I have been trying to set up 10.6.X on a new system which is an HP Pavilion P6501C system, equiped with the i3 540 CPU, MSI MS-7613 system board, 4gb DDR3 memory, during installation using a single SATA II 160GB hdd on the first port, and bios SATA set to AHCI, using the built in NIC which is a Realtek 888S, (works when installing SL 10.6.3 retail, using IBoot 2.7 method) built in RealTek HD audio, using the Intel GMA HD integrated graphics from the boards Intel H57 Express chipset. I have attempted installing Snow Leopard 10.6.3 retail, using IBoot 2.7 boot cd to load the OSX retail install DVD. Installation completes successfully, and boots up from the IBoot CD. Snow Leopard 10.6.3 boots with the IBoot CD. I can't confirm it, but I do not believe audio was working, and graphics were very basic.
So coming this far is a great sign, yet when following the "IBoot-MultiBeast" guide found at the TonyMacx86 forum, I cripple the boot process when I apply MultiBeast's "EasyBeast" settings. Upon rebooting I see a new Chameleon boot loader screen loading from the HDD, but always get stuck at the following message.
"appleintelcpupowermanagement : Timed Out"
I have tried -x, and single user mode with no success, and even booting with the previously working IBoot boot disc now fails.
I have not been able to find much information on getting OSX on this particular system board, and really don't play around with Kexts much more than I absolutely have to for making things work. I'm asking for any advice you may have, what to look for, or maybe other possible solutions other than the IBoot/MultiBeast method. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
If anyone can help me out I would be so greatful.
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