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Howto set flag for 64Bit?


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meinanwalt

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I just installed 10A432 at my Core2Duo. I used 64 bit kextes and snowleo runs smoothly at 64 bit. 32 bit ends in an black screen.
So I tried to set the 64bit switch in L/P/S/com.apple.Boot.plist but snow always ends in 32bit. i tried "arch=x86_64", "-x64" but nothing changed. only when i set the flag -x64 at boot prompt everything is fine.

where or what do i have to change? ^^

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nofearl

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I think /E/...boot.plist

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same thing here:

with edit com.apple.Boot.plist not work with writing -x64 or arch=x86_64

just only when boot with set the flag -x64 at boot prompt

Another way for fix it?

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isn't netkas boot file supposed to load x64 as default?

atleast this is what he has written on hisblog and what his boot file does on my machine or try, since x64 doens't work on my hac





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