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It seems I am having the same problem that FalloutX is having in his topic. I have the same error (screenshot posted below) as him and everything.

I think it might have to do with my motherboard and BIOS.
I have a ASUS P4B533, and I am running ACPI BIOS Revision 1011 on it.

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I know this might sound stupid and I'm certainly not calling you anything bad, but did you try going into your BIOS and disabling ACPI?

I know at some point OSX started panicing when it was checking it out in my BIOS, so I disabled it and OSX re-enables it, or runs its own brand, something like that. When ACPI is enabled in the BIOS, I get a panic. When its disabled, OSX tells me it found something, and continues to load.

It's worth a shot, if you haven't already tried it.

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How do I disable ACPI?
I am in VMware.

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i got that in native mode any suggestions?





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