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4.1.1 - Mr. Janek - rocks again!!
After a few frustrating days of 10.7.2 bullshit, trying to get iCloud to work, kernel panics, and the like.
Mr. Janek comes to the rescue yet again. Both my Hackintoshes work perfectly (App Store, iCloud, sound, etc), after installing 4.1.1.
$40 coming your way my friend.
You are the Man.
If you you use Kakewalk and rely on it like me. Let's all show Mr.Janek how we feel about his efforts.
Give the guy a few bucks (or Euros) for his hard work.
Keep up your amazing work.
how it works? I have to install it and then do the upgrade?
or do I have to reinstall everything?
Yeah, same question here. I have 10.7.1 installed, how to upgrade with Kakewalk?
+1, give us, please, a short instructions how to upgrade from 10.7.1 properly. Reinstalling the whole OS after each apple update is very annoying.
Thanks a lot for donating
Read the upgrade guide that comes with the download
Edit: No luck so i re-installed, updated to 10.7.2 and then used the migration assistant to move my user data from my backup drive.
Following the guide I downloaded the combo update... started the install and right at the end I got a KP.
Rebooted and my install was torched.
I restored my backup with superduper! but now i'm getting this...
Verifying DMI Pool Data .................
Thanks for the effort in putting this together quickly. My EP45T-UD3LR is very happy!
I had to resolve some interesting issues upgrading to 10.7.2 so I thought that the resolutions to these may help others. I had a KP (bad luck
) when I was installing the 10.7.2 combo update. This happened before I was able to install 4.1.1 and therefore I could not reboot into Mac OSX 10.7.2 (just hung at the "apple"). My fix was to reinstall 10.7 from my Kakewalk USB drive on top of my corrupt 10.7.2. That got me to boot into 10.7.
When I tried the 10.7.2 combo again, it installed fine. However, when I did the Kakewalk "Upgrade", it ended with an error message saying that it could not rebuild system permissions. I tried the Disk Utility to do so (as you put in the error message), but that could not complete either. I was able to use the Kext Utility to get the permissions to rebuild, and after that all was fine. I assume the permissions issue was related to the original KP of the 10.7.2 install. Anyways, iCloud login and sharing working fine.
Hope this helps others.
Can you please elaborate how you install the 10.7.2 ???
Do you update via apple update ?
Do you download the combo update
Do you first update the kakewalk 4.1.1 and the apply the update ??
Thanks in advance for your feedback
while installing the combo I had the KP.
and now what do I do?
- here is what I tried to do (I was originally running 10.7.1):
Per mrjanek' s Upgrade Guide:
Step 1 - Install the Mac OS X 10.X.X Combo update Download and install the combo update from Apple.
Make sure NOT to reboot!
Step 2 - Upgrading to Kakewalk 4.1.1
Start the Kakewalk application.
Click the button "Upgrade Installation" Let the installer finish and then reboot!
- I got the KP during the installation of the combo same as you. Here is what I did:
1. Using the bootable Kakewalk 4.0.4 USB drive I created to install 10.7 originally, I booted off it by getting into the BIOS and selecting the 1st boot device as USB-HDD.
2. When directed to install Mac OSX Lion, I installed 10.7 OVER the problematic 10.7.2ish installation that would not boot.
3. When the installation was done, I rebooted the computer with the USB drive in so it booted off of it, interrupted the boot during the "Hard Drive" screen with the progress bar by hitting any key, and selected the drive I just re-installed 10.7 to.
4. The system then booted into 10.7 and I made sure I had all my files, etc (I did).
5. I opened the Kakewalk 4.0.4 USB drive folder that I booted from and ran the Kakewalk installer and pointed the installer to the drive that I just re-installed 10.7 to. Once it finished I rebooted the computer, got into the BIOS, and set my original hard drive as the 1st boot device.
6. When I booted off the HD into 10.7, I selected the 10.7.2 combo update and installed it. I also made sure I had no other programs running (to reduce the chance of another KP). This time it completed. DO NOT REBOOT!!!!!!!
7. I then opened Kakewalk 4.1.1 and chose "Upgrade Installation" This ran OK, but did not rebuild the system caches properly and threw an error. Per my note above, I ran the Kext Utility to do this.
It completed and then I rebooted.
8. When the system rebooted I checked the "About this Mac" and it said 10.7.2. I then set up iCloud.
Hope this helps you guys. It may not be the best or only method after the combo KP, but it worked for me
ehi mr janek
What can you say about that?
4.1.1 instaled ok
but iCloud can't Login!
Works good for me !!!
Board is GA-Z68MX-UD2H-B3, running fine with 10.7.1 and Kakewalk 4.1
Downloaded 4.1.1 and ran upgrade installation.
Downloaded and installed combo update (MacOSXUpdCombo10.7.2.dmg) - did not reboot.
Ran Upgrade installation of Kakewalk 4.1.1 again.
Reboot. Went through fine.
Ran "champlist" tool to generate a new serial.
Ran Apple's "Software Update".
Ran Disk Utility to repair Disk Permissions (there were only five mismatches).
All works just fine, including iCloud.
Thanks Mr. Janek !
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