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Traue

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USBF-Problem with IDeneb 1.3 (Hangs on "Apple")

15 July 2012 - 11:02 AM

Hello guys. I've been reading your forums for several monts, but i decided to sign up and create discussion just now. This is also my first experience in Hackintosh installing. I chose iDeneb v1.3 - 10.5.5 Leopard OSx86. I'm out of Moscow now and last time i was think about purchase of MacBook Air, first of all i decided to try MacOS live and install Leopard on the old AMD-System, lying in the corner for years. There is also laptop under AMD. There are a lot of useful infromation, so i don't want to do something with it.

Configuration of my PC:

CPU: QuadCore AMD Athlon II X4 620, 2600 MHz;
System board: ASRock N68-S;
Chipset: nVIDIA nForce 7025-630a, AMD K10;
RAM: 4 Gb (DDR 2);
BIOS Type: AMI;

And only new component of my PC,
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560.

Other "useful" information of my computer (AIDA-64 Report):
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I have not experienced any problems with the disc. I choose formated under HFS+ 79 Gb disk installing MacOS. But i experienced several problems with "Custom" bar before installation. I've tried various combinations and re-installed Leopard 8-9 times. The last few times I have picked X11, all utilites and russian localization, custom additional fonts, AMD-patch, all NVidia pathes and all Kernel. Every time installation successful complete and system try to reboot, but then - after reboot - system loads for 2-3 minutes and hangs on "Apple" (Screenshot below).

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Launch system with "-v" show me error with "USBF" (Screenshot bellow). I don't understand what it means. I try to disable all USB-devices, but my keyboard and mouse use it. Last time i launched installing there is also my HP Printer.

Screenshot:
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Thanks in advanced. You, guys, my last hope.

Best regards, Alexei.

Moscow, Russia.

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