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Discuss Mac OS X Leopard on Toshiba NB205 Netbook at the Tutorials - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by jstanks didnt't work doesnt notice it when i start it up You're ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jstanks View Post
    didnt't work doesnt notice it when i start it up
    You're having trouble to get your flash drive recognized to boot?
    Make sure your Legacy USB thing is enabled, so it'll be recognized.

    I've ran into this issue... my first try of installing was not successful and after that my netbook stopped recognizing the flash drive as bootable. I switched it with a Windows flash drive and got it recognized, after that, i switched them again and I was good to go.
    I don't know why, but it only works like that.
    This should be good for you if you're having the same problem as I had: getting it recognized 1 time, and then never more.

    And I don't think it's important, but my SATA blablabla on BIOS (below Legacy USB) is on Compatibility mode, and not AHCI.


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    it recognized it the first time and it kernal paniced during the install and now it wont recognize it again and legacy usb is on but i only have 1 8 gb flash drive so yeah

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstanks View Post
    it recognized it the first time and it kernal paniced during the install and now it wont recognize it again and legacy usb is on but i only have 1 8 gb flash drive so yeah
    try adding any other usb device which can be recognized as bootable, i don't think you really need some stuff as a OS on it.
    i have a 1gb mp3 with windows xp on it, it's what i was using to do the "switching" thing.

    but i think anything will be good enough.

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    i tried that and got it to boot up but it kernal paniced during the install with 17 minutes remaining and i tried it again and the same thing happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrological View Post
    Installed SNOW LEOPARD successfully!

    What's working:
    Restart does work.
    Shutdown does work.

    What's NOT working:
    WiFi is not working by default, I can say that.
    Webcam does not work on Photobooth and I don't think it'll work on iChat either.
    Sound is not working.
    Sleep is not working (keep sleeping and coming back in a loop until you open the lid)

    STEPS:

    1. Downloaded Snow Leopard 10A432 dmg file.
    2. Formatted my 8GB Pen drive with 1 partition as MBR.
    3. Restored the Snow Leopard image on my Pen drive.
    4. Ran the NetBookMaker 0.8.2 (link) to make the Pen drive bootable.
    5. Booted on my Toshiba NB200.
    6. Installer had apparently ran ok, used the Disk Utility to format my HDD with 2 partitions (20GB free space for Windows XP and 140GB Mac OS Extended(Journaled))
    7. Customized the installation, removed Printers, Languages and Fonts (I don't think you need to remove Fonts, but I removed and now I'm going to add it again.)
    7. Started the installation.
    8. Finished the installation, rebooted normally.
    9. Booted normally to the welcome screen.
    10. The end.
    11. I ran this "NetBookInstaller" (link), but nothing different happened, I only checked three options: - Install General Extensions / - Enable Remote CD / - Disable hibernation and remove sleep file (recommended).

    PS: This is not enough to make your Toshiba's Snow Leopard usable, so I'm going to try a few more things, adding some kexts and stuff like that, even I'm being a totally novice on that stuff.
    But I'm glad I could help you and share the information that I've installed it successfully.
    If anyone can tell me what I should do next, or what should I try, it'll be really great.

    Another PS: I've read at least 3 different methods to dual boot Windows and Mac OS X, can someone point me the best one to Toshiba NB200?
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    My battery meter is with the X because I removed the battery, so don't worry. I'll also try adding the battery to see if it works good.
    I tried this method, too, to the letter, and I get a kernel panic every time--each time only a few minutes into the installation. To get the system to view the stick again, I had to turn Legacy USB support off and then on again, but it still wouldn't install.

    I'm going to try some other things and check back.


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    yeah idk what to do...

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    Sorry folks, working hard on a better tutorial.
    Posted this on Snow Leopard section instead of Leopard, so other people can see and help: http://www.hackint0sh.org/f217/89878.htm

    There's an updated version of the tutorial, please go there and tell me if you had success.

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    Default Proper OSX 10.6.1 Snow Leopard Installation for Toshiba NB205

    I've posted a proper NB205 SL 10.6.1 guide here in astrological's new SL thread: How to install Snow Leopard on Toshiba NB200/205

    95%+ working - Includes working kexts and DSDT.aml, etc...
    Last edited by noxin; 10-04-2009 at 02:26 AM.

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    Default ideneb 1.5.1?

    Just wondering if I could just download this version of ideneb straight from their website? Would there be any harm is using this dvd to install rather than the 1.3? I've been reading about doing this and this is a great tutorial and want to dual boot my current xp with os x on my nb205. Thanks in advance for any replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzero619 View Post
    @JBauer: You are now authorized to watch my video tutorials.
    @wingzero619: Please grant me access to your video tutorials. Thank you.


 

 

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