Our next starting point was a web site called This site contains a wealth of information and links for anyone wanting to build a Hackintosh.
We did find however, that there are no clear cut step by step instructions that work for everybody.
_____________________________________________________________________________________ We recommend to use this procedure it’s a bit long but trustworthy : ____________________________________________________________________________ First of All follow this guide: How to Back up & Restore Your Kexts Before OSX86 Upgrades.
You can download Delta update (274MB) and Combo update (759MB).
Before starting the process download & install osx86tools from PCWIZ.
Also this solution can be usefull for Your to resrore Your crashed system after unsuccessfull driver or any kext installation or modification. However when I try to partition the hard drive with the mac disk utility it keeps saying the resource is busy. 60 gb for XP 20gb for leopard and the rest for backup files.
After that - steps 8-9 Formatting is need only when Your hdd was occupied by vista or something else non-XFS based OS Another way is to buy USB2SATA adapter and install Leopard onto internal hdd plugged as external removable disk via that adapter.
And probably the most important: You have a lot of time.
Preliminary steps Before trying this upgrade, you'll need to do some prep work.
In my case, I'm installing on a new system with two disk drives, so I unplugged the Slackware/Windows drive and plugged the second drive in the primary SATA slot on the motherboard.
Lately we have had a number of people come to us for Apple Mac Book repairs.
Because I am a total noob or someone who does crack If I use the Kalyway 10.5 on my everex do I still have to format the drive as you described?
If it is when booting from DVD - it is a bad DVD disk or possibly bad BIOS settings But if it is after installation try to make as described in steps 8-9 I get a B0 error after install.
Because of its native roots in Motorola and Power PC code, this has traditionally required instruction level emulation. Apple based Mac OS X on Ne XT code, which could run on Intel. In theory, installing Mac OS X on a PC is much easier. The version of Leopard sold by Apple includes drivers for Apple provided hardware only.