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Appendix F

Printable Checklist
This checklist has 3 sections:

1. Preparation
2. Installation
3. BIOS Settings

Preparation:

[ ] 1. Working DS3L-based system with compatible BIOS
[ ] 2. Video Card with 10.5.5-compatible driver
[ ] 3. Blank CD (or DVD)
[ ] 4. A retail Leopard Installation DVD (not a recovery disc for iMac, Macbook, etc.)

Installation:

[ ] 1. Update BIOS if required (F7+ for P35-DS3L or F5+ for P35-DS3L)
[ ] 2. Set BIOS Settings (see BIOS section below)
[ ] 3. Plug the Boot Drive & DVD drive into SATA Ports 0 and 1 (nearest the memory slots)
[ ] 4. Burn the BootCD (as an ISO, not a file, to a blank CD or DVD disc)
[ ] 5. Install Leopard:
[ ] a. Boot up using the BootCD (ignore the ‘missing file’ message that flashes)
[ ] b. Press Enter at the first prompt
[ ] c. Eject the BootCD and insert the Leopard DVD at the second prompt
[ ] d. Type in the 2-digit code you see on the second line and press Enter (9f, etc.)
[ ] e. After the disc loads, install Leopard like usual and reboot
* Format the drive using GUID and HFS+ in Disk Utility
* To save space, you can optionally uncheck printers, languages, etc.
* Unchecking those options also speeds up installation time
* You can skip Disk Checking

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Installation: (continued)

[ ] 6. Setup Leopard:
[ ] a. Boot up using the BootCD (ignore the ‘missing file’ message that flashes)
[ ] b. Press Enter at the first prompt
[ ] c. Type in “80” and press Enter at the second prompt
[ ] d. Setup Leopard like usual
* You can skip entering your Apple ID or registration information by
pressing Command + Q (or Windows + Q on a standard keyboard)
[ ] e. At the desktop, eject and remove the BootCD
[ ] 7. Software Installation, Part 1: (in the “Installation” folder)
[ ] a. Install Chameleon
[ ] b. Install 1-Click (UInstaller app)
[ ] c. Install the 601mb 10.5.5 Combo Update
[ ] d. Reboot
[ ] 8. Software Installation, Part 2: (in the “Installation” folder)
[ ] a. Install Taruga for audio
[ ] b. Run Software Update and download all updates
[ ] c. Reboot
[ ] d. Keep checking Software Update and rebooting until it’s empty
[ ] e. Disable Automatic Updates in System Preferences
[ ] 9. Test your System:
[ ] a. Shutdown
[ ] b. Restart
[ ] c. Sleep (Note: Ethernet takes 10 seconds to wake from sleep)
[ ] d. Time Machine (force backup via the menubar icon, this checks UUID fix;
alternatively try SuperDuper)
[ ] e. AFP/Bonjour (iTunes Shares, etc.)

BIOS Settings:

Standard CMOS Settings:
[ ] [Set Date]
[ ] [Set Time]
[ ] [Shows your Hard Drives - Multiple Fields]
[ ] Drive A [None]
[ ] Floppy 3 Mode Support [Disabled]
[ ] Halt On [No Errors]
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Advanced BIOS Settings:
[ ] Hard Disk Boot Priority [Press Enter]
[ ] First Boot Device: [CDROM]
[ ] Second Boot Device: [Hard Disk]
[ ] Third Boot Device: [None]
[ ] Password Check: [Setup]
[ ] HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability [Enabled]
[ ] Limit CPUID Max. to 3 [Disabled]
[ ] No-Execute Memory Protect [Enabled]
[ ] CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) [Enabled]
[ ] CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) [Enabled]
[ ] CPU EIST Function [Enabled]
[ ] Full Screen LOGO Show [Disabled]
[ ] Init Display First [PEG]

Integrated Peripherals:
[ ] SATA AHCI Mode [Enabled]
[ ] SATA Port0-1 Native Mode [Disabled]
[ ] USB Controller [Enabled]
[ ] USB 2.0 Controller [Enabled]
[ ] USB Keyboard Support [Enabled]
[ ] USB Mouse Support [Enabled]
[ ] Legacy USB storage detect [Enabled]
[ ] Azalia Codec [Auto]
[ ] Onboard H/W LAN [Enabled]
[ ] > SMART LAN [Press Enter]
[ ] Onboard LAN Boot ROM [Disabled]
[ ] Onboard IDE Controller [Disabled]
[ ] Onboard Serial Port 1 [Disabled]
[ ] Onboard Parallel Port [Disabled]
[ ] * Parallel Port Mode [SPP] * EP35 only - this disables when Onboard Parallel Port is disabled

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Power Management Setup:
[ ] ACPI Suspend Type [S3(STR)]
[ ] Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN [Instant-Off]
[ ] PME Event wake Up [Disabled]
[ ] Power On by Ring [Disabled]
[ ] Resume by Alarm [Disabled]
[ ] HPET Support [Enabled]
[ ] HPET Mode [64-bit mode]
[ ] Power On By Mouse [Disabled]
[ ] Power On By Keyboard [Disabled]
[ ] AC Back Function [Soft-Off]

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