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As this guide was done with the older versions, you can use the same VMware preinstalled image of Mac OS 10.5.5 without modifying ting the XML file on latest Oracle VirtualBox. It is better to virtualize and use the latest version of macOS rather than trying 10-year-old product except you have some specific reason for that.If any of the above solutions did not fix the Windows PC issues, we recommend downloading the below PC repair tool to identify and solve any PC Issues.
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I finally managed to install iDeneb v1 on my P35 chipset machine after the indefinite loop of "DO Not Transfer My Information". How I did it was I first installed your distro on my trusted Compaq v2000 with Intel ICH7 chipset. I then took a ghost image of that drive and transfer to the Asus P35 machine. After installing video and sound(ADI1988B), it worked. In many ways, it works better than different versions before.
Do you know if this will work with the p5q pro? I have Ideneb 1.3 and have my bios modded with the 1406 version. I have the defaults loaded and set the sata controller to ahci. I get it to boot no problem into the installer and it installs ok. I'm using a sata liteon burner. When it goes to restart, I get ebios error xxxxxxx block 64. And it will not boot. Right now my drive is partitioned guid into two separate partitions. I had intentions on installing a retail dvd using either boot-132 method or imaging the retail dvd onto another partition and installing it using a boot patchstick created with syslinux and chameleon. I wasn't able to get the usb boot drive working. I have had success with kalyway 10.5.2 though it seems buggy and restarts require the kalyway dvd to be in to launch the boot loader, otherwise I will get the ebios error. It seems like it's a kext file that's not loaded properly with the chameleon boot loader though, I'm not sure what kext files are loaded with the kalyway disk. Any thoughts?
iDeneb 1.5.1 10.5.7, only version I got to boot with this machine, tried Snow Leopard too but would not start after install. Installed using 512MB USB Stick with NBI bootloader and 8GB USB stick with iDeneb installation image.
When Apple released the Developer Preview 1, a Russian Hackintosh developer usr-sse2 was the first who created a method to install Lion. The method consists of deploying Mac OS X v10.7 image on a flash drive, and booting from it via XPC UEFI Bootloader (See DUET below). After some changes were made to the Chameleon source code, it became possible to boot Lion with an updated version of Chameleon. After a while Dmitrik also known as Bronzovka had luck with creating a kernel that supported AMD systems; after a few months (10.7.3 V2 With AMD Support) and iAtkos L2 (10.7.2 Only Intel) were released.
Now head to the Install/Update Clover screen from the sidebar, select the CLOVERX64.efi radio button, and click the Check Now button in the bottom right-hand side of the screen. If an update is available, the top half of the screen will update to show this (as seen in the screenshot above). If this is the case, click the Update button to have the Configurator download the installer of the recent-most version.
You are now ready to update macOS. Head on over to your System Preferences Software Update, and start downloading your updates if you haven't already. At the time of writing this guide, 10.14.3 was the recent-most version of macOS as can be seen below.
First, you will need to figure out how to get a browser running. Hopefully you can see the dock, and you can then click on safari or firefox. Go to _erzx1/?token=f1f7bafad865b9b06bb1ebf4301fc029 and download a new DAVKit.framework. This has become broken during the install. If you see error messages regarding other frameworks or files (from the console, which you can access thru spotlight), post here and see if someone will be nice enough to share a repaired version of the framework.