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AMD Kernel for Mac OS X Snow Leopard (0 reviews) Sign in to follow this. By Hackintosher. Find their other files; 1 Screenshot. AMD Kernel for Snow Leopard was Compiled by Bronya this kernel allows full x64 support on all AMD CPUs including Ryzen CPUs. Supported Systems Name Description Revision Number File Size Release Date Download Link Mac Pro (2019) with Radeon Pro 580x, Radeon Pro Vega II and Radeon Pro W5700X / W5500X MacBook Pro (Retina, 16-inch, 2019) with Radeon Pro 5300M and 5500M MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, 2015-Present) iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017-Present) iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2014-2019). The only distro that actually supports AMD is “SNOWLEO MAC Snow Leopard OSX8664” iso. Yeah, it’s 10.6 but don’t worry we’ll upgrade it to 10.6.6. Help Needed: I forgot to take the screenshots when I did this. If you are doing this, can you post some screenshots? Note: SATA hard drive is a must. 1) Download Snowleo’s iso. The first thing Mac users should be aware of is that there's nothing eye-popping in Snow Leopard that's going to have you scrambling to upgrade. The focus of OS X 10.6 is simply to improve overall efficiency and reduce it's footprint. However, there are a few interesting new features that will certainly interest some users.
The following step by step guide will help you in installing Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard as a guest virtual machine in Windows 7. You’ll need to have a system with an Intel processor which supports hardware virtualization, original OS X Snow Leopard retail disk, VMware Workstation 7 and Windows 7, Vista or XP installed as host operating system. If you meet all these requirements, you can then install OS X Snow Leopard in VMware under Windows and can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Note: We don’t in anyway encourage downloading Apple software via file-sharing / torrent sites and run it in an virtualized environment under Windows. This guide is for informational purposes only. If you like OS X Snow Leopard, Get a Mac.
Step 1: Download and install VMware Workstation 7.
Step 2:Click here to download pre-made modified version of Snow Leopard.vmdk and darwin_snow.iso files required to get this thing to work.
Step 3: Start VMware Workstation and open up “Mac OS X Server 10.6 (experimental).vmx” file which you downloaded in Step 2.
Step 4: Click on “Edit virtual machine settings”, select CD/DVD (IDE) option from left hand side and then and select “Use ISO image file” option. Point it to “darwin_snow.iso” which you downloaded in Step 2.
Step 5: Now power on the virtual machine and hit “F8” key. You should now have a screen similar to the one shown below.
Step 6: Now you’ll have to point your virtual machine to OS X Snow Leopard retail DVD instead of “darwin_snow.iso”. To do this, right click on CD/DVD option found in lower right most corner of your VMware window and select settings.
Insert OS X Snow Leopard retail DVD in your DVD drive and select the “Use physical drive” option.
Step 7: Now go back and select “c” option (Boot DVD) from the prompt which you got in Step 5 to boot from the OS X retail DVD. OS X boot screen with Apple logo should now appear. If the boot screen doesn’t appear for you, try booting it in verbose mode by pressing “F8” key after selecting “c” option, and then enter “-v” (without quotes). This will enable the system to boot OS X DVD using verbose mode.
Step 8: Wait for a couple of minutes for the Installation Setup screen to show up. From here on, simply follow the onscreen setup instructions to install OS X Snow Leopard. Make sure you format your virtual hard drive in “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” format using Disk Utility. Customize your installation with minimum set of printer drivers and language options for a lightweight trouble free installation experience.
Step 9: Once the installation is completed. System will automatically reboot. At this point, close your guest virtual machine and change your CD/DVD option again like you did in Step 2 to point it to “darwin_snow.iso”.
Step 10: Start the virtual machine again. Press “F8” key and select “h” option to “Boot first hard disk”. Voila! Snow Leopard should now be running live under Windows 7!
I wanted to try my hand on iPhone development. That can only be done on a Mac. So, I installed it on my AMD Athlon x2 computer. I tried many distros, retail EmpireEFI, iDeneb, Hazard. These are supposed to support AMD x86 architecture, but they don’t.
The only distro that actually supports AMD is “SNOWLEO MAC Snow Leopard OSX86_64” iso.
Yeah, it’s 10.6 but don’t worry we’ll upgrade it to 10.6.6.
Help Needed: I forgot to take the screenshots when I did this. If you are doing this, can you post some screenshots? (Comment)
Note: SATA hard drive is a must.
1) Download Snowleo’s iso. Burn it using ImgBurn.
2) You’ll have to move the DVD drive to a higher priority. This can be done in the BIOS (Press Delete as soon as the computer boots up). Also, set the SATA Hard Drive to AHCI mode.
3) Insert your disc and restart. Your disc should boot up.
4) Now, you’ll have to install your Mac distro in an OSX journal’ed partition. To do that, Go to Utilities –> Disk Utilities. Select a partition other than your Windows 7 partition. Erase it (Obviously, Data in it will be washed away).
Format it to “OSX journaled”. Not the case sensitive one.
5) After that, go back to the setup. Click on the Hard drive. Don’t press “next”. Yet.
6) Click on “Customize”. Make sure these are checked.
These are the settings that worked for my 785g AMD hardware (mostly will work for you as well, unless you have extra addon cards). If they don’t try other combinations. Googling might help.
1. Mac OSX 10.6 (Obviously)
2. Use the Azaila audio
3. ATi_init (If you have an nVidia video card, try nVidia)
4. Chamelion RC5
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5. AMD Patch
6. Chocolate Kernel
8. Platform UUID
9. Apple driver for the rt8169 (LAN)
10. legacy apple piixata
Leave everything as it is.
7) Click on Next. The installation should be completed in a few minutes.
8) Reboot and you should be booting into Mac OSX. Youtube converter for mac. You ask me, where’s your Windows 7?
Rebuilding the Windows 7 MBR (Master Boot Record)
1) Now, boot with your Windows 7 Installation disc.
2) As the setup starts, click on “Repair my computer”
3) Click on “Repair Boot Problems” or
If you are a little bit geeky, Click on “Command Prompt”
Type in “fixmbr”
4) Restart and you should be able to boot into Windows 7.
Dual booting in Harmony
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1) Install a Nice program called EasyBCD on your Windows Installation.
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2) Click on “Add New Entry”. Choose the “Mac” tab and select the MBR mode.
Now, you’ll have a perfectly functional Dual boot Windows 7 + Mac OS X 10.6 system.
Upgrading to 10.6.6 or 10.6.7
1) Install the 10.6.6 or 10.6.7 combo update either by Googling or Click on the “About this Mac” icon.
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2) Don’t restart. Go to http://nawcom.com/osx86/files/10.6/Kernels/
Here install the 10.6.0 legacy kernel if you have updated to 10.6.6 or
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if you have installed the 10.6.7 update, installed 10.7.0 legacy kernel.
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3) If you want a better update, similar instructions should follow.