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Amd os x bulldozer tmsafetynet.kext acpi table not found Dsdt.aml hazard 10.6.6i hackintosh

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it does the same thing as every kernel except modbin. So there is something in that kernel that is not in any of the other ones. (sorry for being captain obvious) :)

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I never thought it was unusual for AMDs to have SSE3/SSSE3/SSE4? Particularly newer models?

Do you boot with arch=i386? I believe the legacy kernels only support 32-bit (i386). You can force a 64-bit userspace later, but try booting with arch=i386 and the legacy kernel and see if that makes a difference.

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ok booting with arch=i386 doesn't help, the only way I have found to not get it to reset is to use busratio=18 (cause my busratio is 18 at factory speed) and I get this KPAttached File  IMAG0410.jpg   704.1KB   6 downloads

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Alright so time to update you guys.

First off I got the DVD to work by turning off combined ide mode in bios. Easy fix.

Updated to 10.6.8 with the modbin_kernel. Yes it does work past 10.6.4

Flashed my Asus 6770 Radeon to a 5770 and got qe/ci working, at least i have the translucent bar and front page and video doesn't crash now. Still only shows a ati 5000 for the card but oh well I'll do more research.

And I can boot off the HDD's just for some reason I have to switch what HDD boots in my bios cause the Mac HDD can't load win 7 and the disc can't fix it. and i can't load osx from the windows part.

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Whatever it shows for graphics is purely cosmetic. :)

Now are both OS'es on the same HDD?

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no, here is how I got it.

Hd 0,2 SL 10.6.8 stable
HD 0,3 SL 10.7.2 experimental. We trying.
Hd 1,2 Windows 7
Hd 1,3 Data Drive
Hd 1,4-6 Linux (cause it has 3 partitions)
HD 2,2 Windows 8

If I have the HD 0 which is my samsung set to boot I can run sl but when I try to boot windows it says I need to put in the windows install disc, so I try and it says it is not compatiable with this version.
If I put HD 1 as my boot, I can boot windows 7, 8 and linux, just not osx.

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Download EasyBCD on Windows 7 and add a Mac selection to the Windows Boot Loader.

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already have it, maybe I need to refresh it since I have mac booting from HDD

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Yeah, just make sure that you have EasyBCD pointing to the right drive. :)





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