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how to install iatkos L on an Asus P5GCMX/1333 Motherboard
« on: February 09, 2018, 09:24:25 AM »


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Detailed instructions for installing MacOS X 10.7.2 iATKOS L2 on this motherboard.

Computer Configuration:

CPU - Intel Dual Core E2160 (works)
RAM - 3GB (works, installing more RAM on this motherboard does not make sense because it sees a maximum of 3.4 GB)
SATA - ICH7 (works, but does not display the name of the controller in System Profiler) - SATA HDD and SATA DVD-RW
VIDEO - Intel GMA950 64MB (works, no Quartz Extreme - the restriction of the system itself, the rest of the acceleration, 3D, Video Acceleration - working correctly)
LAN - Attasinc L2 Ethernet (works)
USB - works full-speed USB 2.0
SLEEP / REBOOT / SHUTDOWN - works

additionally installed PCI USB 2.0 controller NEC, PCI WiFi controller TP-LINK WN851ND, USB Bluetooth Adapter D-Link 122 - works
Keyboard and Mouse - Apple USB Keyboard alluminium, Apple USB Mighty Mouse

version of the BIOS - 3.14

1. Setting the jumpers and the BIOS
1.1 on a motherboard switch the jumper USBPWR to position 2-3 (for the correct exit from sleep mode)
1.2 set up the BIOS

- MAIN - IDE CONFIGURATION
ONBOARD IDE OPERATION MODE - ENHANCED MODE
ENHANCED MODE SUPPORT ON - SATA + PATA
IDE DETECT TIME - 5 SEC

- ADVANCED - USB CONFIGURATION
ESB FUNCTION - ENABLE
LEGACY USB SUPPORT - ENABLE (otherwise the keyboard does not work during Bootloader'a)
USB 2.0 CONTROLLER - HIGHSPEED
BIOS EHCI HAND-OFF - ENABLE

- ADVANCED - ADVANCED PCI / PNP SETTINGS
PLUG AND PLAY O / S - NO
PCI LATENCY TIMER - 64 or 128

- POWER
SUSPEND MODE - S3 ONLY
ACPI 2.0 SUPPORT - ENABLE
ACPI APIC SUPPORT - ENABLE

2. Installation of the system - no difference from a flash drive or optical drive.
2.1 use Disk Utility to format MacOS Extended (Journaled) partition type GUID
2.2 set up an additional installation options

- Item BOOTLOADER
CHAMELEON 2.1

- Item BOOTLOADER OPTIONS
GRAPHICS ENABLER
BUILT-IN ETHERNET
ORIGINAL APPLE LOGO
(Attention! if you are installing the system on the GMA 950 video card DO NOT ENABLE 32 BIT PATCH - otherwise the eternal boot is guaranteed, to resolve you should switch to 64bit mode or use -F switch of the Bootloader)

- Item PATCHES
FAKESMC
DISABLER
RTC
EVOREBOOT
IO PCI FAMILY (not sure that necessarily - but I did)

- Item DRIVERS - HARDWARE SENSORS
CPU
MOTHERBOARD

with the given parameters you should pass the correct installation of the end of which the computer restarts

2.3 copy extra.zip contents to a folder Extra in the root of Hard Drive

2.4 install the system kexts from the archive s-l-e.zip

2.5 remove kext AppleHPET.kext out of the folder System/Library/Extensions (if you do not - possible bugs in the USB, although I have not seen, and definitely buggy bottom PCI-slot motherboard (that's what I saw in person)

2.6 rebuild caches using Kext Utility (Google to help)

2.7 audit Bootloader configuration

- Item BOOT FLAGS
TIME OUT - 5

- Item PERIPHERALS
GRAPHICS ENABLER
LEGACY LOGO
ETHERNET BUILT-IN

- Item ADVANCED
ARCH - I386 (set this value if you are using integrated GMA 950 video, if you are working through a PCI Express card - may need to set the X86_64)
RESTARTFIX
GENERATE P-STATES
GENERATE C-STATES

2.8 turn off the computer, wait 10 seconds and turn on the computer - to get the correct load on the system - there will be sound, video acceleration, network. then check that all devices are functioning properly, pay special attention to the work of lower-PCI-slot and USB port

2.9 with DSDT AutoPatcher GUI (Google to help) create dsdt.aml file in the root of the boot disk and put this point to him in Bootloader BIOS - reboot the computer, check the correctness of the operation.
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Re: how to install iatkos L on an Asus P5GCMX/1333 Motherboard
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2018, 06:01:12 AM »
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Detailed instructions for installing MacOS X 10.7.2 iATKOS L2 on this motherboard.

Computer Configuration:

CPU - Intel Dual Core E2160 (works)
RAM - 3GB (works, installing more RAM on this motherboard does not make sense because it sees a maximum of 3.4 GB)
SATA - ICH7 (works, but does not display the name of the controller in System Profiler) - SATA HDD and SATA DVD-RW
VIDEO - Intel GMA950 64MB (works, no Quartz Extreme - the restriction of the system itself, the rest of the acceleration, 3D, Video Acceleration - working correctly)
LAN - Attasinc L2 Ethernet (works)
USB - works full-speed USB 2.0
SLEEP / REBOOT / SHUTDOWN - works

additionally installed PCI USB 2.0 controller NEC, PCI WiFi controller TP-LINK WN851ND, USB Bluetooth Adapter D-Link 122 - works
Keyboard and Mouse - Apple USB Keyboard alluminium, Apple USB Mighty Mouse

version of the BIOS - 3.14

1. Setting the jumpers and the BIOS
1.1 on a motherboard switch the jumper USBPWR to position 2-3 (for the correct exit from sleep mode)
1.2 set up the BIOS

- MAIN - IDE CONFIGURATION
ONBOARD IDE OPERATION MODE - ENHANCED MODE
ENHANCED MODE SUPPORT ON - SATA + PATA
IDE DETECT TIME - 5 SEC

- ADVANCED - USB CONFIGURATION
ESB FUNCTION - ENABLE
LEGACY USB SUPPORT - ENABLE (otherwise the keyboard does not work during Bootloader'a)
USB 2.0 CONTROLLER - HIGHSPEED
BIOS EHCI HAND-OFF - ENABLE

- ADVANCED - ADVANCED PCI / PNP SETTINGS
PLUG AND PLAY O / S - NO
PCI LATENCY TIMER - 64 or 128

- POWER
SUSPEND MODE - S3 ONLY
ACPI 2.0 SUPPORT - ENABLE
ACPI APIC SUPPORT - ENABLE

2. Installation of the system - no difference from a flash drive or optical drive.
2.1 use Disk Utility to format MacOS Extended (Journaled) partition type GUID
2.2 set up an additional installation options

- Item BOOTLOADER
CHAMELEON 2.1

- Item BOOTLOADER OPTIONS
GRAPHICS ENABLER
BUILT-IN ETHERNET
ORIGINAL APPLE LOGO
(Attention! if you are installing the system on the GMA 950 video card DO NOT ENABLE 32 BIT PATCH - otherwise the eternal boot is guaranteed, to resolve you should switch to 64bit mode or use -F switch of the Bootloader)

- Item PATCHES
FAKESMC
DISABLER
RTC
EVOREBOOT
IO PCI FAMILY (not sure that necessarily - but I did)

- Item DRIVERS - HARDWARE SENSORS
CPU
MOTHERBOARD

with the given parameters you should pass the correct installation of the end of which the computer restarts

2.3 copy extra.zip contents to a folder Extra in the root of Hard Drive

2.4 install the system kexts from the archive s-l-e.zip

2.5 remove kext AppleHPET.kext out of the folder System/Library/Extensions (if you do not - possible bugs in the USB, although I have not seen, and definitely buggy bottom PCI-slot motherboard (that's what I saw in person)

2.6 rebuild caches using Kext Utility (Google to help)

2.7 audit Bootloader configuration

- Item BOOT FLAGS
TIME OUT - 5

- Item PERIPHERALS
GRAPHICS ENABLER
LEGACY LOGO
ETHERNET BUILT-IN

- Item ADVANCED
ARCH - I386 (set this value if you are using integrated GMA 950 video, if you are working through a PCI Express card - may need to set the X86_64)
RESTARTFIX
GENERATE P-STATES
GENERATE C-STATES

2.8 turn off the computer, wait 10 seconds and turn on the computer - to get the correct load on the system - there will be sound, video acceleration, network. then check that all devices are functioning properly, pay special attention to the work of lower-PCI-slot and USB port

2.9 with DSDT AutoPatcher GUI (Google to help) create dsdt.aml file in the root of the boot disk and put this point to him in Bootloader BIOS - reboot the computer, check the correctness of the operation.