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There is no stand alone DMG for DP3. You can only download the update seperatly but there is no use since you got the DP1.

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I could not install original DP2 build (11a419); how did you install the 11a459e build as it is an update ?


You can apply the LionSWUpdate.pkg files to the installation media beforehand using a Snow Leopard install/VM.

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I had a working Lion DP 2, when I updated to the latest DP 3 which released about 5 days ago, i did get this message "PCI Configuration Begin". I have a 9500 GT nVidia graphic card.

I'm able to get into the Lion, but I can do nothing because there is not any icon or menu i can click on. I get a loop of reading my hard drive and then resting for about 10 secs, and then reading my hard drive and then no sound from my hard drive again. and I'm stuck at the blue screen after Lion boots up just before the wallpaper wants to be displayed.

Any solutions ?

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Use Appleacpiplatform.kext and IOPCIfamily.kext from either DP2 or Snow Leopard.
Iopcifamily Appleacpiplatform

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I used those kext. now im stuck at dsmos has arrived

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Any help with the "DSMOS has arrived" problem ? thanks

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nope

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Add me to the DSMOS has arrived camp.

Gigabyte EP-45T-USB3P
GTX 570

The only way I can even get there is if I swap the IOPCIFamily and Apple kexts with the ones from snow leo. I tried rominators suggestion on netkas's site of unplugging the monitor before boot, and still no dice. It never even tries to load the desktop. I am sure once the final retail release is out, someone will fix this, but in the mean time, does anyone have any ideas?

EDIT: I AM using ATY_Init, but it is not working obviously.

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Ok my fix for this is simple.
You will get to the pvi-config begin with this also except this fix will make it go a little faster JK a lot faster. You should hear "strange noises" from your comp just leave it and it will boot.

Use these files

Readme---
Make sure hidden files are enabled there is a boot file for chameleon use it. Over-right the existing one. Then boot with -v arch=i386

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You have defined your gfx card....that will only work for others with the same card, in the same slot....

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Is there a fix for this at all aside from adding the EFI string to the boot.plist? (Anyone have a string for a GTX 570?)

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Add me in the list, Mac OS X Lion DP 4

Specs:
Intel Core i5 760
12GB RAM. (Tried to boot with Maxmem=4096 no luck)
Nvidia GT450 (this is the F**king problem)

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Hi all, recently i upgraded my Hackintosh from OS X Lion DP 1 to DP 4. After creating USB drive etc, i start the installation, and it stalls @ [PCI Configuration Begin]. (no prob with DP 1). I'm using a Nvidia GT450, after swapping a Nvidia 9500GT it boots and install normally. Installed appropriate kexts and EFI string for GT450 hoping it to boot. After swap back to GT450 and reboot, it still hangs at [PCI configuration Begin] ;). Ive tried all kinds of boot flags, nothing seems to work :(

My specs:
Intel Core i5 760
Asus P7H55M-PRO
Nvidia GT450 (Nvidia 9500GT temporary :( )
12GB RAM (tried maxmem=4096 no luck :))

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Hi all,
just reverted to original DP4 AppleACPI... IOPCI.. IO80211... kexts on my Dell Latitude E6400 Nvidia.
The pci Configuration ist tricked out very simple:
Just make shure, that in dsdt Device (PCI0) has the line "Name (_UID, Zero)" not "Name (_ADR, Zero)" like described here:
http://www.insanelym...p...t&p=1387099
worked like a charm for me!
Thanks to Gringo Vermelho's post at the 10.6.8 thread!

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Best fix for the "PCI Configuration Begin" freeze so far:
http://netkas.org/?p=852
Thanks Oleg!

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i've found a solution for my gtx460:

install lion dp4 then, after pci conf begin , reboot my leopard partition on usb drive, change IOACPI & IOPCI with dp2 or dp1 IOACPI & IOPCI(don't remember properly) and delete AppleIntelCpuPowermanagement (KP for me) then put in same folder ATY_init kext. After this, download last kext utility.. 2.5... for lion... then put this in System/Library folder and drag Extensions folder on it for permissions repair... That's All... restart and works fine... also dsmos has arrived...

I've now, problem with internal alc662 audio, i don't know kext for this... and for restart (CSMOS RESET after this)

my specs are Zotac GF9300 mini itx wifi with q6600 .. gtx460 1gb gddr5...

Any suggestions?

tnxx

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try this solution by bcc9
It worked for my GT220/GT240. I don't have Fermi to test.

Ok, I was able to fix the console logging problem after "PCI Configuration Begin" is displayed simply by adding:
npci=0x2000 to the kernel boot flags. Ie in com.apple.Boot.plist:
<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>-v arch=i386 npci=0x2000</string>

no kext or DSDT hacking required.



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Great, thanks for the heads up.

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try this solution by bcc9
It worked for my GT220/GT240. I don't have Fermi to test.


Thanks that actually worked for me.
I'm using a GTX 470 and a P6T Deluxe V2 and Lion GM installs and is usable without any other modifications, just using GraphicsEnabler=y

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I used Oleg's patch for IOPCIFamily.kext and added the kernel boot flag npci=0×2000 to com.apple.boot.plist. I get past PCI Configuration begin but now I am stalled at "USBMSC Identifier (non-unique): " in the boot sequence. Any suggestions?





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