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boot problem PCIRootUID DSDT chameleon snow leopard

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rednax

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Hey guys,

I succesfully installed Snow Leopard.
After a BIOS-update I was able to install Snow Leopard using I Boot and the PCIRootUID=1 command.
But... I still need to boot it with I Boot and the PCIRootUID command.

When I tried to install ##### it showed up an error.
And now I got Chameleon up and running, but it doesnt work.
It even stops the computer booting an installation on USB or DVD!

I guess the error is somewhere in Chameleon or my DSDT but I'm not sure.
There was a time i saw the verbose saying something about DSDT or something, but i don't know what exactly and what command i tried to show that.

Can anybody help me?

I will show a picture of the booting error when i use the command PCIRootUID=1 -v when im booting from the installed Chameleon. [screens are below]

Thanks in advance,
ReDNaX

Configuration:
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus II Formula
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad 9450
RAM: OCZ ReaperX HPC 4GB DDR2-1000
Graphics Card: ASUS EAH5870 (ATI 5870)
Sound Card: SupremeFX with Creative X-Fi chip (came with my Motherboard)
WLAN Card: DLink DWA-556

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Chameleon with first command
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PCIRootUID=1 -v
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PCIRootUID=1 -x -v
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PCIRootUID=1 cpus=1 -v
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We do not support tonymac tools here, so you won't get any help, at least not from moderators.

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So wat tool should i use as bootloader then?

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It's not a boot loader issue. You said yourself that you can no longer boot after running Multi**ast on your system.

Go to the TonyMac forums and ask about it there, they will be happy to help you.

btw there's no need to attach three photos showing the exact same kernel panic, one will do.
Don't be too lazy to examine and compare your own photos before uploading them. No prior knowledge is required in order to see that the three photos are identical, the only requirement is the ability to read.
As it is you're making others do that for you, which is quite rude.

Don't make other people guess. When asking for help, please be specific and provide as much information as possible. "I ran multibeast and now I can't boot" does not tell anyone anything.





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