Install Mac OS X 10.4.6 Tiger on AMD32 VMWare

*Note OS X is strange to install, I thought my HDD was not being detected by you just have to go to Diskutil and create a partition for the root filesystem and then close/move the Window and proceed with the install.

After install Mac OS X 10.4.6 Tiger I get a black screen that says:

b0 error

Most people say the partition has to be marked as "active", actually that just means marked as "bootable".  Instead of the Mac OS X disc, you can use any Linux boot disc and mark the partition as bootable.

fdisk /dev/hda1
#list partitions
#set active
#choose partition to make active

But after that I get a screen with a power symbol in the background that says:


You need to restart your computer. Hold down the Power button for several seconds or press the Restart button

I heard this is caused by not having an SSE2/SSE3 patch.


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