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First Time Installing 10.9 Outside Of Vm Environment

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The_Nude_Dude

No, you can do it after install also...wait i'll look it up...i forgot how to.

 

Yep here it is!....i myself used this method and it works!

 

http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?67697-Guide-to-enable-IDE-AHCI-without-reinstalling

 

Kampfgeist i know in windows i can install the driver and the one chipset tool and then reboot and change the setting from ide to ahci and get into windows just fine. Deepak was implying that all you needed to do was simply reboot without installing the files, change the setting and boot right into windows.  i just wanted it clear for anyone following the thread how to do it.  now if you start from a fresh install and you already had ahci enabled then you only need to install the  "intel matrix storage manager" once in windows, cause windows will install the correct driver for ahci during the install of windows.

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Hackintosh

Ahhhhh....ok :-)

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Deepak

Kampfgeist i know in windows i can install the driver and the one chipset tool and then reboot and change the setting from ide to ahci and get into windows just fine. Deepak was implying that all you needed to do was simply reboot without installing the files, change the setting and boot right into windows.  i just wanted it clear for anyone following the thread how to do it.  now if you start from a fresh install and you already had ahci enabled then you only need to install the  "intel matrix storage manager" once in windows, cause windows will install the correct driver for ahci during the install of windows.

it's also depend upon your hardwares and  i have never ever reinstall a piece of softwares or drivers when when moving to ide to ahci .thast why i think it will work you with you ..mine windows 8.1 and aslo tried all version of win7 and win8 ...except windows xp all works ..whenever i changed my drives to ahci it shows a new HDD connected

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The_Nude_Dude

o.k. i'll make this as simple as possible. 1. install win 7 in ide mode2. land on the desktop after install3. do not install the one driver or the intel matrix storage manager for ahci mode4. reboot change the sata ide mode to sata ahci mode5. save settings and exit6. now sit there NOT being able to get back into windows cause windows DOES NOT auto-install the achi driver(s)7. restart, go back to the bios, set ide again, save exit, boot into windows without a problem8. if you have sata ahci mode enabled before installing windows then and only then will windows install the achi driver automatically

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Archangel

i downloaded niresh's mavericks 10.9 .dmg, then downloaded win32diskimager-v0.9-binary.zip and ran the Win32DiskImager.exe, selected all files then navigated to themavericks 10.9 .dmg file and selected it then selected write to write it to the flash drive,  i rebooted and got the one apple screen then after that test i rebooted back into windows.

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what about this:

 

You Have to Do a Small Step to Restore The Image on Mac but its very simpletype diskutil list on terminal press enterthere you may see a list of disk look out for your usbdisk0 will probably be the root harddiskso if you can find your pendrive thenlook out for the disk number it will be similar like disk0for an example that can be disk3so to restore the dmg on terminal typediskutil unmountdisk /dev/disk3then to restore the imagedd if=/path/to/the/dmg/ of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=1mafter typing dd if=(You Can Just Drag and Drop The Image)thats all be very very careful when using dd wrong disk value may cause complete data lossif you realized that you have entered the wrong value while using dd immediately hard reset the computernever use a harddisk for restore you will loose all your datas

I just did same as you but i did not installed mavrickes yet and i have two questions:

1- my touch pad is just make me able to move the mouse but i cannot click with it (so i am using left click button on my laptop), is this mean it will not work after installation and i will have to use the left button ?

2- i don't understand and i don't know when to do the process above which is copied from niresh mavericks download page

my laptop is Sony Vaio C series VPCCA15FG http://www.sony-asia.com/product/vpcca15fg/sku/vpcca15fg_d+e1 , I am watching your post since yesterday in order to found any new information can help me in the process. its first time for me here :D

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The_Nude_Dude

o.k. that's different from the threads i've seen previously, but it is from niresh so i'd trust it.  however according to everything i've read you are better off with ahci, so in the end it's really your call.  as for the problems with the touch pad i have no idea, but i'd suggest you strat a fresh thread.  others that may be able to help you with the problem may not see your post buried in this thread. wish i could of been more help.

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Deepak

o.k. i'll make this as simple as possible.

 

1. install win 7 in ide mode

2. land on the desktop after install

3. do not in stall the one driver or the intel matrix storage manager

4. change the saya ide node for the sata ahci mode

5. save settings and exit

6. now sit there NOT neing able to get back into windows cause windows DOES NOT auto-install the achi driver(s)

7. restart, go back to the bios, set ide again, save exit, boot into windows without a problem

it's strange go through which is simpler for you ...have happy hackintosh

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The_Nude_Dude

o.k. finally have the time this weekend to do this, but before i attempt it i have a question.  i looked at the article that talks about compatibility and if i read correctly my hardware is probably too old to run 10.8 or newer.  can someone please confirm one way or the other for me?  thanks

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iceman

nope, what i've read is correct.  i just restarted went into the bios, switched to ahci mode, saved settings, and was unable to boot back into windows.  so for windows to use achi mode it must be set to it BEFORE windows is installed.

I changed the sata setting from legacy to ahci even with WinXP

STILL in SATA MODE

You just have to download the chipset driver and force to install not the suggested driver (click "show driver not suitable for the hardware")

Select the ahci driver for you chipset (usually name is related to southbrigde version)

Then it will ask to reboot

during reboot remember to change bios settings to AHCI

worked on WinXP, VISTA and 7

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The_Nude_Dude

come on guys the problem with not being able to see beyond the first page in certain threads is still here.  I can't even tell you if this did or didn't post, cause once I click post I get taken back to the first page of the thread.

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The_Nude_Dude

YAHOO!!!!! i can finally get to page 2. 

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