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iATKOS V7 10.5.7 DVD for Intel/AMD with Guide To Install | 3.5 GB
Iatkos always have a md5 file included so you can check the integrity of the file downloaded, please, always check the md5 before mount the iso or record it, incorrect md5 will lead to corrupt installations.
There is really a lot of different hardware components and brands on the market, this makes so difficult to know if a part (or a combination of them) will be nice for Leopard install... there is a wiki where you can check if you have a compatible/incompatible part here:
It.s for 10.5.2, but if your part is listed there, you have a lot of chances of succeed.
Some estatements before begin:
KERNEL : The main cpu core controller, it interacts with hardware, drivers and user space (in fact it do a lot more, but this is the Mickie thread, so we will not go deeper). XD
VANILLA : this means, "apple compatible", normally we talk about cpu, core2duo are known to be compatible (can use vanilla drivers and kernels), but for example, some nvidia motherboards are known to be vanilla incompatible even using Core2duo...
If you don?t own a core2duo,Core2quad or Xeon, you can?t use vanilla kernels, you must select patched ones, for example, the very famous TOH kernels (Team Of Hackintosh) or the Voodoo kernels.
KEXT : well, this is the mac equivalent to a driver and normally are located under system/library/extensions. Everytime you copy/install a new kext under that folder, permissions must be repaired or it will not load in order to work. You can use kext helper or osx86 tools to install them safely.
If you already use windows, use the computer management panel to create a new partition for Leopard, be sure it?s PRIMARY partition, you can format it as NTFS, later you will reformat to mac filesystem...
GPT OR GUID : The partition scheme for mac, is newer and powerful, it is more efficient than the old MBR partition scheme for PC's.
If you want to Dual boot with XP, you can use MBR scheme or GUID scheme, but install order is different for both types of partition schemes.
If you use MBR, create one partition for windows, one for storage and one for Leopard.
Dont try to create 5 partitions and install Leopard on the fifth, it will not boot.....this is the limit for Leopard sucessful install.
If you use GUID, you must use disk utilities under install dvd or another working Leopard system, Create the first for Leopard, one for storage and one more for windows, use this order and windows will boot. Later, when we arrive to disk utility, i will explain how to format these partitions.
On the cpu and power options (not all bios have this options):
Disable bit: ENABLED
virtualization: DISABLED or ENABLED, try it.
Hyperthreading: DISABLED or ENABLED (Just I7 processors can try enabled.)
On the power options:
HPET: ENABLED (if avaliable).
ACPI 2.0: ENABLED
If you have Sata disk, always try first setting the controller on bios as ENHANCED or AHCI, if it doesnt work, try LEGACY or NATIVE.
Always check your Sata disks are set on the first or second SATA connector on motherboard.
If you have IDE disks, place the dvd reader and the hard disk on the same cable, set the dvd jumper as MASTER and the Hard disk jumper as SLAVE.
Well... lets go to boot the DVD...
- Set CD/DVD device as first device from your bios boot order or press F12(for most motherboards) at start to see boot order list.
Boot with the dvd, when you see the boot prompt of iatkos, press F8, then write this:
This is call a "boot flag" , in this stage of the boot, you can give orders to the DVD or the SYSTEM to do things for you before the system starts, for example, -v (or verbose mode), let you see what is happening on boot on text mode, so if you have any trouble, you can report it more easier.
There are alot of boot flags, but one of them is very useful if you have this problem:
" I try to boot the DVD, but it always restart my machine"
This probably means the kernel used by the dvd as default is not compatible with your CPU, you can especify different kernels located into the dvd and try them to boot the dvd (if one of them works for you, remember the name of the kernel and select it later on install options, so it will get installed for you.
The DVD start default with the kernel Voodoo 9.5 (if you have an I7 processor and want to use this kernel you have to use the bootflag busratio=20)
Boot flags for kernel load:
mach_970 -v ( Newer Voodoo based kernel, better for all I7 cpus and older Intel/AMD hardware).
toh -v (Ancient 9.2 kernel from the Team Of Hackintosh)
ToH 9.2.0 kernel works nice on many types of hardware
If you have troubles booting even using the kernels, then add this flag on boot:
cpus=1 and select DSDT patch on DVD (if you have a Quadcore, the DSDT parcher will not fully repair your DSDT, after install boot again with cpus=1 and post on forum the DSDT.aml file you will have in your root, that file will be hidden).
or combine both.
Well, lets suppose your dvd boot as normally it does. :)
If appears a stop simbol and the dvd keeps "quiet" means it haven?t recognized your hard disk/dvd motherboard?s chipset, go to your bios and play with the SATA options. Try again
If even playing, you can?t avoid the stop sign, try other other Osxinstall DVD?s.
Part 3 :THE DVD BOOTS!!!!
Well, this is supposed the normal thing.
You will see the welcome screen, click next.
Now look on the upper part of the screen , there is a menu, go to utilities, select "disk utilities"
Now the disk utilities will open.... if you have any important information on your disk, please, save it before try any thing from now on... you are adviced, take care as this utility can erase ALL the contents of your disk.
If you have already created a partition for your Leopard and you have windows installed, you are using MBR partition scheme, just selet your Leopard partition, go to erase tab, select Mac os journaled as format filesystem and press apply. Close the window when finished and jump over the next install window.
If your disk is empty, then is a good moment to do the things in a nice way.
Go to the partition tab, select how many partitions you want, put a name without spaces and select Mac os journaled as filesystem.
Look for the options button, click it and then select GUID partition scheme.
I suggest you the first partition for Leopard (Mac os journaled), Second for storage (MSDOS Fat) and a windows partition (MSDOS fat).
Once you are done, click on apply, when finish, close the window and jump to the next window.
Now select the disk you have format for MAC, click continue, you will see the Readme, read a little and click continue, now you will arrive to a window where is the CUSTOMIZE button, click it to get the install options.
In the utilities menu you will find also the bootloaders install, so you can install them onto a Raid system or a USB disk where you restored the install DVD.
Please read the "Read me" on forum to expand this information about bootloader install on Raid systems.
Part 4: INSTALL OPTIONS
Well, here is where you have some options you will have always to select and some others you will have to try till you get the success...
Customize install options:
Iatkos main system: Vanilla Apple main system.
Bootloader Or Chameleon)
Come here to get more information about them.
Extra folder: (placed on your root system partition)
It will be installed when selecting only Chameleon 2 and it is a place where some drivers will install to keep them safe from updates.
Only select it if you have to use the cpus=1 flag to boot the DVD or the installed system.
is a MUST for osx86 to work, select one of them.
SMBIOS : This driver is used to communicate your bios with the system and inform it about your cpu brand, speed, ram memory, blablabla... if it doesn?t gather the information, you can manually edit and add the info ot them.
Please get more information about the specific Smbios driver googling the Smbios driver name.
NOTE: If you select Chameleon 2 bootloader and DON?T select any smbios , chameleon will hardcode for you the SMBIOS information, but on desktops it sets "MACPRO4,1 as default and this will make the system get a kernel panic with TyMCE apple driver, please read the "Remove TyMCE" option on this guide.
Here you can select the Voodoo kernels.
If you don?t select ANy, then Vanilla kernel will be installed by default (get sure your cpu can use a Vanilla kernel first.)
ACPI: or Advanced Configuration and Power management, these files are intended to make your restart/shutdown/sleep more compatible, you may try X86/APIC and check if you get what you need.
first try to install without any ACPI driver to use the vanilla one, if you find issues, try one of them.
DISABLER: This adds to your system a disabler driver, this driver "disables" some apple drivers that screw your install when updating, of course, install it so you can use safely the Apple software update (THIS FEATURE IS FOR VANILLA SYSTEMS THAT CAN RUN STOCK FILES) if your?s is not, read the Safe update IAtkos 10.5.1/2/3/4 thread, that thread will let a non compatible cpu use the feature.
OHR: This driver, originally developed by Psystar, helps on desktop system that have no restart/shutdown capability, try it if you have this issue.
REMOVE TyMCE KEXT: Remove the kext causing some systems using the Macpro4,1 setting to get kernel panic, be sure you install it again before update to 10.5.8 or you will get kernel panic after update.
VGA DRIVERS: Well, i normally recommend don?t install any till you sucessfully finish the install, so you avoid possible graphic driver failures that can confuse you even more... after install you boot again the dvd and try them.
Check if they work, if they don?t work , boot with the kernel flag -x (safe mode) and ask for help on the forum.
If you can?t boot your Nvidia card even don?t selecting any driver, then use the "Remove NVDAResman" , so you can boot on your system without the Apple resolution driver, later you will have to look for the right driver for your card (and be sure that driver includes the driver you have removed).
Don?t select EFI string and injector at the same time, one or the other, please. And just select one injector each time.
SYSTEM: Here are located the hard disk chipset drivers, if you have tried the first time just installing main system, bootloader and stock files and your system/hardisk is fast enought, you don?t need this drivers.
If after first install reboot, you find a stop circle when booting or "still waiting for root device", try these drivers, please, do one by one so you know wich one is for your motherboard when it starts.
Note: If you own a jmicron controller, a nforce one or a via, select it now.
SPEEDSTEP: It let you control the processor speed, auto or manual, very handy for the laptops...
Cardbus driver: This is intended for laptops with PCI problems .
USB: A usb patch for problematic chipsets.
SOUND: you can use VoodooHDA new driver, Azalia basic driver (only speaker support) or AppleHDA from 10.5.6 if you already use a injector for audio (on 10.5.7 injectors for audio are no longer working unless you use the driver from 10.5.6.)
PS2 mouse/keyboard: You can use VoodooPS2 driver with or without trackpad driver, if it fails use the "Classic" Appleps2 driver.
You must use a driver for your PS2 devices or they will not work.
LAPTOP BATTERY: As it?s name claims.....
RAID: Support for Raid installs.
EXT2FS: Linux filesystem read/write support
NTFS-3G: NTFS filesystem read/write support (this driver can make your shutdown delay a little)
NETWORK: If you can find your network card here, select it, if don?t, ask help on forums.
POST INSTALL ACTIONS: Needed for FULL install, if you just install a driver, don?t select it.
Ok, now click next, the dvd will begin to auto test, when it finish, will install, there has been some issues about install failing on the process, if it?s your problem too, please move your mouse every two/three minutes to keep the system asleep till the install finish and check the "IAtkos V7 solutions thread".
Part 5: FIRST REBOOT!
If on the first restart you have a blinking cursor, or operating system not found or hfs error, this means the bootloader has get trouble installing, please, use then the chameleon or Xiezhy bootloader installers located on utilities menu on DVD installer.
Come on! Go to install!. XD
PD: If you want to dualboot with vista or XP, do like this:
Windows xp: after install Leopard, boot your windows xp disk, format the partition for windows a s ntfs and install it, it may tell you somthing about make the partition active and blablabla, say yes, after finish, install EASYBCD for xp and add a osx entry on the boot editor, create it as "generic x86", save changes.
An alternative way without EASYBCD is placing on the root of C: the file chain0 and modify your boot.ini like this:
c:\chain0="Mac OSX Leopard"
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(4)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
In my case, the partition is numbered as "4" cause you must count like this:
1.EFI 200mb partition
In your system, it may vary, check always wich partition number it is, but i think this is easy as EFI is always there if you partition as GPT (GUID) and Leopard is on the second one
For WIndows vista:
If you had installed windows vista on the first partition before install Leopard:
Use vista dvd, boot the dvd, go to repair my computer, then click next, go to command prompt and write this:
select disk 0
select partition 1
If you installed vista AFTER Leopard, then you have to install EASYBCD for windows vista and do the same as XP, add a entry for OSX as generic x86, save changes.
If you want OSX bootloader to take care of everything after repair Vista bootloader, go into diskpart again , but this time, make active the OSX partition, now everything will work as expected.
This little guide is not perfect and things may not happend as i have told you, this is not a exact science and a lot of variables play on this game... please, always think this is a HOBBY, if you really want to use a computer on a PROFESSIONAL environment, please, buy a mac (or for advanced users use other unix based systems on your pc)
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