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I don´t know in fact, if the problem was due to AMD instalation or if my HD crashed.
Now, my HP doesn´t boot with a Boot CD.. it doesn´t recognize the BIOS, just stay on the initial screen with the F1/F2/F9/F10 and F11 options.
P.S: When I installed, I made 1 partion with a MRB mode.
Does anyone here know how to fix it or help me?
Posted 03 June 2010 - 09:20 AM
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My labtop's information:
Cpu: AMD TURION x2 RM-70
Memory: 3072mb DDR2
Motherboard's model:Ant3, AMD 780G chipset,
Graphics: ATI RADEON 3100 graphic
I really want to install Mac OSX
Please anyone help me?
Posted 24 July 2010 - 12:13 AM
Posted 05 August 2010 - 11:22 PM
I have finally managed to get my Dual Xeon running 10.6.3 perfectly..
8 cores and 16 simultaneous Threads.. is awesome
Running 2 x W5580 Xeons on a Supermicro X8DAi Mobo.
Both Lan work and were both automatically recognized by SL.
I installed my PC EFI 10.6 to a small USB stick with the necessery Kexts that way my Installation is Pure Vanilla.
I only installed one Kext to HDD (Audio) even the NVEnablers for my GTX285 (was a pain in the A**) are on the usb Stick. Screen shot as proof attached.
I can warmly recommend these Supermicro Boards, no hassle works great.
Hmm, so now this is done I need a new project
hey just checking did you do this instal on this: SUPERMICRO SYS-7046A-T Workstation?
if you did do you think you could write a step by step guide?
This is an amazing deal if you could do this, as the case+mobo+psu are $829 online.
adding 2 processors for around $800 + $300 ram+ $300 hd + $300video you are already well on your way to a really nice Mac Pro competing machine!
Posted 06 August 2010 - 02:18 PM
Hope you can help me.
I have a Dell T5500, and I'm posting CPU-Z specs and links to my config (including kernel panic) here:
In a nutshell; tried iatkos in various ways (internal HD, external USB HD) but it would never get past the bootloader.
Tried the same with myhack and vanilla SL, same story; a quick white flash and reboot just after the booting.
Then by sheer fluke I tried an SL Install on an HD I'd installed on another machine (Q6600 on Abit IP35 Pro, which was working), and lo and behold, SL starts loading.
It kernel panics when it gets to attaining the processor specs; see my picassa webalbum for that one (last picture).
Can anyone help me figure out how to modify the smbios file (or any other file needed) to put in the correct values for my processors and memory?
I currently can't boot SL, but I can modify and copy files to the install HD via W7.
(in the Dell T5500 thread on this same forum, someone has got it working on a Dell T5500, but his spec is different to mine).
Posted 08 August 2010 - 07:57 PM
With a -force64 it works.
So far so good.
But no ethernet yet, and no proper graphics support, though with the fermi hack posted in the nvidia section that is hopefully solved.
Also, it won't see my internal Pata drives..I wonder what I can do to solve that...
What can I do to get my processors recognised properly? Does it really matter?
Posted 10 August 2010 - 09:25 AM
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Posted 15 September 2010 - 09:52 AM
I just got snow leopard running on my pc. im getting the issue with my processor showing as 1.67 ghz unknown (i have a 2.4 q6600). i'm just wondering, does the way it's reading affect performance? or will i still get the performance of a 2.4 even tho its recognizing as 1.67?
thx for the help...
here are my system specs:
3GB DDR2 RAM
Intel Quad Core Q6600
Nvidia 8800GT 512
p.s. in the hardware list its showing that i have 4 cores so at least its recognizing the quad core, but still reads as 1.67
Posted 13 October 2010 - 01:05 AM
Anyone with 980x have the correct string to make it work?
Posted 15 October 2010 - 01:43 AM
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