As soon as these are removed (from Software Update and the like then the solution will falter.
One suggestion I would english make (as with all upgrades) is one of two routes prior to any upgrades: Install the new OS to a separate partition, so there is always a roll-back or escape lane should (god forbid) anything go awry).
MacRumors Forums, thanks nero for the submission Eric!
Boot up your lion install pen drive, when it loads, open "terminal" from the "tools" menu, type "cd /Volumes" then "ls" locate that Platform*.plist and lost delete.MacBook Pro 1,1 15 2006, the discussion here awakening is actually about supporting 32-bit.Processors Apple will officially support ipad Mac OS.7 Lion course on are: Any Core 2 dead Duo processor, best any Xeon Dual Core or better processor.It seems that the only thing preventing a Lion installation on a 32-bit platform is a hidden (from the system, or available through Terminal) file that can be removed: there is a small gotcha to this, is that you need to install Lion.Mac OS.7 Lion, I was disappointed to find out that my particular brand of MacBook Black (Intel Core Duo.0GHz from 2006 m spec here ) was officially not supported.There are methods of installing Lion on unsupported Intel Core Duo Macs, however these installations are unofficial and aren't recommended (not to mention not supported) by Apple.Now, not being one to give up on these things lightly, a little investigation reveals a simple method of getting the installer to run and upgrade this hardware.
Unfortunately, that doesn't work, the installer has install os x 10.7 on core duo its own set of checks, I tried every which way to try and install it straight to my CD MacBook, but alas I ended up having to use my work's C2D iMac.
This at least works with the first Developer Preview, although some MacRumors forum members note problems booting with Dev Preview.
Processors Apple will not officially support Mac OS.7 Lion on are: Any PowerPC processor, an Intel Mac from the following: iMac 4, / 20 iMac 4,2 2006 17, mac Mini 1,1 Early Late 2006.