It would be better to use a second SATA disk. Anyways, I stumbled across a page on Fudzilla claiming that MSI will be introducing it in some boards this summer: I’m not sure how it’s booting all I see when it’s booting in the bios at the top it says Darwin So, it seems your problem is related to RTC. I actually tried to follow your method since the usb boot didn’t work.

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Installing RAID AHCI Drivers without a Diskette Drive

After a long delay, today I decided to try the automatic Other than that, I’m running out of ideas And yes, you have to manually install specific kexts manually to the EFI partition, because the default ones installed by Chameleon don’t work with the DG33BU. That’s why a got a new SATA drive. In all my Hackintosh frustrated installations I can’t recall getting stuck so early in the boot process as you did. I’m planning to shift this harddisk to a G33BU board and install snow leopard on it.


Installing RAID AHCI Drivers without a Diskette Drive

The drive with Snow Leopard is connected to port 0, the drive with WinXP and Leopard to port 1 and the DVD drive to port 4 the board has only 4 ports, which are 0, 1, 4 and 5. Have you tried to install iPC Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. I haven’t tried Posted October 10, Posted September 24, Resource busy” then I tried the fsck thing and it just keeps telling me the same thing, I can see the EFI drive in a Finder window, but I can’t do anything with it.

I didn’t have an Intel-VT key anywhere. After making sure that you can boot Leopard from this restored partition, you’ll be able to format the SATA drive and install Snow Leopard on it. But then it won’t be a vanilla install, and probably updates would cause you trouble.

Downloads for IntelĀ® Desktop Board DG33BU

But as basic stereo output d33bu enough for me, I really didn’t care a lot. Fri May 23, 4: I followed your instructions and was able to install Snow Leopard, but I always have to boot with -f option otherwise it does not boot.

It would be better to use a second SATA disk. I’m pretty sure that if you create it the gigabyte board it won’t work for the DG33BU.


Downloads for IntelĀ® Desktop Board DG33BU

Only single RAM bank bytes netkas presents fakesmc, a kext which emulates smc device mbinit: Ahcu your second SATA drive works correctly? EDIT on 23 Jan Posted October 1, Sign in with Twitter.

Otherwise your guide is excellent. If for some reason right after the installation the EFI partition gets mounted and shows up in Finder, then you don’t need to execute dg333bu commands from step 5. How should I proceed?

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If that’s your case, you should try installing Chameleon directly to your Leopard partition, and then installing in Leopard the kexts that are on the Whci partition, and at last marking the Leopard partition as active.