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Snow Leopard 10.6.2 For PC v.2[Installation Fully Explained - All in One]

Note: Before install you should Download EasyBCD to dual boot with Windows 7 or Vista.
nstall options
Mac OS X Update:
Mac OS X 10.6.1 Update
Mac OS X 10.6.2 Update Combo

Boot Loaders:
Chameleon RC3 PCEFI 10.3
Chameleon RC3 PCEFI 10.5

Kernels:
Intel Atom Kernel 10.2.0
Legacy Kernel 10.2.0 Intel AMD
Mobdin Kernel 10.0 AMD Only

Graphic:
ATI HD 2600 Fix
GMA3500
GMA X4500
ATY_init
ATI 48X0 IDs Injector
Graphic Enabler
EVOenabler for Extra / Extensions
EVOenabler for System / Library / Extensions
EVOenabler ATI HD 4870 Extra / Extensions
EVOenabler ATI 4830 System / Library / Extensions
Legacy ATI 4800
NVEnabler
NVInject
Remove ATI4500 and ATI 4600 Controller - Support for ATI 4850

Audio:
AppleAzaliaAudio
AppleAzaliaAudio ADI 1981
AD1988b Fix
AppleHDA
HDAIDT Driver for HP M311
Envy M-Audio
ALC662 for Gigabyte
ALC883 for Gigabyte
ALC888b for Gigabyte
ALC889a
Voodoo 0.2.52 new

LegacyHDA:
LegacyHDA 885
LegacyHDA 888
LegacyHDA 889
ALC 889 HDA MIC Panel Hd x86 - 64
ALC889 Legacy for EVGA X58

Network:
Atheros Fix 10.6.2
RTL8139 Ethernet
BCM 5787M Ethernet
RTL8169 Ethernet
BCM 5755M Ethernet
D-Link DWL G520
Legacy Yukon 2
Marvel-Yukon 88E8056
Skge

Laptop:
AppleACPIBatteryManager
FunctionFlip - Bightness control
MACam
VoodooBattery
VoodooMonitor
VoodooPower
VoodooPowerMini
VoodooPS2Trackpad

System Support:
AHCI SATA Fix Extra / Extensions
Legacy SATA Fix
AppleRTC
LegacyAppleRTC
ElliotForceLegacyRTC
AppleUpstreamUserClientDisabler
FramebufferDisabler
JMicronATA Injector
LegacyAppleIntelPIIXATA Fixed
IOATAFamily Fix
IOATAFamily SATA Fix Extra / Extensions
SMBIOSResolver
UUID
Dsmos
Fakesmc 1.0

AMD
AdditionalFonts
X11
Rosetta
QuickTime 7

The list of utilities included in the standard installation
AppCleaner
BetterZip
Colloquy
Disk Order
EFIStudio
IORegistryExplorer
Kext Utility
OSX86Tools
Pacifist
PPFMaster
Property List Editor
Smultron
StuffIt Expander
uTorrent

List of cakes included in the standard installation
AHCIPortInjector
AppleACPIPS2Nub
AppleATIATA
AppleIntelGMA950 Fixed
AppleIntelGMAX3100FB Fixed
AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer Fixed
AppleIntelPIIXATA
AppleNForceATA
ApplePS2Controller
AppleVIAATA
ATAPortInjector
AttansicL1eEthernet
Disabler
EvOreboot
Fakesmc
Intel82566MM
IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector
IOATAFamily Fixed
IOPCIFamily Fixed
JMicronATA Fixed
LegacyJMB36xSATA
nForceLAN
NullCPUPowerManagement
OpenHaltRestart
PlatformUUID
RealtekR1000SL
Sleepenabler
SuperNForceATA
SuperVIAATA
VoodooHDA




1) The Snow Leopard can be loaded by default in 64-bit mode. Who can not boot into 64-bit mode or wants ispolzvat 32-bit, prescribes the menu boot-v arch = i386 or arch = i386
2) AMD user - right after installation go to folder "Programs", we find there a utility Marvin's AMD Utility, open, select the very last option (Patch all binaries), select the folder / System and click Run. Without this step will not work with the program to bind CPU ID (eg iTunes).
3) If for some reason the image does not install from the disk (eg Still waiting for root device), you can try to install from the Leopard desktop is installed on a separate hard (section), or stick.
For those who installed from beneath ANOTHER LEOPARD! If you mount an image you will have an orange box and it is empty. You need to unhide these files (you can use a tool) to see the contents. Then go to System / Installation / Packages and run OSInstall.mpkg and follow the instructions of the installer.




MD5 - 8DF10E97E27BD38BC7FD96D97CB7A917

System requirements:
- CPU Intel / AMD with support for SSE2 SSE3
- 512 MB RAM
- 128 MB Graphics Card
- 7-8 GB of free disk space

Title:Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 [SSE2-SSE3]
Year: 2009
Version: 10.6 (10.6.1-10.6.2)
Platform: PC
Language: English Russian
Tabletka: Not required

Introduction For Beginners


This guide is prepared for newbees of OSX86 who are interested to run OSX on their ordinary P.C. but not aware with OSX dictionary. Most of migrator comes from Windows platform & never heard about Kernel,Kext,Vanilla etc. Forums are the best place for finding information.I have collected some information from the major OSX86 sites about these basic terms lets take a quick look.



Q. What are kexts ?

Ans. Kexts, or kernel extensions are drivers that are installed to /System/Library/Extensions/.Kext files often have the ?.kext? extension and allow for extra hardware support and and in the case of OSx86, to replace Appleʼs original drivers with ones that are optimized for use on PCs.
Where are kext located?
kext are not files rather a folder (disguised as a file),

Leopard holds kext files/folders in the /System/Library/Extensions folder,
at boot time the relevant kext are uploaded from Extensions.mkext this is a cachefolder that contains kext related to the installed hardware,

you can delete it, if Leopard can?t find it, it will create it again,

you can also state to rebuild it from darwin prompt at boot time using the switch -f see this post for further information.
How to Install a new Kext?


cd /System/Library/Extensions
mv KextName.kext KextName.old (where kextName stands for the kext you want to replace)this will rename the kext and this way back it up, it is highly recommended, warmly advised, very important to follow this step, it saved my OS many times

cd /path/to/new/kext (put your downloaded kext path here)
cp -R KextName.kext /System/Library/Extensions

next you need to fix permissions so the kext can be executed by OS user (root/system)

cd /System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 KextName.kext
chown -R 0:0 KextName.kext (this will set the ownership on files to system user (root))
rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext (this will reset all kext caching done by OSX)


Q. What is a kernel ?

Ans. A kernel is in short terms the ?core? of the operating system. It controls basically all low level operating functions. Kernels exist in all Linux and UNIX based systems, including Mac OS X. In Mac OS X the kernel is located in the root of your hard drive (/) and is named ?mach_kernel? by default. If you have a vanilla based system (see below) then replacing the kernel is most likely not necessary, however if you have an AMD or SSE3 incapable processor then a patched kernel will likely be required.




Q. What is DSDT ?

Ans. DSDT is a part of ACPI. Actually DSDT tells OS how to interract with the hardware (simplified way of telling it). OSX has an incomplete ACPI implementation which supports only a subset of DSDT. By replacing DSDT we can declare essentially the same interface but in the way that OSX understands. This potentially can solve nearly any ACPI-related problem (except if OSX bypasses ACPI). Other usage case is emulating by the means of DSDT features or hardware components not present on your system. But this is limited to devices that use ACPI.


Q. What is DSDT patching?

Ans. This is an area very rarely delved into, and is something that some of even the most experienced users dare not venture. In reality, its not dangerous, it just can be painfully hard at times. DSDT is a table found in your computerʼs BIOS that controls ACPI (power, time, etc.) functions. Starting at OS X 10.5.6 Apple decided to start checking for faulty DSDTs when it boots. Obviously the PCs DSDT comes back as faulty so it will not boot. The only way to counteract this is to make a dump of the DSDT in the BIOS and patch it properly for Darwin. First of all, you need a modified bootloader that will support DSDT override. This installer includes just that, using the ?Install PC_EFI v9 Chameleon Edition 1.0.12? checkbox. Now you need a patched DSDT file that will be copied to / dsdt.aml. To create DSDT dumps you can use the DSDT Patcher (also included in the Extras folder) but this is an advanced method, and often UOI plugins will include a DSDT file that you can install easily with this installer. However beware, even if you have the same motherboard DSDTʼs can vary by BIOS version so try to make sure that you have the same BIOS version as what is specified in the plugin.


Q. Difference between SMC & RTC ?

Ans. The SMC is basically System Management Controller. By resetting the SMC you can resolve some computer issues such as not starting up, not displaying video, sleep issues, fan noise issues, and blah-2. While The Real Time Clock (RTC) is a chip on the logic board that controls the date and time functions of the computer. If the computer is experiencing a booting issue, resetting the RTC may resolve it.




Installation Guide

Q. What is a vanilla compatible system ?
Ans. A vanilla compatible system is a computer capable of running OSx86 with minimal modifications (no patched kernel, compatible with Apple software updates). You have a vanilla capable system if: you have a Core 2 based processor.

Q. What is EFI emulation ?

Ans. EFI is the Extensible Firmware interface found in real macs. EFI is basically the ?BIOS? of a Mac. For a computer to be properly recognized as a mac and to have the most compatibility it must have EFI. The problem here is that PCs do not have EFI.Developers have counteracted this problem by using EFI emulation which enables basic EFI function calls through a specially modified bootloader. EFI distributions for OSx86 include PC_EFI and Chameleon. Nearly all OSx86 installs have some form of EFI emulation installed, so this is not necessarily something to worry about. EFI emulation is required to use vanilla (unpatched) kernels and kexts, and to use GUID partition maps and EFI strings (more on that below)



Before you Start:

-this DVD Made for Non-Apple Computers only so don't try it with Apple Hardware

-Snow Leopard Will run on both 32/64 bit PCs but better you have a 64 BIt Processor

- Better use PS2 Mouse and Keyboard

- Back-up All your Data Before Installation [Better Use a Empty Hard Drive ]

-Check your Processor For SSE2, SSE3 And 64 Bit compatibility With this tool
The Following Programmes will not work on a H@ackintosh

-Boot-camp
-And Some utilities

ISO Info


Title: Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 [SSE2-SSE3]
MD5 - 8DF10E97E27BD38BC7FD96D97CB7A917
Size: 4.4 GB
Type : Single Layer DVD

Snow Leopard Info

Version : 10.6.2 Combo]
Platform: PC [Intel/ AMD] [SSE2-SSE3] [better USe 64 Bit Processor
Language: English Russian
Modified: Lots of Drivers Kext and Fixes

Whats Included Detail :
Install options
Mac OS X Update:
Mac OS X 10.6.1 Update
Mac OS X 10.6.2 Update Combo

Boot Loaders:
Chameleon RC3 PCEFI 10.3
Chameleon RC3 PCEFI 10.5

Kernels:
Intel Atom Kernel 10.2.0
Legacy Kernel 10.2.0 Intel AMD
Mobdin Kernel 10.0 AMD Only
Installation Guide
if you want dual boot Guide go here
http://www.taranfx.com/how-to-install-m ... -dual-boot


Screenshots.
Things you Need

- A PC with a Intel or Amd processor [SSE2, SSE3 64 Bit Processor][SSE2-SSE3]
-An Empty hard Drive
-At-least 1 GB of Ram
-DVD-Rom Drive
- An Empty DVD-R
-Image Burner Software [Nero/BurnAware/..]
-A Pepsi or Coke Bottle [optional]


Things you have to do before Installation

Setup Your Bios

first try to install in a Default Bios Mode if you have problem try the following things
Special Notes :

American Mega-trends Bios Mainbards [Biostar,Foxconn,Gigabyte..]

1.Disable EHCI (set it to ?disabled? its right down under USB Legacy support)

2.Disable Speedstep its under CPU settings.

Intel and Asus

1. Disable All Power Saving Features
2. No problem With SATA AHCI Features

if you have EP45-UD3R (and similar) BIOSes Please Disable All these Things if Previous Installation failed with Default Bios


-CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)
-C2/C2E State Support
-CPU EIST Function
-C4/C4E State Support
-Virtualization Technology
Preparing Snow Leopard DVD
Step 1
1-Extract Archives And Burn the ISO in a DVD-R normally with nero or something

2-Now Restart the PC with Snow Leopard DVD inside [make sure you Have backed up all your Data or Using a New or empty Hard Drive]

Press F8 and Boot into Snow Leopard
#Other Guides
Note:Please Read all the Guides listed Here as all the Problems and other method explained here clearly

I boot Method[Intel Only]
The iBoot method is designed and tested for any desktop or laptop running the latest line of Intel processors, the Core i3/i5/i7s. I have had reports of success with older machines as well including CoreDuo, Core2Duo, and even Pentium 4. However, AMD processors are not supported.
YOU WILL NEED

* A computer running an Intel Processor
* A blank CD
* A copy of the Mac OS X Snow Leopard DVD
* To leave any fear of your computer at the door.
* Patience and humility- it may not work out perfectly the first time- but with enough tenacity and grit, you'll reach the promised land. It's easy to get frustrated, but don't give up!


BEFORE YOU BEGIN

* If you have greater than 4gb of RAM, remove the extra RAM for a maximum of 4gb. You can put back any extra RAM in after the installation process.
* Use only 1 graphics card in the 1st PCIe slot with 1 monitor plugged in.
* Remove any hard drives besides the blank drive being used for OS X.
* Remove any USB peripherals besides keyboard and mouse.
* Remove any PCI cards besides graphics- they may not be Mac compatible.
* If using a Gigabyte P55 board, use the blue Intel SATA ports- not the white Gigabyte SATA ports.
* It's best to use an empty hard drive- you will have to partition and format the drive.
* Always back up any of your important data.

BIOS SETTINGS

You will need to set your BIOS to ACHI mode and your Boot Priority to boot from CD-ROM first. This is the most important step, and one many people overlook. Make sure your bios settings match these. It's not difficult- the only thing I did on my Gigabyte board besides setting Boot Priority to CD/DVD first was set Optimized Defaults, change SATA to AHCI mode, and set HPET to 64-bit mode.
# Download iBoot
# Burn the image to CD
# Place iBoot in CD/DVD drive
# Restart computer
# At Chameleon prompt, eject iBoot
# When you get to the installation screen, open Utilities/Disk Utility
# NOTE: If you can't get to the installation screen, retry the process, but type -x at the screen above. This will enter Mac OS X Safe Mode, which will allow you to proceed.
# Partition your hard drive to GUID Partition Table
# Format your hard drive to Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
# For the purposes of this guide, name it Snow Leopard. You can rename it later.
# Close Disk Utility
# When the installer asks you where to install, choose Snow Leopard
# Choose Customize? and uncheck additional options. This will hasten the install process. You can always install this stuff later.
# At the end of the installation, you may get an Install Failed: Mac OS X Cannot Be Installed on this Volume, as shown in the photo below. This is normal- and happens every time with the patched kernel that's loaded from iBoot. (You'll get a friendly Install Succeeded if you used iBoot Supported, because it uses the Vanilla kernel.)
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