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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzero619 View Post
    Sleep seems to be working fairly well. I've been playing with it all day and it's being very good. So this is what I used:

    1. iDeneb v1.3
    2. OSX essentials pack
    3. Quartz upgrade pack
    4. MACOSX upgrade pack

    I don't think there are any specials kexts you need, but maybe a combination of how you install and what kexts you use while installing in a sequence. These are the same set of data I used to get my HP Mini 1000 1030NR working from top to bottom. I noticed someone on here got to the transfer screen where it looped them back to the beginning. There are two ways you can get out of that loop. One is the obvious and use the terminal and enter a series of commands to bypass that or Two, you can use the easy way out and install two patches when customizing the install using iDeneb. These two patches would be the Broadcom patch and Tiger patch under the networking folder. This will get you passed the loop without entering command lines in the terminal. Once you get through that part, it's a piece of cake in terms of getting it up and running. Of course, as of right now, those are the three items that don't work (Time Machine, built in wireless/bluetooth components). When I have more time, i will add the procedures I went through to install it on the NB205.
    i was wondering if you were able to get everything working on your hp. wifi, eithernet, etc. thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by cannontrane View Post
    Single Boot OSX 10.5.7 on Toshiba NB205 with Chameleon 2.0 RC1 Bootloader
    Guide by CannonTrane

    **NOTE** This guide should also work well for Retail DVD install. Only thing that changes is a manual install of Chameleon.**

    **DISCLAIMER** ATTEMPT AT YOUR OWN RISK. FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY **

    Big thanks to wingzero619 for making his guide on installing iDeneb 1.3 - without him, this would not be possible. Also thanks goes to everyone involved in creating BOOT132 & the iDeneb install method, as well as anyone responsible for the links at the end of this guide.

    What you need:
    1- NB205-SlimBuild-Preboot.iso http://www.mediafire.com/file/t2omkt...ld-Preboot.iso
    2- Blank CD
    3- iDeneb v1.5 on DVD
    4- Toshiba NB205 (mine is a NB205-N310/BN)
    5- If you want Wifi, you have to replace the mini pci card

    Begin:
    -------
    Ensure you are plugged in for power.

    0) BIOS Settings
    ----------------
    Disable USB Sleep & Charge
    Set SATA Controller to Compatibility mode
    Turn on Legacy USB

    1) Booting to iDeneb 1.5
    -------------------------
    Burn NB205-SlimBuild-Preboot.iso to CD
    Insert CD into USB CD/DVD Drive connected to NB205
    Press F12 to select boot to CD, press enter
    Wait for Init.img to load
    Press F8
    Press Esc
    Switch CD out with iDeneb 1.5 DVD
    Press enter (or type 9f then press enter)
    Press F8
    Type "-v -f" and press enter
    Watch and wait (or grab some coffee!)

    2) iDeneb 1.5 Setup (in all 1024x600x32 Glory!)
    ------------------------------------------------
    Once setup is up and running, launch a Terminal Window and type the following:
    Code:
    sudo -s
    diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk0
    exit
    Close Terminal
    Open Disk Utility
    Clik on your Hard Drive then click the Partition tab
    Partition the Hard Drive with one partition and make it use GUID (under Options)
    Name the partition.
    Mine looks like this:
    Code:
    GUID || OSX 149.05GB ||
    Apply the Partition
    Close Disk Utility and continue with setup
    Select your new Mac OS Partition and click Continue
    Click Customize
    Set the following Customizations:
    Code:
    Fix
     Firewire Remove
     VoodooBattery Manager
     VoodooPower with GeneralCPUMControl
     VoodooUSBEHCI
    Kernel
     9.7.0 Vanilla
    Chipset
     ICHX Fixed
    Wireless
     BroadcomWifi
    Video
     Intel GMA950
    Since Chameleon is a default setting, we do not have to select a bootloader. Technically, you don't have to select the Vanilla kernel either.

    Click Install
    OPTIONAL: Click Skip (to cancel verification of install media)
    Wait for the installer to finish.
    Click Restart

    3) Booting up to OSX
    --------------------
    Boot up like normal from the hard drive. You should see the Chameleon 2.0 Bootloader screen and the computer should boot up fine to the fresh install. Now it's time to install the remaining Kexts to Chameleon to gain full functionality.

    For this, we will need to go into the Terminal

    Make sure the Boot CD is on the Drive before doing this.

    Type:
    Code:
    sudo -s
    ENTER YOUR PASSWORD THEN PRESS ENTER
    mkdir /Volumes/EFI
    mount_hfs /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/EFI
    cp -f -R -p -v /Volumes/ToshNB205Boot1/Extensions /Volumes/EFI/Extra
    rm /Volumes/EFI/Extra/Extensions.mkext
    umount -f /Volumes/EFI
    rm -rf /Volumes/EFI
    exit
    Reboot!
    Make sure you boot from the hard drive. If everything went ok, you should load into OSX without issues.

    You can also go back into the BIOS and Turn Off Legacy USB

    WORKS:
    --------
    Video Works
    Dual Monitors Works
    WebCam works, but not in Photo Booth (ok in iChat and Webclient of Gmail)
    Ethernet Works
    Audio Works, headphone automatic sensing does not. To switch between the built-in speakers & headphones, use the Settings in OSX to select the output device.
    Microphone works.
    TimeMachine Works.
    Touchpad Works.
    Sleep works. (As long as you made the BIOS settings changes for Legacy USB and Sleep & Charge)
    All USB Ports work.
    SD Card reader works.
    Battery meter works.

    DOESN'T WORK:
    -------------
    Wifi does not work because the NB205's Atheros AR9285 chip is not yet compatible with OSX.
    Bluetooth does not work.

    Links for more Info:
    --------------------
    Boot132: New modified BOOT-132 allows you to boot retail DVDs - InsanelyMac Forum
    Boot132 to USB: [How To] Create bootable USB with BOOT-132 loader - InsanelyMac Forum
    Wingzero619's Guide: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/f181/77504-4.htm
    Et Cetera Blog https://www.joshuaochs.com/Home/Et_C...-_Drivers.html
    i just want to make sure i am correct in my understanding. i have read through the forum several times. does this install method allow for normal automatic updates? sorry if this has already been answered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iulus View Post
    hey ikramerica,

    i have the same model and have the same issues. i installed using wingzero's method and after i installed the voodoo ps2 controller i get the speedy pointer as well. so i wound up not selecting the trackpad but just the ps2 controller and found that it fixes the speedy pointer issue. but i still cant adjust the trackpad as a trackpad just as a mouse. i too am wondering if the trackpad is different on the 210 model than it is on the 310 model. i was just wondering about that as well since i want to install a full retail version. i got the kext from cannontrane a few post back. (thanks by the way) but when i boot up using the boot-132 method the track pad doesnt work at all. i looked at the suplied kext but didnt see any trackpad kext. which just got me wondering which track pad kext do i need? and what kext did you use to install a full retail install.

    i still have a problem with sleep. even after i disabled legacy and sleep and charge. i could put it to sleep fine but when i resume the pointer goes crazy. oh well i can live with out a full functioning sleep.

    and also about this mac still reboots the system. i think i read somewhere that it is a problem with smbios.kext. but i am not sure which one to use. does any one out there know which one i should install before i try every single one out there. it would be much appreciated.
    i will be getting a 210 model tomorrow night. i will give it a try and keep you posted on what i find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow155 View Post
    i was wondering if you were able to get everything working on your hp. wifi, eithernet, etc. thanks
    Pretty much everything worked on the HP Mini 1030NR. I've managed to convert a total of 4 and I have another two to three more I'm going to convert. It's really easy using iDeneb. I upgrade everything to the newest version off OSX 10.5.8. The only thing that doesn't work is the built in microphone. That's the only thing I can think of. Hope this answers your questions.

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    I do apologize for the lack of activity to everyone. I'm currently working on my next project which is converting the new Sony VPCW111XX netbook. I'm also starting a makeshift blog of my blunders and success on how things are going. You can follow it at www.wingzero619.net. Please forgive the lack of content if you decide to take a peak. I'm trying to work on it in between my normal work hours and project time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BJS View Post
    I installed my NB200 with triple boot (OSX, WinXP and Linux) using only USB media and a Windows XP machine to prepare the media. If you need instructions on how to prepare the usb stick from WinXP, let me know.
    I'll review your instructions for preparing the stick. I currently have XP and Ubuntu Netbook Remix installed, using GRUB to boot. I even have an entry for the recovery partition at the end of the drive. First thing I did was burn the recovery disks, so I can remove that partition if needed. Can you post your HD setup as far as partitions and what you did to maintain Grub and have everything still bootable? I'm thinking of just getting a separate hard drive to run OS X on, so I can swap the XP/UNR drive back in when the wife takes it over, but if you can describe how you got XP, Linux AND OS X all playing happily, I'd like to know.

    I forgot one detail: I also have a shared partition I use to house Dropbox. I only have about 1GB of stuff, so I just dupe it since UNR wants /Dropbox and XP wants /My Dropbox. Can't use a single location unfortunately. Anyway, I have space to create another partition to house OS X.

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    I have a triple boot Ubuntu NR / XP/ leopard and things work nicely.
    I started with XP and Ubuntu, and then resized the XP partition from Ubuntu with gparted. It seemed to be important to set the filesystem manually to "af" using fdisk, otherwise iDeneb would refuse to install. I installed iDeneb from USB (which I prepared using MacOS in vmware, yeah, a bit contrived).
    After successfull installation, grub was overwritten and the system booted directly into the first partition, XP. I started ubuntu from a stick to re-install grub in the MBR. I could not figure out how to start mac from grub, so instead I added it to the XP boot.ini as C:\chain0="Mac Os" and copied
    chain0 to the windows partition.
    Now if I want to select mac, I first have to select XP in grub, and then mac in the XP boot. Not elegant but working.

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    After a few minor (and judging by the forum, common) setbacks, my first Hackintosh is a success. My NB205 is currently running Mac OSX 10.5.7.

    Thanks to everyone for all of their hard work putting all this information together.

    I do have one more request, though. Could someone please repost the modified VoodooPS2 trackpad kext? My trackpad is incredibly too sensitive, and the old link to the modified file seems to be broken. The other fixes suggested in the forum haven't worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frogg View Post
    I have a triple boot Ubuntu NR / XP/ leopard and things work nicely.
    I started with XP and Ubuntu, and then resized the XP partition from Ubuntu with gparted. It seemed to be important to set the filesystem manually to "af" using fdisk, otherwise iDeneb would refuse to install. I installed iDeneb from USB (which I prepared using MacOS in vmware, yeah, a bit contrived).
    After successfull installation, grub was overwritten and the system booted directly into the first partition, XP. I started ubuntu from a stick to re-install grub in the MBR. I could not figure out how to start mac from grub, so instead I added it to the XP boot.ini as C:\chain0="Mac Os" and copied
    chain0 to the windows partition.
    Now if I want to select mac, I first have to select XP in grub, and then mac in the XP boot. Not elegant but working.
    You could use Chameleon on the Mac partion, it also looks nice.
    Toshiba NB200 - Dual Boot - OS X 10.6.1 - Windows 7 - 2GB RAM - Mac Software - iLife 09 - iWork 09 - Office 08 - Photoshop CS4 - DELL 1397 WiFi

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    Ignore my last post about my trackpad speed. I found a post I missed early, linking to a solution at InsanelyMac Forum. Thanks.


 

 

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