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  1. BBG Budget

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click<

    This ISO contains also an ethernetfix for the rev 1.4 motherboard.
    Read this for the changelog and more information: >click<

    508 downloads

    4 comments

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  2. BOOT-CHANFI-ABDI For ALL

    This Is The Ultimate Boot Making By: CHANFI ABDI.

    This Boot CD is Al So Compatibl With All Systems (INTEL,AMD And NetBook) Systems. You can Boot It by Burning it on a Simple CD or Burn It With The Retail Snow Leopard DVD By Using Toast Titanium To Make a Retail Snow Leopard Bootabl DVD.

    GOOD Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!:cool:

    4,244 downloads

    3 comments

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  3. EmpireEfi - bootcd

    EmpireEfi - bootcd

    5,477 downloads

    1 comment

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  4. Pirate EFI X BootCD for AMD

    This is beta tester for amd. use Chameleon RC5 r643 and Legacy Kernel 10.6.0.

    Info :
    http://3rr0rists.net/osx86/pirate-efi-x-bootcd-for-amd.html
    http://osx86.or.id/the-pirate-efi-x

    4,642 downloads

    9 comments

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  5. i530 Boot CD

    This is a boot CD for Dell Inspiron 530 desktops.

    More info will be added...

    1,378 downloads

    12 comments

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  6. BBG Medium

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click

    405 downloads

    0 comments

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  7. BBG MediaCenter

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click

    484 downloads

    0 comments

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  8. BBG HighEnd PC

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click

    779 downloads

    1 comment

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  9. BBG Budget Laptop

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click

    2,129 downloads

    2 comments

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  10. BBG Budget

    This .ISO is for the Hackintosh.nl Best Buy Guide, you can see it here: >click

    322 downloads

    1 comment

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  11. Hack OS X BOOT

    Hack boot 10.6.3

    10,257 downloads

    5 comments

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  12. Darth Wader - Empire EFI 1.04

    bootcd+chameleon+DPCI+universal kexts..........

    1,584 downloads

    1 comment

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  13. EEE PC boot CD+

    boot cd eeepc +full soft (chameleon+kexts+efi studio+..........)

    1,811 downloads

    2 comments

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  14. LegacyBoot Empire EFI

    BOOT132+DPCI MANAGER+My Hack installer.........

    2,230 downloads

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  15. Empire EFI

    Boot132+Chameleon RC4+DPCI Manager.....

    21,264 downloads

    2 comments

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  16. Kakewalk 3.0

    Kakewalk is an easy way to install OSX
    burn the ISO install osx and after installation insert the boot cd boot your new installation and open there APP just select the board you are using and all drivers neaded will be installed all the fixes inc a working DSDT sound video it will all work.
    Supported motherboards
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR
    Gigabyte EP45T-UD3LR
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3R
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3P
    Gigabyte EX58-UD5
    Gigabyte EX58-UD3R
    Gigabyte EX58-UD4P
    Gigabyte X58A-UD7
    Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3L
    Gigabyte EP45-DS3L
    Gigabyte G41M-ES2L
    Gigabyte P55M-UD2
    Gigabyte P55-USB3
    MSI P55M-GD45

    4,361 downloads

    10 comments

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  17. IbootGE (nvidia fermi support)

    this is a special version of iB{censored} its for nvidia fermi 4xx + 580 users

    1,813 downloads

    2 comments

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  18. Nawcom Mod CD v0.3

    From nawcom.com:

    Okay, I?ve been so distracted with everything in life that this week I finally decided to work on osx86 related stuff. I took a few days to put together the CD that I have been planning on doing ? one that modifies what the retail DVD installs, hence turning a swap CD + retail DVD into an equivalent to how distros have always been. I also wanted to apply my ideas for autodetection for hardware support.


    Let me introduce the nawcom Mod CD. It is exactly what this is. I still have a number of things to fix up in it, as well as I plan on redoing part of it so I will have it do the autodetection patching at the same time as the standard MBR fix is applied to the Distribution file, instead of the autodetection logic being in the package itself (does that make sense? heh). Due to the device id checks being executed in the package itself, it slows the customization (if one needed to do still) down a bit.

    I only want some people who know the OS well to test this out and report back with valueable info, no ?it doesn?t work? stuff. I have a few people in the irc.osx86.hu #snowleopard channel testing it already.

    As I said, I?m gonna be making some big changes in how this works in the next few days, so it?s your choice if you want to try it out. I?ll also have some pics up with how the customize list looks like.

    UPDATED CHANGES


    Changed the boot screen
    Used the kernel blacklist code to disable graphics kexts when using the CD. This way there won?t be issues anymore.
    Hardware autodetection is now done in rc.cdrom instead of OSInstall.mpkg, so the Install Customize dialog now 1000% faster since theres no conditions to go through for each one.


    What else is there to add? I plan on covering the kexts more and add some legitimate ATI video support. There are some issues with a few LAN cards. Also, even though I?ve implemented my little technique for delivering postinstall content to the desktop of the first user at the first time logging in, I have yet to implement the idea for the postinstall notes. As of now I?m only using it for a postinstall package for PS/2 Trackpad support. And of course, there is plenty of problems with a few newer CPUs, so I need to work on that.

    55,646 downloads

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  19. iBoot 2.5 - Unified Graphics Support

    Today, iB{censored} has received a major update. No longer will there be multiple versions of iB{censored}, but one unified version for any supported Intel CPU with either ATI or NVIDIA graphics. The new version is a permanent replacement for all previous versions of iB{censored}, including iB{censored}-NVIDIA, iB{censored}-ATI, iB{censored}-ATI-5xxx, and iB{censored}-Supported.

    We've rolled in the latest pre-release version of Chameleon 2.0 RC5, and for ethernet, the latest beta version of Lnx2Mac's RealtekRTL81xx.kext. For desktops and laptops using unsupported Intel CPUs and graphics, a legacy version of iB{censored} can be downloaded here.

    9,032 downloads

    9 comments

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  20. EasyEFI v2.2

    EasyEFI it is free alternative of Rebel EFI and Empire EFI makes installation of Mac OS X Snow Leopard Retail/Server on your computer with any processor.

    39,553 downloads

    19 comments

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  21. BootCD with MBR support

    From Nawcom blog:


    I found out that meklort a while ago wrote some support kext a while ago which takes advantage of some kern_exec.c code so you can do some initial userspace actions, which IMO is fucking amazing.



    He is currently using, for what I’ve seen, with a CLI app that he runs before launching WindowServer for his NBI project. I took this kext (PostBootMounter.kext + PostBootSymbols.kext) and changed the mount point in it so it takes advantage of /private/etc on the Install DVD instead, which as of now is used to do some on the fly modification of OSInstall and OSInstall.mpkg. As of now I have it so it does some patching for all current versions and hopefully all future versions as well.



    Here are the scripts, which are contained in the PostBoot.img file on the Boot CD’s Preboot.dmg and gets mounted at /private/etc:






    /etc/rc.cdrom (This is where the magic takes place)
    /etc/rc.install (This is no different than the vanilla rc.install other than the new location of OSInstall.mpkg)

    And that’s it, while I work on the new OSInstall.mpkg + new subpackages it will have. If you read what I was talking about in the previous post on how I want to do the install packages – this is what I am going to be doing here. Everything will be autodetected from hardware checks through the I/O Kit Registry, and an informative Post Install document will be placed on the Desktop of the first user that is created for the OS. If anyone has some ideas on other things I should throw in, let me know! Note that I plan on making some of the autodetected options controllable by the customize list that one can bring up when they install the OS, so I won’t be taking away all control from the user of what gets installed.



    Here’s the boot CD to grab – since I don’t have the specialized Install pkgs on it, I just have myHack 1.1.4 in the Post-Install folder of the CD for you to run after booting up the installed OS with the CD.



    Now, on to the second part of this post. It involves the current kernel that we have collaborated from previous voodoo kernel code to use in 10.6, adding on support for older CPUs, AMD CPUs, as well as even newer Intel CPUs. I named it the legacy kernel. If you’ve used myHack, you can see Conti called it the chocolate kernel (which i think is a fucking horrible name). I got in contact with AnV as well as a number of other devs and hopefully we will get a group together for xnu work, just like the Voodoo Team in 10.5 with the xnu kernel.



    One thing I want to change is the name of the kernel. If you think about it, legacy is a bad word to attach to this. It’s not just for older CPUs. And I don’t want to call it Voodoo again. IMO the name Voodoo has been attached to a number of other projects. We need a new name for this.



    Someone suggested the h4x0r kernel. Come on now. I hope you aren’t serious. Heh. I was thinking for a name that represents the purpose of the kernel – to extend support to the unsupported, in general. If your x86 CPU isn’t supported, then it will be supported with this kernel. I thought of something like universal xnu, though I still feel unsatisfied with it.



    So here I am, asking people to help out with this idea. If you have a really nice name, or any suggestions about different directions that you feel is better, post below.

    9,116 downloads

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  22. EasyEFI

    EasyEFI it is free alternative of Rebel EFI and Empire EFI makes installation of Mac OS X Snow Leopard Retail/Server on your computer with any processor.


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    24,666 downloads

    2 comments

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  23. BBG Medium boot CD

    Deze boot CD ISO moet je branden op een CD/DVD.
    Op een USB restoren kan niet.



    Deze werkt alleen op een besteld?Medium?BBG systeem bij Azerty.


    1,806 downloads

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  24. The Pirate EFI X Boot CD

    CD boot created by OSX86 Indonesia is easy way to install Mac OS X Retail in your generic PC without Hack.


    Features:



    Intel Only (for now)

    Chameleon RC 4.

    Include Kernel Extension (kext) ?:


    20,528 downloads

    4 comments

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  25. Hack OS X Boot CD

    The Brazillian website hackosx.com.br released a Boot CD for AMD and ATOM processors. Download it and let us know if it works.?

    18,397 downloads

    11 comments

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