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Hm..see if waiting produces any more messages.

Is there any way you can boot to the GUI? You would look in /Extra/Extensions/IOATAFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns to find the AppleServerWorkSATA.kext or whatever it's called.

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it's not in there, could that be the problem.

It can sit for 30+ minutes and the last line is the firewire.

Before it would say still waiting for root. it won't now.

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You're using modbin_kernel?

Apparently launchd is not running...see if you can find anything via Google. If not try a new installation and see if that changes anything.

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I know I haven't been a help –– but maybe this could be the ticket.

If you clone your 10.6.4, since you will be back to square one anyway, download combo update 10.6.8 from apple.

Get this zip: legacy_kernel-10.6.8.v2.pkg

This zip: IOPCIFamily_AppleACPIPlatform_Apple80211Monitor_10.6.7

Install the kexts with Kext Wizard to S/L/E.
You could put them in your Extra folder as well.

Be sure to install the legacy kernel before you restart your computer after the combo is installed. There should be some docs in the legacy package to explain further what you will need to do with it to make it work.

The combo may install a network plug-in you don't need and it could disable your card simply remove the new plug-in and you should be good to go.

It worked for both my AMD set-ups, but, I am a bit behind you as far as bleeding edge goes. Also, I am on nVidia chipset, not ATI. Mileage may vary.

AMD Utility will be a big help too.

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The legacy kernel from nawcom gives me a kp. the modbin_kernel on the modcd gives me a KP. the mach_kernel.test7 (renamed to seven_kernel and string changed in O.C.B.Plist) does not give me a kp, it will get me to the appleserverworksata. But when I get back I will reload.

I did get the 10.6.7 and 10.6.8 combo updates from the apple website and tried both, both stick at the appleserverworksata. The original install stuck there as well, but I was able to use the terminal on the installer to copy the /*ATA* from the install DVD to my /S/L/E and set permissions and that got me past the serverworksata freeze and got me the original install working, but can't seem to find that fix again for the 10.6.7 or 10.6.8 updates.

And you have been a help, you've given me other ideas to try and it's much better then monologuing with myself.

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Post your KP from the legacy_kernel.

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sorry with the legacy_kernel it just reboots.

Let me try to clarify as I think I confused myself and didn't explain right: so I cloned my working 10.6.4 over to my other partition to start over.

So I boot into the os x I'm going to tinker with and update to 10.6.8. I already have these downloaded so I install the 10.6.8 update. before reboot I open the legacy kernel 10.8 installer pkg. when I try to install it fails halfway through...hmm ok. so I recloned and started over again. this time from my working 10.6.4 (stable not messed with) I install the 10.6.8 update to my other partition(tinkering partition) once that is done i close the installer(since it doesn't ask for a reboot) I open the legacy kernel installer and install to the tinkering partition. It install successfully. I install the multi_biotch with only the fakesmc and chimera, classic theme, success.

So now that's done I remove the modcd from my cdplayer (since I still have to boot with it (can't seem to get it to boot from HDD

reboot, brings me to chameleon, I pick the updated partition and type -v. restarts...i type hd(0,3)/extra/modbin_kernel -v -f (cause I copied the modbin_kernel to that folder and it runs through the kexts, loads the kernel and stops at the appleserverworksata.

As an experiment i tried booting into my stable partition with the chameleon that's on my hdd. it automatically loads the modbin_kernel cause that's in the boot list for that partition and then I get a kernel panic and the last line of the panic says something about appleintelcpupowermanagement.

Now this got me thinking, even when I boot with modcd to my good partition (the only way I can) the last line I see before it loads the blue screen is something about appleintelcpupowermanagement isn't loaded correctly or something is wrong with it, but it goes too fast to read it.

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AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement should not load on your system, it only works with the vanilla kernel. It should be blacklisted by the patched kernel in order to prevent it from loading.

If the last thing you see is a blue screen, try using the other monitor output on your video card. Use a DVI-VGA adapter if you need to.

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after the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement I get the blue screen for like 2-5 seconds then my desktop loads. That's only the 10.6.4 version. Not using a patched kernel for that one.

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No, you are using a patched kernel. You cannot use an unpatched kernel on an AMD CPU.

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ok, well can you explain how the patched kernel is supposed to blacklist that but I still see it.

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Could any of this have to do with the reason that the time on my bios keeps resetting. I first thought it was windows, but then I looked at the clock in my bios. It keeps jumping 7 hours ahead. But my mac OS has the time perfect.....

Just when I learn one thing, 10 more things pop up that I have no clue about.

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If he doesn't have Null, that's why AppleIntel would load. Go ahead and delete AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement from /System/Library/Extensions.

Your BIOS resets can be fixed either by a DSDT patch or the kext ElliotForceLegacyRTC.kext.

I think putting your CPU clock settings back to defaults for now would help. Just until we get OS X working. :)

That modbin kernel won't be able to run 10.6.8; the kernel version is 10.0.0, you need 10.8.0. Google "modbin_kernel 10.8.0" w/out the quotes and see what you can find.

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doesn't look like there is a modbin_kernel that will work on anything higher than 10.6.4. That might be my whole problem.....:(

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I still don't understand why the legacy kernel keeps rebooting, unless it doesn't like your over clock. Many AMD users use the legacy kernel.

You can also look up and see if there are any other 10.6.8 AMD kernels available (AnV has a kernel, I believe).

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well I found one that would work to get me to freeze on the appleserverworksata. The kernel that works is the mach_kernel.test7, but (I'm pretty sure) the modbin_kernel from the modcd gets me to stick at that same spot.

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I honestly can't think of why launchd is not executing...

Look up "AMD FX-4100 10.6.8" w/out the quotes and see what you come up with. Reduce the clock speed to normal if you haven't already (it's important).

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Legacy Kernel 10.8.0 V2 is crucial to getting up to 10.6.8.

I haven't over-clocked since the K7 series of AMD, but, the highest hurdle to cross was the FSB getting too charged up for the PCI devices to operate properly, it's a pain trying to synchronize memory to a hot bus, so, things tend to get out of balance. Just when you think everything is smooth sailing, an oil tanker comes around and runs you over. I don't know if HT presents the same problems or not though.

I understand there have been some strides in the OC world though. Still, over powering the CPU core can present problems all its own.

From what I have gathered recently 'Cool'n'Quiet' could also be a problem for getting the hack running.

There are only a handful of 'Bulldozer' OSXers out there right now. If you get yours running after an update, you are way ahead. I'm not sure any of them are as far as you are now.

Good Work!

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Ok so I turned off the OC. turned off my custom pstates. back to 3.6 ghz. and HOLY DAMN OSX IS SLOW NOW!!!! It seriously dropped almost half on it's load speed. still no difference on being able to use the legacy kernel 10.8. Just restarts. I am wondering if it has anything to do with the CPU Instructions that my CPU has. Not only do I have sse and sse2 but I also have sse3 ssse3 sse4.1 & sse4.2

I don't know anything about that but from what I have gathered is AMD's don't support anything higher than sse2 and intel is sse3 and ssse3 all the way. So could this be part of why I can only use the modbin_kernel?

I know the bulldozer architecture is different then any other AMD cpu out there.

As for overclocking I didn't even have to change my voltage. I can change the multiplier in my bios and over clock to 4.7ghz without adjusting the voltage and no bugs. but it gets hot after 4.5ghz. This chip can be OC'd to 8Ghz. But I will never attempt that.

I also think my biggest problem is that my motherboard is a NB990FX and SB950

EDIT: I deleted both kexts for the AppleIntelCpuPower...whatever and it still shows right before it loads the desktop that
AppleIntelPower........ is incomplete or unsupported

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My Athlon 64x2 supports SSE3 while my Athlon 64 3200+ does not.

The GUI on the 3200+ is whacked and shows lines through anything shaped like an oval--like the search window has a line by the magnifier icon. Also, when using Cover Flow, the stock icons look like balloons with dirt smeared all over them. Weird.

I guess it's down to the SSE3 emulation not quite working right. Maybe my {censored} NV 6200--Dunno?

I still don't understand the conflict with the Legacy Kernel you're having.
Modbin never worked for my AMD's but legacy always worked like a charm.





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