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Lion AMD Legacy AMD X6 1090t / Still waiting for root device

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Hello Community,

At first i´m sorry for my bad english.
Im trying since 2 days to install Lion on my AMD PC.
I managed to install Lion on my "Hackintosh". ->>
1. Install Snow Leopard
2. Mount iatkos L2.dmg and install it with OSinstall.mpkg (i think the name was this)
3. Copy bronzovkAnVoodoo 0.9.26 inside Lion root folder (mach_kernel)
4. Reboot

Now my problem:
If i start the computer (-v -f -legacy UserKernelCache=No npci=0x3000 cpus=1 maxmem=4096) the "boot-up" will end at this point:
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I don´t know what to do.

My Hardware is
CPU: AMD X6 1090T
MOBO: Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3
RAM: 6GB (soon again 8GB)
GRAPHIC: Gigabyte GTX460 OC 1GB

Hope anyone can help me :/ & sorry for my bad english.

regards marv



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try to boot without the -f option



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Try adding USBLegacyOff=Yes to your boot flags.



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its npci 2000 on LION, 3000 is for snow. CONFIRMED working, well somewhat on that WALMART emachine 350APU. Its a 350 not a 300 as advertised.

I used GraphicEnabled=no and npci=0x2000 and I got the installer to load.

Where Im stuck now is hdd free space, even on erased drive still reports insufficient.

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