Installation Guides/Kalyway 10.5.2 SSE2/SSE3 VISTA Dualboot

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[edit] DISCLAIMER

BEFORE STARTING, BACKUP ALL YOUR IMPORTANT DATA TO A USB DISK BEFORE CONTINUING. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA THAT MAY OCCUR.


[edit] What you will need:

Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD

Google

A cup of coffee

A SSE2 or SSE3 Processor

VIsta INstallation disk

ImgBurn (or other disc burining software)


[edit] Windows Vista

Right-click on Computer and click Manage and select Disk Management. Shrink an existing partition to make room for Leopard. I suggest 40 GB.

Go ahead and format the partition as NTFS, you will reformat it later for OS X.

Name it something WITHOUT special characters (():;"'><.,?/\|}{[]+=-_*&^%$#@!~`)


When it finishes put your DVD in your drive.

Reboot.


[edit] Mac OS X DVD

Press F8 then type v. If you have a problem take note of the error and go to this Wiki for help. When the Leopard installer loads select your language and click Next. When it finishes preparing your installation go to the Utilities tab at the top of the screen and click Disk Management.

Have some coffee and go take a hike.

Select the partition you created in Windows and reformat it as Mac OS X Extended Journaled.

Go climb Mount Everest.

Quit Disk Utility and accept the License Agreement, select your disk to install on but wait at the next page. Click on Customize and select the drivers for you computer. If you have the ATI Radeon X1600 Pro DO NOT SELECT A VIDEO DRIVER!!!!!! If you do your installation won't work at all. If you have a Intel Core 2 Duo then select Vanilla Kernel and the patch just below it. If you only have an SSE2 CPU then you need to select the SSE2_Patch. Then under �EFI Boot Loaders”�select �EFI MBR”. Don't have SSE2? DONT'T INSTALL VANILLA. ;) Click OK and Install. Skip the disk check because it takes a lot of time. When if finishes installing, restart and take the disk out. Before your PC boots turn it off and then back on. Let Leopard boot and fill in all the forms. Do not download the Time Machine update because it will kill Leopard. The graphics update...messess thing up...If you are not sure if an update will break your install, then go to Google and search it.


[edit] Darwin

Now boot to Windows. Do this by pressing a key while Darwin is loading, then select your Vista partition, labeled, Unidentified Partition. If it comes up with an error do this:

Step 1

Insert Vista DVD Restart Computer Wait for DVD to load When the DVD loads select Repair my computer from screen bottom

from choose a recovery tool menu select startup repair, vista will automatically try and restore all windows operating system entries into mbr. Havent tested with other os. Restart computer when asked. If you can boot to vista you can skip step 2 & continue with step 3 where you add mac os entry to your boot screen.

Step 2

Select Command Prompt (the last one on the list) Type in the following: (press enter after each line)

diskpart

select disk 0

select partition 1(put vista's partition's number)

active

exit

bootrec /RebuildBCD

y

exit

Step 3

Get to repair mode command prompt as per step 1,2 above

diskpart

select disk 0

select partition 2(put leopard's partition number)

active

exit


Restart your Computer


Vista Should now boot normally.

For more customization, download easyBCD . . .


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