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installed new voodoo kernel and system won't boot


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I had 10.5.8 running my my DELL E1705. But was having some issues with the About this Mac/More Info/Hardware to display so I was trying to update the kernel to a later version. I found Voodoo_XNU_9.6.0_V1.1 online and installed it. Now system won't boot, stuck at white apple logo screen. How can I get this to boot again?

I tried to hook up the laptop HD to my iMac and copy the old backed up kexts to it and it still won't boot. I used Disk Utility to repair permissions too.

I found out the new files that were installed in the Voodoo_XNU_9.6.0_V1.1 were:

system.kext
ipfirewire.kext

Any help would be appreciated, don't want to have to reinstall everything again.





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