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Install OS X 10.7 Lion via Download - The quintessential tutorial to install the download version of OS X 10.7 \"Lion\" on a PC with compatible hardware using xMove and Multibeast from tonymacx86. The same site also covers upgrading a Hackintosh to OS X Lion 10.7.1, 10.7.2, 10.7.3, 10.7.4,and 10.7.5.
Preparations:Now, for the two practical options you need to download the Leopard distribution. The latest one out on the internet is from a development team named iDeneb. They have the latest Leopard release - 10.5.5, so go to a popular torrent site (I cannot link or suggest one for legal reasons) and if you happen to type in something similar to \"iDeneb 10.5.5\" you might happen to find what you need. Unless you have a crazy good connection, expect to wait at least half a day for the whole thing to download. It is a large file and will take a considerable time to acquire.Then you need to burn the .iso file to the blank DVD. I like to use a free program called ImgBurn. You can download it here -2646_4-10847481.htmltag=mncol
If youve never booted from a CD or DVD on your system, then follow the outlined steps. If you already know how then just skip the next paragraph.Insert the dvd into your dvd drive and shutdown the computer. Then whenever the computer boots up, pay attention to if it says anything about boot sequence or BIOS setup in the first few seconds of booting. For most Dell systems that Ive come across the Boot Sequence option can be reached by hitting F12 at startup. For HP it is usually F2. Other BIOSs might be Del or any of the F keys. Then select your CD/DVD drive, and the computer will boot from it after hitting enter.And now the possible difficulties begin. If you wait a while and let the DVD boot up, it will eventually say something like \"Press any key to begin or F8 for options . . .\" (I know it isn't exactly that, but it is similar), if you press any key the next screen pops up:Now, if your CD/DVD drive is still spinning at this point and the light is working, than chances are you are perfectly fine, nothing to worry about. But unfortunately with this particular distribution of OSX86, there are some issues with older hardware. You will need to go through a lengthy process in order to get back on the right track to install Leopard. From what I've seen the problem mostly involves NVidia chipsets, but it could be other hardware that causes its malfunction as well. Here is the website that has the patch, you may be able to find instructions as to how it is used as well. (It involves messing with the .iso file that you downloaded earlier, and you will need some basic knowledge of the Windows command line or Linux Terminal)The Patch website: -en/homepage/58-ideneb-v13-1055-nforce-patch.htmlRemember when i said in the materials needed section that you may need 2 blank DVD-R's It's because if you have this problem you will need to burn the patched .iso to a new disk in order to use it.The link shown above is part of the iDeneb website. If you have further problems with this particular distro, consult that website and the forums at InsanelyMac.(Also, when first booting the DVD at the part where it prompts with \"press any key . . .\" press F8 and then -v in order to boot in diagnostic mode. This may be useful for troubleshooting)
You need to use your windows recovery discs (or make recovery floppies (search for xp recovery floppies on the microsoft download center.)) Then boot with the recovery disc, and go into the recovery console. Enter fixmbr and then fixboot and restart. (If this doesn't work, then type them in the opposite order, I'm not really sure which way they go.) This should solve your problems.
Next, go to the root of this USB drive and create a folder called com.apple.recovery.boot. Then move the downloaded BaseSystem or RecoveryImage files. Please ensure you copy over both the .dmg and .chunklist files to this folder:
On the new Hackintosh, go to the web browser and download MountEFI. This is the same program you used before, if you created the installer on a mac. After clicking the link, click the \"Code\" button, then \"Download ZIP\".
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.
In my case, after installing macOS into a Virtual Machine according to these instructions (running macOS installer from an ISO downloaded from Apple), on first boot, the boot partition was present but unconfigured (probably no boot image installed). After manually directing EFI to boot into macOS for the first time, macOS automatically fixed-up the boot partition, and subsequent boots worked properly. 153554b96e