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Graphics-related Kernel Panic right after cursor appears.


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Shane Hsu

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I follow this guide and successfully install Lion onto my Hackintosh. I followed every steps, except that I have my Installation partition and the Lion partition all on the same drive.
Everything's working except for the Graphics. So, I use "Graphics Enabler = Yes" to the com.Apple.boot.plist (located in Installation's Extra folder)
And, Kernel Panic right after cursor appeared.
I use a nVidia 7900GS/256MB and it works great on Snow Leopard.
It indicates that com.Apple.GeForce7xxxx is the problem. What should I do?

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Having same problem here.

Were you able to find a solution?

Thanks.

AP

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You should add:
<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>arch=i386</string>

to your com.apple.Boot.plist in /Extra

I think it is because the 7000 series nvidia cards has no 64 bit drivers, but i'm not sure...

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I also had this problem on a Geforce 7300LE and using arch=i386 also fixed this for me





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