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I'm putting together a boot132 cd w/ the 10.1 EFI boot, Chameleon RC1, new dsmos, etc. I've got a simple working DSDT as I'm know longer getting CMOS wipes when trouble shooting this.

When I swap discs and add -v at the command line to boot the DVD, I don't get any further than 2 lines of 'Loading HFS+ File: (mach_kernel)' followed by a CRC #.

Anyone else putting together a disc and have suggestions?

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I'm putting together a boot132 cd w/ the 10.1 EFI boot, Chameleon RC1, new dsmos, etc. I've got a simple working DSDT as I'm know longer getting CMOS wipes when trouble shooting this.

When I swap discs and add -v at the command line to boot the DVD, I don't get any further than 2 lines of 'Loading HFS+ File: (mach_kernel)' followed by a CRC #.

Anyone else putting together a disc and have suggestions?


I personally installed Chameleon 2 RC1 on an old 1GB USB memory stick, replaced the boot file with PC EFI 10.1, added my DSDT, kexts,SMBIOS,boot.plist......etc and used this to boot the original DVD. It worked perfectly.

Also use fakesmc instead of dsmos. It's better.





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