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I am trying to install iAtkos L2.

When I try to boot, I get the PCI configuration error, and then the system freezes.

I am trying to install via DVD.

Please help.



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try this boot flag -f -x -v GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000



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I have tried them in a variety of combinations, but no luck.

My specs are:

Intel Core i3 M380

x64 based PC

4GB of RAM

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series

320GB HDD with atleast 100 GB free space

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Ubuntu 12.10 and Joli Cloud OS quadboot

Mainboard Manufactured by SONY

Chipset is an Intel HM55

BIOS Version/Date: American Megatrends Inc. R1170Y8, 28 Jan, 2011.

SM BIOS Version: 2.6

BIOS Mode:Legacy BIOS

 

It is a VAIO E Series, Model is VPCEB44EN.

 

Please Help.



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 The problem is your DVD method,  make a USBInstaller with Pandora app/Forum/Download,  when you make the installer have a option to remove Graphics kexts, try it, if you not have  a Mac to make your USBInstaller , then you can install a Virtual Machine in windows VMWare and make you installer, is the beast option to install MAC OS because in a USBInstaller you can add or remove kexts to your hardware , the Sony Vaio is very difficult to install Mac OS, be patient, in section downloads  download the app Hackintosh Seearch and search for a guide and Tuturials to your Machine o similar.



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hello

 

with that rig.. use usb install

 

probably must delete or change some files in the installer..

 

rsrsrsrs.. sorry

 

good hack



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look here: http://www.google.co...44EN&gsc.page=1



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Thanks for the replies guys. But I fail to understand this: Pandora app/Forum/Download

Please explain.

 

I'd also like to know if there is a way to perform only a DVD install, as getting a USB where I live is a problem. I however have 2 4GB USBs, if they'd be of any help.



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Just so you know, you will not be able to have full graphics support on the internal display of sony branded laptops. This is a known issue with the proprietary display connector that sony uses.



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in the section downloads of the forum, you can make a DVD WITH Pandora app too



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Does this mean that I will be able to create a DVD install using Pandora App ?







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