Things you’ll need:
- A blank CD
- OS X Snow Leopard Retail DVD
- A Core i3/5/7 processor
- An Account on tonymacx86.com
1. Download iBoot Legacy, UpdateHelper, and Multibeast Snow Leopard Edition from tonymacx86.
2. Burn the iBoot ISO to the blank CD and save Multibeast and UpdateHelper to another drive.
3. Reboot the computer, press F8, and select your DVD drive from the list.
4. Once the boot loader has loaded, remove the disc from the drive, insert the Snow Leopard DVD and press F5.
5. When “Mac OS X Install DVD appears, type “-v” and press enter (You may also need to add “GraphicsEnabler=No”).
6. When OS X boots, click continue, click the Utilities menu, and select Disk Utility.
7. Select the disk you want to install OS X to on the left side of the Disk Utility window, and click the partition tab at the top.
8. Click options at the bottom and select the GUID partition table and click OK. Make sure the format is Mac OS Extended (Journaled).
9. Name your partition and click apply.
10. Close Disk Utility and click continue.
11. When it asks you what hard drive you want to install to, pick the one you just formatted in step 9, click customize, and select or deselect whatever options you want (optional). Click OK and click Install.
12. When the install finishes and the computer restarts, remove the OS X DVD from the drive and put the iBoot disc back in. Press F8 and boot from your DVD drive.
13. When the boot loader appears, select the hard drive you installed OS X to and press enter.
14. When it boots, follow the directions and set up a user account.
15. When you get to the desktop, run MultiBeast and select System Utilities and hnak’s AppleIntelE10003 Ethernet. Reboot, boot using the iBoot CD, and run UpdateHelper. Restart the computer when that installs and boot from the iBoot CD again.
16. Download the 10.6.8 combo update. Don’t restart when it tells you to restart. Instead, leave the window open and run MultiBeast.
17. In MultiBeast, select the following options:
FakeSMC Plugins (optional)
hnak’s AppleIntelE10003 Ethernet
18. Eject the iBoot disc if you want and reboot the computer, press F8, and select the hard drive you installed OS X to. You should now have a mostly working installation of Snow Leopard
To upgrade to OS X Lion, just follow tonymacx86′s instructions for UniBeast and run MultiBeast again using the same settings as above.