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Read Carefully Before Installing
I am Not Responsible for Any kind of Damage That Happens to you by Using This DVD so Backup Your Data’s…….

This Is The Only Version That Allows You To Customize Your Installation - by Niresh12495 Use USB Keyboard and Mouse PS2 Cause Problems After Installing

Open DiskUtility (From Menu Bar --> Utilities --> Disk Utility) Select your Hard Disk
Select Partition
Set the Number of Volumes at "Partition Layout"
Set the Name of The First Volumes as "Mac" (It Will Show Like Untiled 1 , Untitled 2 … Set The Name of Untitled 1 as "Mac") Select Option
Select "GUID Partition Table"
Select Apply the OK
Quit "Disk Utility"
Select Mac As The Install Partition
Customize IF You Need Additional Languages or Additional thing (What Ever) Then Install

After Installing Boot Again Using The DVD
Now Select "Mac" to boot from
it Will Load a Bunch of Texts
Then Provide Your Basic Information in order to Create a User Name After Mac OS X Lion is Configured open The Volumes "Niresh12495-Lion" open the Folder Niresh12495 Open Chameleon Installer
configure it if you know what are those Options and Uses of it otherwise Don't Select any Additional Options just Install it now copy the org.chameleon.Boot.plist to the volumes "Mac"/Extra (If You Don't Copy smbios.plist Probably You Have To Remove AppleTYMCEDriver.kext in Order to Avoid Kernel Panics ) Open The Application "PlistEdit Pro" and Open The com.chameleon.Boot.plist Which is In The /Mac/Extra Folder (Which you just Copied ) and Edit it

If You Don't Have a NVidia Graphics Card or ATI Radeon Delete Graphics Enabler String Yes (and Also Remove Before Adding any Graphics Texts) if You Don't Set Your USB Mode as Legacy Delete USBBusFix String Yes Set your Monitor's Resolution In the Sibling Graphics Mode String ****x****x32

after Editing
Copy the Contents of Extensions folder to "Mac"/System/Library/Extensions Open The Application "Text Wizard" Set "Target Disk" as...
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