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    Not a problem. Thanks for taking the time to do that


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    Quote Originally Posted by gverrault View Post
    Not a problem. Thanks for taking the time to do that
    Before I list it out, I am going to make an attempt to zip it up and host it.

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    Okay here's what the Hackint0sh community has been waiting for. The Toshiba NB205 Essentials Package and the full blow installation guide. Please post up your success or problems after using my guide. It has taken me weeks to compile a usable installation package that I have gathered from visiting, reading and extracting from various sites. This is my contribution to all of you who have put your sweat, blood and tears into Hackint0shing! Again, please review the videos I put up on YouTube for confirmation of what I declared as working:

    YouTube - Toshiba NB205 running OSX Leopard Functions 1 of 3

    YouTube - Toshiba NB205 running OSX Leopard Functions 2 of 3

    YouTube - Toshiba NB205 running OSX Leopard Functions 3 of 3

    Toshiba NB205 Essentials Package


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    is it possible to install this without using an external dvd drive? say by using an external harddrive that connects to usb?

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff000 View Post
    is it possible to install this without using an external dvd drive? say by using an external harddrive that connects to usb?

    thanks.
    @jeff000: yes you can. You need to create an image/backup of the iDeneb installation disc on to a flash drive that is at least 8gb. I believe you have to patch it with chameleon as well. I am not too sure on the last one but creating the image would be the alternate method. Hope I answered your question well.


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    Thanks wingzero619, great guide i will do this after i buy 2gb ram and get a ide to usb convertor. =D

    Also can you give me advise on dual booting Win7 and OSX, i presume i would install osx first then win7 on a separate partion and then set up dual booting in win7 using some sort of program.

    Thanks
    Last edited by JA53N; 07-20-2009 at 02:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JA53N View Post
    Thanks wingzero619, great guide i will do this after i buy 2gb ram and get a ide to usb convertor. =D

    Also can you give me advise on dual booting Win7 and OSX, i presume i would install osx first then win7 on a separate partion and then set up dual booting in win7 using some sort of program.

    Thanks
    @JA53N: No problem. I'm glad to hear you'll be using my guide after your purchases. On dual booting, I would suggest using boot camp. I believe you are able to download this from Apple's website at no charge. If not, I'm sure a simple Google search will give you guidance on how to obtain it. I've used boot camp in the past and it was fine. I tried VMware Fusion on the Toshiba, but it was very slow. So I got rid of it. Boot camp would probably be your best bet at the moment. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JA53N View Post

    Also can you give me advise on dual booting Win7 and OSX, i presume i would install osx first then win7 on a separate partion and then set up dual booting in win7 using some sort of program.

    Thanks
    @wingzero: Thanks very much for the detailed guide.

    @JA53N:

    I'm using wingzero's setup except I've patched iDeneb with the new version of chamelon, in order to have a graphical bootloader. I had XP installed first, used a gparted live CD to shrink the partition, then installed OS X on the new partition available.

    The Darwin Bootloader that comes with iDeneb 3 will allow you to choose which partition to boot into, however, the new version of chameleon adds a graphical interface and a prettier boot screen ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drewligarchy View Post
    @wingzero: Thanks very much for the detailed guide.

    @JA53N:

    I'm using wingzero's setup except I've patched iDeneb with the new version of chamelon, in order to have a graphical bootloader. I had XP installed first, used a gparted live CD to shrink the partition, then installed OS X on the new partition available.

    The Darwin Bootloader that comes with iDeneb 3 will allow you to choose which partition to boot into, however, the new version of chameleon adds a graphical interface and a prettier boot screen ...
    @Drewligarchy: Do you have any screen shots or pictures of the new version of Chameleon? I'm curious to see what the new GUI looks like while you're setting up.

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    Default Thanks, wingzero

    Yo, wingzero...

    Thanks much for the detailed post.

    I'll give it a try.

    Appreciate the essential pack as well.

    Much obliged,
    JBauer...


 

 

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