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Using PCI-Root-UID value:0, ATI card non-POSTed, reading VBIOS from PCI ROM, Memory allocation error


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Dear friends, I tried to install .dmg image of preinstalled 10.7 DP3. In first boot I get following message:

Using PCI-Root-UID value :0
Framebuffer @0xB0000000 MMIO @0xFA9F0000 I/O Port @0x00000000 ROM Addr @0xFA9C0000
ATI card non-POSTed, reading VBIOS from PCI ROM @0xfa9c0000
Memory allocation error! Addr=0x0, Size=0xa9e2ee0, File=device_inject.c, Line=220
This is a non recoverable error! System HALTED!!!

Drivers for my videocard for 10.6 in S/L/E does not help.

Whether is a solution for this problem?
Perhaps, it is necessary to clear kexts cache? But how?

I have Radeon x2300 video, and Intel Dual Core T2080 CPU.

Thank you!!


P.S. Sorry for my bad English.

Thank you!

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Dear friends, I tried to install .dmg image of preinstalled 10.7 DP3. In first boot I get following message:

Using PCI-Root-UID value :0
Framebuffer @0xB0000000 MMIO @0xFA9F0000 I/O Port @0x00000000 ROM Addr @0xFA9C0000
ATI card non-POSTed, reading VBIOS from PCI ROM @0xfa9c0000
Memory allocation error! Addr=0x0, Size=0xa9e2ee0, File=device_inject.c, Line=220
This is a non recoverable error! System HALTED!!!

Drivers for my videocard for 10.6 in S/L/E does not help.

Whether is a solution for this problem?
Perhaps, it is necessary to clear kexts cache? But how?

I have Radeon x2300 video, and Intel Dual Core T2080 CPU.

Thank you!!


P.S. Sorry for my bad English.

Thank you!


U can use, UseKernelCache=No or just these flags -f -v at start up, last ones always work for me. Good luck

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U can use, UseKernelCache=No or just these flags -f -v at start up, last ones always work for me. Good luck


It also does not help :-(
I also tried to delete /System/Library/Caches/ and to restore access rights in Disk Utility in 10.6, installed on same HDD (in other partition).

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It also does not help :-(
I also tried to delete /System/Library/Caches/ and to restore access rights in Disk Utility in 10.6, installed on same HDD (in other partition).

It seems it's something wrong with the graphics card, maybe u need to upgrade it.
Did u tried with -x flag or with the Tonymac's ##### cd

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Try GraphicsEnabler=No

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Mmmm, lets see.
can you boot into single user mode? Type -s at the chameleon prompt.

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Give up on this?

you might want to remove all the ATIxxx.kexts to a backup location like /kext_backup/ and boot with -v -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes.

might get you into the desktop.





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