Snow Leopard 10.6.5 (Build 10.574) Installation and Setup Guide l 4.38 GB
PC (Intel & AMD) and also Virtual Machine (VMware & VirtualBox)
All in one, includes:
1.Mac OS X v10.6
2.Mac OS X v10.6.5 Update
3.Readme & Tutorial
1- This DVD is designed for Non-Apple x86 Intel CPU (or compatible) computers.
Requirements for OSX86:
Minimum: Compatible motherboard, Intel SSE2 CPU (or compatible), 512MB RAM, 15GB free space on target partition, compatible VGA card.
Recommended: Intel Core CPU (or compatible), 1GB RAM, 15GB free space on target partition, Snow Leo compatible nVidia 6600 or newer / ATI X1300 or newer / Intel GMA 950 or X3100 VGA card.
Motherboard (the most important part) should be compatible for booting iATKOS S3 DVD and installing natively.
2- This DVD includes Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard 10.6.3 (10D573) installation, some basic drivers and x86 patches.
3- Make sure that the md5 checksum of your iATKOS iso image matches the one posted on our website. Do this MD5 check just before mounting or doing anything with the iso image! Otherwise you may have a faulty DVD image. Use quality media/burner and burn slowly.
4- MAKE SURE YOU TAKE NOTE OF YOUR Hardware IDs, Device IDs and device names before installing this system. This is very important. If you aren’t sure what devices/hardware you own nor its IDs, then 3 options:
-Boot iATKOS S3 DVD, run “Hardware Info” from Utilities menu and take notes.
-Fire up a Linux Live CD (ie. Ubuntu Live CD), type “lspci -nn” in terminal and take notes.
-Windowsers, get Everest Ultimate Edition and take note of your hardware.
5- Do a google search or surf to InsanelyMac, Hackint0sh, our forum, related OSX86 sites or wiki to find out if your hardware is supported or not. OSX86 does not support a wide range of hardwares like Linux and Windows. Make sure that it is supported before you install. This is very important because after installation you may ask like “how can I get this hardware to work” and people would simply slap you with “it will never work”. This little search will avoid your frustration and anger! Extending your lifespan!
6- If something goes wrong, please don’t panic, Scroll down for the Troubleshooting guide. If that fails, take a screenshot (or a picture) of what went wrong and post it in the forums. Make sure you have done the 3 Revival steps and troubleshooting steps before posting in the forum!
7- Do not forget one thing: IF THE INSTALL ENDS WITH SUCCESS, THEN MOST LIKELY IT CAN RUN ON YOUR HARDWARE. This means if you have a major booting error after installation like kernel panic, “still waiting for root device” error, hang on grey apple screen etc. then this is mostly related to your faulty selections during install, read the instructions carefully and do a very basic install until you boot your new system with success.
The list of SUPPORTED HARDWARES :
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