my computer?

 

 

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