hi.. you can toturial iaktos ml2 or mac os 10.8 niresh on asus k56 ? i bad english:D
Sorry guys for being afk from here, but I have an issue lol, it seems my wakefromsleep doesn't work.
But I shall write a guide for you Maxjiro (Please don't expect everything to work correctly @_@)**WARNING**[This is a guide to install OSX 10.8.2 on either External HDD, I haven't installed OSX on my main HDD yet]
[THIS WILL WIPE YOUR DRIVE, BACKUP IMPORTANT FILES FIRST]
[This will also render your External unreadable by Windows, unless you use Transmac]
1.) Download your Mountain Lion OS (Can be iATKOS ML2, it's what I'm using)
2.) Burn it to a Dual-Layer DVD (the 8GB disc, not the 4.7GB disc!! Because ML is 5GB+)
3.) Now time to prepare External HDD !
3.a) Whilst on Windows, download this: http://www.ridgecrop...k/guiformat.exe
Format External HDD to Fat32 with 4096 allocation size.
4.) Restart Laptop and spam ESC key.
5.) Go to change setting (or something similar) and that will enter BIOS, change these values to what I've listed(Thanks to Piuma):Fast Boot: Disabled
Boot: Launch CSM
USB: Legacy Enabled
Secure Boot Control: Disabled
6.) Save settings and spam ESC again until you see Boot menu. (Make sure you have the iATKOS/ML Disc inserted first!!)
7.) Select the DVD Drive in the boot list so that you boot from DVD.
8.) When it waits for you to press F8 to enter bootup options, press F8, then type:-v -x
9.) It will take a while, it will also get stuck on a certain part, leave it, don't worry, it will take about 10-20 minutes to boot into installer!
10.) It boots into the installer then wait till you can see 'Utilities' tab on the top, click it and click Disk Utilities, click on your external and goto 'Erase' tab, erase the external to 'Mac Journaled' and call it something like MAC OSX or iATKOS (doesn't matter really), then verify the drive to make sure it is all good!
11.) continue until it prompts you to select the drive you wish to install OSX on, click the external drive, and then click 'CUSTOMIZE', then go to drivers, and find the PS/2 Drivers (VERY IMPORTANT!!!!), check it so it will install, then continue with installation.
[Please note that during installation that your monitor may go all white, just click on trackpad! and it should show you the progress bar]
12.) After installing, it will restart, go to the boot menu again, and spam ESC key. select your external this time [Not the UEFI one]. Use boot options -x -v again!
13.) When it boots into Mac, enter whatever user details you want, then it will go to desktop. On the top, select 'GOTO' then 'computer', go to your External HDD, then go to System/Libraries/Extensions folder. Delete the following:
14.) Restart into Windows, don't worry about going to OSX yet. Install TransmacTransMac Mac Disk and dmg Software Details
if you haven't, then run it as Admin, it should be the only software where it sees your External.
15.) Download k56cm.zip ? RGhost ? file sharing
By Degrus, extract the files somewhere, then in transmac, copy the kext folder to Users/username/Desktop (or download, doesn't matter, just make sure you can get to it easily from OSX)
16.) Download Kext Wizard http://www.osx86.net...ard_3.7.10.html
, extract and copy it to Users/username/Desktop.
Also download Download Extra.zip from Sendspace.com - send big files the easy way
extract it and copy to Users/username/desktop (should be _MACOSX and Extra folder)
17.)Reboot into OSX, with boot options, you don't need -x anymore, but -v is useful for finding what it gets stuck on, give it 5-10 minutes to boot (just in case) and then run Kext Wizard, select the drivers inside the kext folder and install them, then after it completes, go to first tab and repair S/L/E cache and permissions.
18.)copy the _MACOSX and Extra folder into your external hard drive (the root directory where you find System), and overwrite anything, reboot back into OSX again and you should get a different boot screen (all white) and just boot. Check 'about this mac' to see if you are getting correct specs showed, e.g:
should be something like:
2,79 GHz i7
Intel HD 4000 512MB (Also check if your resolution is 1366x768)
19.) Enjoy everyone, not sure if this will work directly for any other K56CM users, but I hope it does guide some of you
Edited by bakurakitty, 16 March 2013 - 05:18 PM.