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    in a few minutes i will make a guide for you, and post it. just hold on a little bit, ok?

    i know how it feels man, trust me.

    5-10 minutes.
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    OK, Here it goes.

    Insert the iAtkos DVD into rom and restart,
    then enter in bios. (by pressing the DELETE key)




    STEPS:



    BIOS

    1.a. - prepare your BIOS
    - if you have the option in which you can change the
    SATA mode to "AHCI" - do it, if not leave it alone.
    b. - make sure your first boot device is CD/DVD-ROM
    and second the hard drive (the SATA 250 GB first)
    c. - press F10 to save and exit, and then press Enter.




    BOOT IATKOS

    2.a. - when restarting, you will be
    prompt with to press any key to boot from dvd
    or press F8 for more options, press F8
    b. - type in "-v" and then press Enter.
    - you will now see a bunch of lines appearing on your screen
    (wait for them until you get to the OSX installation screen)




    INSTALL OS X

    3.a. - select the language and press the arrow button.
    b. - when you menu bar on the top on the screen appears,
    click on Utilities -> Disk Utilities
    c. - Select your 250GB HDD then click on Partition
    -> Select from list 1 Partition, name your new partition,
    (let's say it's "LeopardHD") then from Options,
    select GUID and click on the Apply button.
    - close Disk Utilities
    - follow the instructions, and when you get to to the install
    window, click on Customise
    d. - CUSTOMIZE-ing
    - search through the drivers (click on the all little black arrows to show them all) and install these ones:

    -Chameleon v2
    -Extra Dir.
    -DSDT
    -App. Decrypter
    -Disable
    -OHR
    -your video card (use only one)
    -AHCI
    -Jmicron SATA/IDE
    -Speed Step
    - Throttling Control
    from wired network select the R1000
    for Ethernet to work.

    -DONE and install!



    After installation is done, do this:
    -Click Restart
    -Eject the DVD from ROM
    - when chameleon bootloader appears, press any key
    -type in "-v -f -x" and on your screen should appear lots of lines
    moving really fast and then a few secods break, then you should
    be welcomed by Leopard.



    if your resolution is not optimized use this EFIStudio.

    -unzipit, select 9800 gt and "Add Device"
    -then from the new window that just appeared, click on "write to com.Apple.Boot.List"? something like that, i forgot but is the large button anyway.



    GOOD LUCK
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    Exclamation Important!

    before you do it, take out your tv tuner from your machine and plug it in later after leopard is installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david.v View Post
    before you do it, take out your tv tuner from your machine and plug it in later after leopard is installed.
    Hi David. Thanks very much to you that you wants to help me. I have some guestions to you about your massage.
    1) My system cant start disk booting with -v. i had try 100 times but only cpus=1 -v is working well.
    2) About bios setting is it ok only to change IDE to AHCI, or use this settings link
    3) had you forgot about PS2 drivers, Voodoo HDA driver, NTFS-3G or i dont need them?
    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neotanker View Post
    Hi David. Thanks very much to you that you wants to help me. I have some guestions to you about your massage.
    1) My system cant start disk booting with -v. i had try 100 times but only cpus=1 -v is working well.
    2) About bios setting is it ok only to change IDE to AHCI, or use this settings link
    3) had you forgot about PS2 drivers, Voodoo HDA driver, NTFS-3G or i dont need them?
    Thanks again.
    Hi,
    You need to set your SATA controller to AHCI. Select your PS2, but I suggest you disable your audio, LAN, USB legacy. The main objective is to get you to OSX desktop first, so keep it at the very minimum so you don't have kexts conflict KP. Once you're in OSX then you can always install kexts/drivers for video, Lan, audio etc...
    Good luck,
    Regards,


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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi,
    You need to set your SATA controller to AHCI. Select your PS2, but I suggest you disable your audio, LAN, USB legacy. The main objective is to get you to OSX desktop first, so keep it at the very minimum so you don't have kexts conflict KP. Once you're in OSX then you can always install kexts/drivers for video, Lan, audio etc...
    Good luck,
    Regards,
    How to disable they? from bios i dont know how to do it! Must i change bios setting to default after installation or it must be how it was on install time? i ll write here which problem i ll have.

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    Hi,
    When your computer boots to the screen then press DEL key to go to your BIOS. Use arrow keys and ENTER to make your selection, and then F10 to save and exit.

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    Hi,

    After you set your BIOS, and first boot (with iatkos dvd in your rom)
    at boot prompt you must press F8 and with iatkos installer selected type in "-v" then Enter.
    IT MUST WORK!

    After the Installer window appears, then do the following by the guide
    and use only what I recommended from customize.

    Then when the installer is successfully finished, Restart,
    (don't forget to eject the dvd out from rom) and then when is restarting,
    the chameleon bootloader will appear, THEN press any key and use "-v -f -x" or "cpus=1 -v"
    Last edited by david.v; 05-02-2010 at 11:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david.v View Post
    Hi,

    After you set your BIOS, and first boot (with iatkos dvd in your rom)
    at boot prompt you must press F8 and with iatkos installer selected type in "-v" then Enter.
    IT MUST WORK!

    After the Installer window appears, then do the following by the guide
    and use only what I recommended from customize.

    Then when the installer is successfully finished, Restart,
    (don't forget to eject the dvd out from rom) and then when is restarting,
    the chameleon bootloader will appear, THEN press any key and use "-v -f -x" or "cpus=1 -v"
    I know this, but my system not startin with -v. it just restarts. And i want to know need i change bios setting to the default bios setting or not? For example
    AHCI to IDE
    Plug and play O/S yes to no
    and other

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    Hey . Not sure if you have got running yet, but if not here is something simple you can try if you want . Partition your drive to MBR HFS+ journaled not GUID, and name it Leopard. Use the same settings I gave you last time, now I know your going to ask about the BIOS settings my friend . So here is my answer in advance . You can use the same settings you used last time but you don't have to what's important is to have your BIOS set to AHCI. After installation is complete leave disc in and reboot. When it say press any key to boot from disc do so. Go to Utilities > Terminal and type these commands being sure to hit enter after each:

    Code:
    sudo -s

    Code:
    mv -f /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext.original
    

    Code:
    rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/Extensions.mkext

    Code:
    chown -R root:wheel /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions

    Code:
    chmod -R 755 /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions

    Code:
    kextcache -amv i386 /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions.mkext /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/

    Then take out the disk and reboot! If this doesn't work take your PC and through it in the sea . Just joking , let me know how it goes.


 

 

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