Saturday, January 24, 2009

Mac OS X Leopard for AMD and Intel

HowTo OSXDISK IS PREPATCHED this is ISO Format so burn image to a disk and your ready to install simply.Install LeopardNow lets install Leopard.Code:1. Optional but Highly recommend: install Tiger first. This can be done by inserting Tiger DVD on your computer and make sure you boot from it. Usually that’s done if you press F8 or F12 or whatever key combination to give you the option to choose what disk/cd drive you want to boot from. Or you can always change boot device in BIOS setup. Select your CD/DVD drive. AndSelect your language and when the welcome screen shows up1. Select Utilities -> Disk Utility2. Select your partition that you want to be OSX and go to the Erase tab3. For Volume Format, select Mac OS Extended (Journaled), set volume name as “Leopard“(no quotes, case sensitive)4. Click Erase. Now the partition should not be grey, it should be black to indicate that it is active.5. Close out of the Disk Utility and move onwards with installation.Use “Customize” option and unselect all packages there. Just install base system. By installing Tiger first, the partition would be properly formatted and activated, which eliminate any potential problem. Now reboot and remove the Tiger DVD.2. Install Leopard.Insert Leopard DVD, and make sure to select booting from DVD. The installer will load(it will take a while, be patient). If you have Tiger installed, don’t format the partition, just install it over the Tiger partition. Otherwise, same approach as Tiger installation, use Disk Utility to setup the partition.Important: Use Customize… button and unselect all packages there. Then proceed to installation. When it’s done, reboot. And make sure that your USB/Pen Drive is connected to your PC.Patch Leopard InstallationAfter the reboot, also make sure you do the same step above: Press whatever key combination to give you the option to choose your boot device: Now Select your CD/DVD drive.Once the setup is loaded(again, long wait, be patient), select your language. When the welcome screens shows up, select UTILITIES-TERMINAL. The terminal will now open. We will now browse to our Thumb Drive;In the command line, type:cd /Volumes/123/filesLets now run the script. This will patch the installation so it will boot properly:./9a581PostPatch.shLet it run. You can answer yes when removing the ACPUPowerManagement.kextReboot.

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