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Kernel panic at Apple logo - Hazard 10.6.2


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theconnactic

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Could please post screenshots of it, and tell us exactly which settings did you use? That will help other users with same hardware a lot.

To the mods: could anyone move this topic to the AMD development section, since it's also directed at unsupported Intel CPUs?

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Ok, well, I installed with hazard 10.6.2 using these kext/settings:
- Bootloader chameleon RC4; if you choose RC3 dual-booting with Windows 7 it will damage your windows 7's installation;
- Legacy Kernel
- All sata fixes minus IOATAFamiliy's fixes
- For audio legacy HDA but I have to look for some other;
- Network marvell yukon
- For graphics GraphicsEnabler and NVEnabler;
- Quicktime 7 (optional)
After that I had to remove AppleVIIATA.kext, SuperVIIATA.kext, Sleepenabler.kext, ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext and IOATAFamily.kext and all was working! Only pay attention to choose right kexts for you network card, because if you choose a wrong one, in the post-installation configuration setup you'll ge stuck on "Transfer your data" or something like!





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