operating system on non-Apple personal computers with x86 architecture on x86-64 processors.
The effort started soon after the June 2005 Worldwide Developers Conference announcement that Apple would be moving its personal computers from Power PC to Intel microprocessors.
I am not very good with wiki's, so the format of this page is gonna be a little rough. showtopic=12933 Put it on a USB stick formatted FAT32 (or HFS if you please). 1) Make sure you have everything downloaded that I listed in the pre-requirements. 5) On the main screen, make sure the IDE drive is primary master and the DVD is secondary master.
I'm open to people helping smooth the flow out as long as none of the content gets removed though :) So, onto the good stuff. Let me give credit where its due, I did utilize a few instructions that is in the 10.5.1 installation how-to for AMD that is linked on this wiki. 2) Burn the Kalyway install to a DVD (single layer is all is required). 6) *OPTIONAL*Disable the Silicon Image Controller under Peripherals (for the sake of faster booting really.
Enter your user password and then type “while sleep 1 ; do rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/Apple Intel CPUPower ; done” without the quotes.
Keep this window open while you run the downloaded update and install it.
These machines used Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) platform firmware instead of the older style BIOS found on most x86 motherboards at the time.
On February 14, 2006, an initial "hack" of and again patches were released within two weeks that allowed users to install most of this update on non-Apple computers, although this did not include the updated kernel in 10.4.6.
You can check for SSE2 support from Windows with a program called CPU-Z.
In June, the hackers released the 10.4.7 update for non-Apple computers using the 10.4.4 kernel.