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Specification
Intel Dual Core E5400 @2.7 Ghz (Socket LGA 775)
RAM 1 GB (2 pcs) DDR2 PC6400
HDD IDE 120GB
VGA ATI Radeon 4650 DDR2 1GB
Motherboard Advance G31



First Experiment =I downloaded iAt*kos L2, then i burn it to my cd. but i can't boot it, after a text "boot from cd" my pc went loop restart

Solved =it can't used DVD Drive eksternal(USB), so i must use DVD Drive SATA (Internal)

Second experiment = Still using iAt*kos L2, and i have change my dvd drive (so i'm using DVD Drive Internal). Succes untill i saw a picture of a lion, after that i press F8 and then add boot flag -v , but i got an error ebios read error device timeout

Solved = My hard disk must be empty, so there aren't any partition in my hard disk.

Third Experiment = Still using iAt*kos L2, hard disk was empty. succes and passed the error in second experiment, but i got a new problem, i'm stuck in here(see the picture below)

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I've tried this bootflag :
-v --> failed (same with the picture in above)
-v -f ---> failed (same with the picture in above)
-v -f -x --> failed (same with the picture in above)
-v arch=1386 --> failed (same with the picture in above)
-v -f cpus=1 --> failed (same with the picture in above)

Next i have tryied to use SATA HDD which is containing my Windows system, but i was create an Uanlocated space about 30gb. but it was same, i'm stuck in that error(the picture above)

Setting HDD in bios = Enchached (because i don' found any AHCI setting in my bios)

this my Bios setting :


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Sorry for my bad english, because i'm not usually using english (i hope you will understand what i mean). and i hope all of you can help me to solve this problem.

Than you very much before :)







UPDATEI'm trying to use iDe*neb 10.5.5 but stuck at this (see the picture). this picture come after Boot from CD (so i haven't seen yet the setup or iDeneb text)
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My opinion is to start here and don't use distros.

http://www.insanelym...ox-beta-is-out/

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hello

try to see in bios if any thing related to sata mode...

and try snow leopard 10.6.3 retail + nawcom mod cd

or lion...

good hack

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hello

try to see in bios if any thing related to sata mode...

and try snow leopard 10.6.3 retail + nawcom mod cd

or lion...

good hack


but i never found about SATA in my bios :(

so besides setting AHCI, what else ?


nawcom mod cd is likei**boot ? oke i will try it

My confused question = what is the different between the retail and the distro one? because some people advice me to install another distro, but the other advice to install the retail version?

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You can try this in windows
http://www.insanelym...h-macosx-distr/
http://www.projectos...?showtopic=2627
Distros are premade with drivers and tools to install them on many hardware but you cant find easily where is the problem
Retail is a clean copy where you can add your own drivers.

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You can try this in windows
http://www.insanelym...h-macosx-distr/
http://www.projectos...?showtopic=2627
Distros are premade with drivers and tools to install them on many hardware but you cant find easily where is the problem
Retail is a clean copy where you can add your own drivers.


ok i will try to use the retail one. and how do you think about my spec? is it compatible?

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Case closed, i was succefully install SNOW LEOPARD with the retail one, but i need some kexts

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Case closed, i was succefully install SNOW LEOPARD with the retail one, but i need some kexts

No matter the OS do not forget to install FakeSMC! IMO version 4.0 is best, but your milage will vary....





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