Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 24 May 2011, 02:40

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Files for Asus Mobos/Notebooks

-Extra folder

iMac9,1 / Core2Duo 775
Extra iMac9,1.zip

iMac11,1 / Core i 1156
Extra iMac11,1.zip

iMac12,1 / Core i 1155
Extra iMac12,1.zip

MacBook4,1 / Core2Duo Mobile
Extra MacBook4,1.zip

MacBookPro6,1 / Core i Nehalem Mobile
Extra MacBookPro6,1.zip

MacBookPro8,1 / Core i SandyBridge Mobile
Extra MacBookPro8,1.zip

MacPro3,1 / Core2Quad 775
Extra MacPro3,1.zip

MacPro4,1 / Core i 1366
Extra MacPro4,1.zip

MacPro5,1 / Core i 1366
Extra MacPro5,1.zip


-Boot CD

HackBoot V5
Darwin Kernel 10.5.0(Core, Core2 e Core i Nehalem)
http://www.sendspace.com/file/ssj81b

HackBoot V6
Darwin Kernel 10.8.0(Core, Core2 e Core i Nehalem e SandyBridge)
http://www.sendspace.com/file/zc27gv

-Snow Leopard Retail DVD
Snow Leopard Retail

-DSDT Auto-Patcher
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=131

Installation

Boot the HackBoot CD
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Remove the CD, insert Snow Leopard DVD, wait a few seconds and press F5, then select the DVD and press Enter.

After booting the DVD and selecting your language, wait for the "Install Mac OS X" screen. Go to menu "Utilities --> Disk Utility”, select the HD you want to format and click the "Partition" tab. In the "Volume Scheme" combo, choose how many partitions you want. Below, in "Options", choose "GUID", then select "Mac Os Extended (Journaled)", click the apply button and wait.
diskutility.jpg

guidb.jpg


With this process done, close Disk Utility.
Select the destination HD and go on with the installation.

After the installation, boot using HackBoot again.

The system is running but it needs HackBoot to start, so we have to install the boot loader (Chameleon), the essential kexts and the patched DSDT.

Post installation

1- Copy the Extra folder to your boot partition
Important: for versions 2.0 GM and 2.1 of Chameleon, the file com.apple.Boot.plist must be renamed to org.chameleon.Boot.plist
2- Install Chameleon (in Snow Leopard or EFI partition)
3- Run DSDT Auto-Patcher and copy the generated DSDT to the Extra folder
4- Update the system to 10.6.7

Restart using -v (boot verbose)

Vanilla power management (SpeedStep) and Restart fix Use Chameleon
Added in boot.plist
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<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>


Realtek RTL81xx Driver
http://lnx2mac.blogspot.com/p/realtekrtl81xx-osx-driver.html

USB 3.0 Driver for Mac OS
http://www.lacie.com/us/more/index.htm?id=10112

AD1988b
AD1988bFix.kext.zip

AD2000b
AD2000b.kext.zip

AppleHda
AppleHDA_10.6.2.kext.zip

Voodoo Ps2
PS2.zip

AppleHdaDisabler
AppleHDADisabler.kext.zip

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Credits and thanks to El Coniglio, oldnapalm and all people in the community who developed the original patches and kexts.
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 14 Jun 2011, 19:14

Can anyone help with this...

I have an Asus mobo, Striker Extreme Nvidia 680i Chipset.

Will this work for me? I notice my mobo isnt on the list at the top.

It does not support ACHI, and i cant get SATA HDD's to appear in Disk Utility for installation.

Thanks

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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 14 Jun 2011, 19:18

ctuprde wrote:Can anyone help with this...

I have an Asus mobo, Striker Extreme Nvidia 680i Chipset.

Will this work for me? I notice my mobo isnt on the list at the top.

It does not support ACHI, and i cant get SATA HDD's to appear in Disk Utility for installation.

Thanks

ctuprde

try it
http://blog.nawcom.com/?p=446
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 14 Jun 2011, 19:36

MaLd0n wrote:
ctuprde wrote:Can anyone help with this...

I have an Asus mobo, Striker Extreme Nvidia 680i Chipset.

Will this work for me? I notice my mobo isnt on the list at the top.

It does not support ACHI, and i cant get SATA HDD's to appear in Disk Utility for installation.

Thanks

ctuprde

try it
http://blog.nawcom.com/?p=446


So use that as the bootcd instead of Hackboot?
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 14 Jun 2011, 19:43

ctuprde wrote:So use that as the bootcd instead of Hackboot?


Yep
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 14 Jun 2011, 20:29

MaLd0n wrote:
ctuprde wrote:So use that as the bootcd instead of Hackboot?


Yep


Got as far as using the DSDT Auto Patcher - May i have some guidance how to use it?

Thanks
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby MaLd0n » 14 Jun 2011, 20:57

ctuprde wrote:
MaLd0n wrote:
ctuprde wrote:So use that as the bootcd instead of Hackboot?


Yep


Got as far as using the DSDT Auto Patcher - May i have some guidance how to use it?

Thanks

send me files
download/file.php?id=217
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 14 Jun 2011, 22:33

Here you go, thanks very much for help.

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Postby MaLd0n » 14 Jun 2011, 23:57

ctuprde wrote:Here you go, thanks very much for help.

ctuprde
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Re: Snow Leopard on Asus Mobos/Notebooks

Postby ctuprde » 15 Jun 2011, 01:28

MaLd0n wrote:
ctuprde wrote:Here you go, thanks very much for help.

ctuprde
send_me.zip

dsdt.ctuprde.zip


Wow, thanks for that! Ok so I did the steps above, and rebooted in -v mode, but I get a 'still waiting for root device' error, and it doesn't boot.

However, when I boot using the bootcd, it does boot.

Any ideas?

Thanks again!
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