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Mac Os X For Msi Windows
AHCI mode [Enable]
- Downloadempireefi_1085_atom.zipthen extract ISO and burn it to a CD. Start your computer using EmpireEFI CD. Wait for the menu screen to come up. Replace EmpireEFI CD with Snow Leopard 10.6.0 or 10.6.3 retail DVD. Wait for the DVD to spin up (20-30 seconds). Press F5 to refresh EmpireEFI menu. You should see Mac OS X Install DVD. Select it and press Enter. Continue with the Snow Leopard installation.
- Use Disk Utility to change your hard drive partition. Create 1 GUID partition for your OSX. Installation may take between 35 to 50 minutes.
- Reboot using EmpireEFI CD. At the menu select your installation hard drive. OSX will boot up and you will be presented with the Welcome Screen. Continue basic setup until you reach Desktop.
- Download and install 10.6.8 Combo Update. Wait for the 'The Installation was successful' message. DO NOT REBOOT !!! Leave this window open and continue to the next step.
- Deselect 'Use secure virtual memory' option (Applications > System Preferences > Security > General)
- Download hackintosh_msi_wind_u100_10.6.8_v3.4.zip package and extract it to your desktop. Package contains the following:
- Chameleon 2.0 RC5 r1526 (thanks Voodoo team)
- 10.6.8 kernel with Atom support enabled (thanks Tea)
- patched DSDT for BIOS Version: 1.0G (2010-01-04)
- all necessary kexts
- installer script
- Start Terminal (Application > Utilities > Terminal)