Updating kernel patch for a1200
Version 4.2.5 of the patch tool and older support older versions of the installer app.Q: The patch tool gives me errors, such as "Error copying files...". Try re-formatting it, or just try a different USB drive.Note: Only perform steps 5 and 6 if you intend to do a clean install. When the install completes, reboot back onto the installer drive.Otherwise, you can simply skip these steps and install to your volume containg a previous version of OS X, and it'll do an in-place upgrade. Select the disk or partition you want to install on, and erase it, ensuring to use Mac OS Extended (Journaled) as the filesystem type. This time, open the "mac OS Post Install" application. In the application, select the Mac model you are using.You will be warned and prompted to re-disable it if it does somehow become enabled. This can be obtained from the Mac App Store using a machine that supports Sierra, or can be found online.- A USB drive that's at least 8 GB in size - A copy of the tool - Download here (Current version: 4.2.7) - Unsupported Wi Fi modules in some systems.It may sit there for a few moments rebuilding caches before rebooting. When it reboots, it should now boot into a fully working copy of mac OS Sierra.-- If for some reason the system fails to work correctly after rebooting, boot back into your installer drive, run the post install patch again, and select "Force Cache Rebuild" before rebooting. To enable Night Shift on your unsupported machine, simply download and run the tool found here.
While it works and is fully usable, Sierra detects it as just a standard mouse, preventing you from changing some trackpad-oriented settings. Insert your desired USB drive, open Disk Utility, and format it as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Open the "mac OS Sierra Patcher" tool, and browse for your copy of the mac OS Sierra Installer App.Please Note Strike through means site no longer available or page no longer available but might be available using Do not forget to check Aminet The FB357A is the A2000/3000/500 style (thick drive) and is High Density able (1,76Mb, only with kickstart/workbench 2.1 and up) It was available with or without faceplate.The Chinon FZ357A is the slim version for A1200/A600/A4000, is High Density too with the same restrictions.-- You can find out whether or not you have an unsupported card by opening System Profiler (About this Mac System Report...), and clicking on Wi Fi under the Network section.If your card type reads (0x14E4, 0x8C), (0x14E4, 0x9D), (0x14E4, 0x87), (0x14E4, 0x88), (0x14E4, 0x8B), or (0x14E4, 0x90), then you do NOT have a compatible card.