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> Guida, Installazione S.L 10.6.2 su Intel DP55SB & Core i7 860
Intel-P55 Core i...
post Dec 9 2009, 01:29 AM
Post #1
(spiegazione in inglese)

1- Install Snow Leopard with tonymacx86 method. (only the usb install) don´t install
tonymacx86 method on Final HD with Snow Leopard
2- Download myhack. Google search.
3- Download the 10.6.2 mach kernel on page 28 "Chanelius"
4- Once you have Snow Leopard Ready on your final HD you must install myHack on it (Don´t Install tonymacx86 on the final HD. . Only default. (You must have a Working Leopard HD for this)
5- With Tinker Tool or Show all files you will see the hidden files on your computer, This very important. Then you delete the mach_kernel on the Snow Leopard HD and replace for 10.6.2 mach_kernel.
6- Go to Kexts.com and download in Videocards/Nvidia/Snow Leopard NVEnabler.
7- Go to Kexts.com and download in Audio/ACL888 HD Audio.
8- Now Reboot your system and Snow Leopard will run on DP55WB
The only things that don´t works for me is LAN.

This post has been edited by Intel-P55 Core i7 860: Dec 9 2009, 01:36 AM
Mobo Intel DP55SB Micro ATX
Cpu Intel Core i7 860 @ 2.8Ghz
Ram G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000)
Svga Ati Radeon 3850 256mb (al piu presto lo cambio con la Ati 4890)
Hd Hitachi sata 3 320GB
Hd Samsung sata 3 250GB
Monitor Samsung SyncMaster 2220 Wm
Monitor Sony CPD-G500 (White) 21 inch CRT Monitor
Tastiera Alluminio Apple usb
Mouse usb
RoBy46
post Dec 26 2009, 09:21 AM
Post #2
Ne farai una anche in italiano vero???
Ma per installare questo benedetto leopard bisogna avere il dvd originale e un computer originale mac per creare la chiavetta pèer forza???
Uno che ha solo PC e non ha il dvd originale che fa??
C'è la soluzione vero??
CPU: i5 750 || RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws(2x2GB)1600Mhz PC12800 || GPU: Nvidia Gforce 7200/7300 || MOBO: Gigabyte GA P55 UD4 || LCD: Asus VW266H || Disck: 1 Sata WDC Black 750gb 1 Pata Maxtor 120gb 1 Pata Maxtor 60gb ||
Intel-P55 Core i...
post Dec 27 2009, 08:16 PM
Post #3
Install OS X Snow Leopard Directly from Retail DVD Using Chameleon Boot CD for P55 Motherboards
Posted by tmx86 on Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Labels: 10.6.0, 10.6.2, Core i5 750, Core i7 860, guide, Mac, OS X, P55, snow leopard
Comments: (195)
Using Chameleon's cdboot functionality, it's now possible to install OS X Snow Leopard using the actual OS X Snow Leopard Retail DVD! You won't need access to a working install of Mac OS X. All you need is a Chameleon Boot CD- and for best results, a SATA CD/DVD drive. The method couldn't be simpler.

STEP 1: INSTALL MAC OS X
You will need to set your BIOS for ACHI and your Boot Priority to boot from CD-ROM first. For details and screenshots, check out this previously posted USB Install Method.

1. Download and unzip tonymacx86-P55BootCD.iso (Go to the end of this post for alternate Boot CDs for non-Gigabyte boards, and troublesome components.)
2. Burn to CD.
3. Restart computer with tonymacx86-P55BootCD
4. At Chameleon prompt, replace CD with your Mac OS X Install Retail DVD and press F5.
5. (OPTIONAL) If you have ATI 48xx graphics, type -x. This will boot using safe mode- the only way for you to install currently.
6. When you get to the installation screen, open Utilities/Disk Utility.
7. Format your hard drive to Mac OS Extended (Journaled) using the OS X Installer's Disk Utility. For the purposes of this guide, name it Snow Leopard.
8. Install Mac OS X. If you get an error message at the end of the install- this is normal. Just continue with the guide- if you can't continue, reboot, erase the drive, and try the install again.

STEP 2: MAKE YOUR SNOW LEOPARD DRIVE BOOTABLE
At this point, you have a working install, but you won't be able to boot it without the CD. To make your new installation bootable without the CD, you must install Chameleon and necessary support files to your Snow Leopard drive.

1. Boot back into tonymacx86-P55BootCD
2. Select Snow Leopard drive.
3. Complete OS X Setup Routine.
4. When you get to the desktop, open tonymacx86-P55BootCD in finder.
5. Navigate to tonymacx86-snowleopard folder.
6. Open Apps and open PC EFI 10.1
7. Select Snow Leopard and click Continue.
8. Click Install, and then type your password.
9. Open Applications/Utilities/Terminal
10. Type: sudo rm /Volumes/Snow\ Leopard/boot and type your password. (this deletes the boot file installed from PC EFI 10.1)
11. Close Terminal.
12. Open tonymacx86-snowleopard
13. Click and drag boot, DSDT.aml, and Extra from tonymacx86-snowleopard to Snow Leopard. NOTE: Check the DSDT Database to find a system-specific DSDT.aml for your motherboard.

STEP 3: INSTALL ADDITIONAL KEXTS TO SYSTEM/LIBRARY/EXTENSIONS
There are a few kexts that you can’t use in /Extra/Extensions. These include Ethernet kexts. Also, you’ll need to create new cache files any time you remove or replace kexts. There are a few invaluable programs to allow you to do these tasks effortlessly. They are Kext Utility and Kext Helper b7. You can do all of the things in Terminal, but these apps make it easy and foolproof.

1. Open tonymacx86-snowleopard Apps folder.
2. Drag Kext Utility and Kext Helper b7 to your Applications folder.
3. Open Kext Helper b7.
4. Drag RealtekR1000SL.kext (or Intel82566MM.kext if you have an Intel Motherboard) from System – Library – Extensions into Kext Helper b7.
5. Type your password and click EASY INSTALL.
6. Close Kext Helper b7.
7. Open Snow Leopard drive.
8. Drag /Extra/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application. (This will repair permissions on the folder, backup your cache file, and replace cache file with an updated one.)
9. Drag /System/Library/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application.
10. Open Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility
11. Highlight Snow Leopard in the left column.
12. Click Repair Permissions. You should now have Ethernet access.

STEP 4: UPDATE TO 10.6.2
Upon the release of Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2, and the 27" Intel Core i5 and i7 iMacs, OS X Snow Leopard supports P55 based systems. The update will install the 10.2.0 Vanilla Kernel, as well as a host of security and stability fixes. Details are available on Apple’s website.

1. Download the Mac OS X 10.6.2 Combo Update here:
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/appl...pdatecombo.html
2. Drag your /System/Library/Extensions folder to the desktop. You may need some of the 10.6.0 Extensions later. It’s always good to have a backup before any ‘point’ system update.
3. Right click and rename the folder 10.6.0 Extensions.
4. Mount MacOSXUpdCombo10.6.2.dmg
5. Install MacOSXUpdCombo10.6.2.pkg
6. Reboot.

You're done! You should now have a stable, fully updated, bootable OS X Snow Leopard installation booting the 64-bit kernel.

OPTIONAL INSTALLS:
The following steps (STEP 5 & STEP 6) are optional- you may now be finished!

STEP 5: REPLACE FILES AND REBOOT
This step is necessary if using the LegacyHDA_ALC888B.kext in the Extra folder for audio. You must replace the 10.6.2 AppleHDA.kext with the one from 10.6.1. Because this guide skipped 10.6.1, I included it in tonymacx86-snowleopard. You may use something else such as VoodooHDA.kext, and you’ll never have to replace anything, but I prefer this one as it maps the ins and outs directly for the UD2 motherboard. Most likely the kext will be updated and this step will become unnecessary.

1. Open tonymacx86-snowleopard.
2. Drag AppleHDA.kext from System – Library – Extensions into Kext Helper b7.
3. Type your password and click EASY INSTALL.
4. Close Kext Helper b7.
5. Open Snow Leopard drive.
6. Drag /Extra/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application.
7. Drag /System/Library/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application.
8. Open Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility
9. Highlight Snow Leopard in the left column.
10. Click Repair Permissions.
11. Restart computer.

STEP 6: ENABLE QUARTZ EXTREME AND CORE IMAGE (QE/CI)
This step is necessary only if you don't have the full power of your graphics card already. By default, the com.apple.boot.plist has GraphicsEnabler=Yes is selected, and should work for most cards. You can test if you have QE/CI enabled by pressing F12 (Dashboard) and trying to add a widget. If you see ripples, you have QE/CI enabled.
This step allows OS X to fully recognize and enable the power of your graphics card, like a driver. If you have an nVidia graphics card, you can also use NVEnabler 64.kext which is located on the tonymacx86-snowleopard folder in System-Library-Extensions. This kext is known to solve issues with TV-out.

1. Open tonymacx86-snowleopard.
2. Drag NVEnabler 64.kext from System – Library – Extensions into Kext Helper b7.
3. Type your password and click EASY INSTALL.
4. Close Kext Helper b7.
5. Open Snow Leopard drive.
6. Drag /Extra/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application.
7. Drag /System/Library/Extensions folder onto Kext Utility application.
8. Open Extra folder
9. Drag com.apple.boot.plist to desktop.
10. Double click to open in TextEdit
11. Remove the GraphicsEnabler=yes line.
12. Drag the edited com.apple.boot.plist back to Extra folder.
13. Open Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility
14. Highlight Snow Leopard in the left column.
15. Click Repair Permissions.
16. Restart computer.

The supplied tonymacx86-P55BootCD uses the same files as tonymacx86-snowleopard.zip. This means it has a GA-P55M-UD2 DSDT.aml, all necessary Extensions, the Qoopz 10.6 kernel, and a modified PC-EFI 10.5 cdboot for P55 motherboards. This CD will probably work fine for most P55 boards, but if you have any issues with it, use a system-specific DSDT. You can find a list of working edited DSDTs in the DSDT Database.

To roll your own Chameleon boot CD using custom files, follow these steps.

1. Download tonymacx86-P55BootCD.iso.
2. Create a folder in your home directory called newiso.
3. Copy and paste all contents of tonymacx86-P55BootCD into your new folder.
4. Navigate in your newiso folder to Preboot.dmg.
5. Replace files in Extra with your system's DSDT.aml.
6. Open Terminal.
7. Type: sudo hdiutil makehybrid -o tonymacx86-P55BootCD.iso newiso/ -iso -hfs -joliet -eltorito-boot newiso/usr/standalone/i386/cdboot -no-emul-boot -hfs-volume-name "tonymacx86-P55BootCD" -joliet-volume-name "tonymacx86-P55BootCD"

There you have it- a system-specific Chameleon Boot CD that will allow you to boot and install OS X Snow Leopard directly from the Retail DVD. The easiest and best way to install OS X Snow Leopard! Props to Chameleon, netkas, Prasys, and the entire OSx86 community for all their hard work on Chameleon Boot CD development. Good luck!


http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3315703/tonymacx86...D-beta3.iso.zip

This post has been edited by Intel-P55 Core i7 860: Dec 27 2009, 08:18 PM
Mobo Intel DP55SB Micro ATX
Cpu Intel Core i7 860 @ 2.8Ghz
Ram G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000)
Svga Ati Radeon 3850 256mb (al piu presto lo cambio con la Ati 4890)
Hd Hitachi sata 3 320GB
Hd Samsung sata 3 250GB
Monitor Samsung SyncMaster 2220 Wm
Monitor Sony CPD-G500 (White) 21 inch CRT Monitor
Tastiera Alluminio Apple usb
Mouse usb
Intel-P55 Core i...
post Jan 5 2010, 12:45 PM
Post #4
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Mobo Intel DP55SB Micro ATX
Cpu Intel Core i7 860 @ 2.8Ghz
Ram G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000)
Svga Ati Radeon 3850 256mb (al piu presto lo cambio con la Ati 4890)
Hd Hitachi sata 3 320GB
Hd Samsung sata 3 250GB
Monitor Samsung SyncMaster 2220 Wm
Monitor Sony CPD-G500 (White) 21 inch CRT Monitor
Tastiera Alluminio Apple usb
Mouse usb
RASONE
post Jan 14 2010, 08:16 AM
Post #5
QUOTE (RoBy46 @ Dec 26 2009, 10:21 AM) *
Ne farai una anche in italiano vero???
Ma per installare questo benedetto leopard bisogna avere il dvd originale e un computer originale mac per creare la chiavetta pèer forza???
Uno che ha solo PC e non ha il dvd originale che fa??
C'è la soluzione vero??

crei il cd di boot che è una semplice iso, e segui una qualsiasi guida per retail (ma anche questa col google translator se non sai l'inglese), ovvero una volta masterizzata la iso del cd di boot, lo selezioni all'avvio del pc, ed una volta caricato il bootloader, togli il cd di boot, inserisci il dvd di snow, aspetti qualche secondo, premi f5 ed attendi che compaia l'icona del disco con il nome del cd di snow, scrivi -v -f ed incrocia le dita, se parte, lo installi e al reboot usi il cd invece che per il dvd, quindi senza premere f5, per selezionare la partizione di snow e lo avvii, avviato il sistema devi installare bootloader (chameleon rc4) ed aggiungere i kext per la tua configurazione, meglio ancora se aggiorni alla 10.6.2 per avere supporto nativo al p55 ed all'uso del kernel vanilla, quindi finchè non aggiorni a questa versione dovrai usare un altro kernel ed il kext per p55, comunque è tutto reperibile sul blog di tonymacx86, per lo speedstep devi reperire evospeedstep.kext
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