I have a motherboard (ASUS M4N68TM_LE_V2) which has the nForce 630a chipset (for AMD processors). As is the theme with nForce chipset motherboards, there is no option to select AHCI, only the default IDE mode or RAID, as seen in the following image:
I know that RAID implies AHCI, however, no matter if I am in the default or RAID mode, I still can't get to the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Installer, due to the "Still waiting for root device error".
This image shows the error that I see:
The boot flags which I use are: -x -v npci=0x3000
(I use npci=0x3000 in order to get around the [PCI Configuration Begin] error)
No matter if I run it using -x or not, it still won't work.
I have tried 5/6 different nForce ATA kexts, to no avail, and tried Verdant's Support Pack, which didn't seem work for me either.
What would you suggest? What do you think is the problem?
Also to note, I have Mac OS X Mountain Lion on a USB drive, using Andy Vandjick's 10.8.2 AMD kernel. I am using Chameleon the bootloader.
iProCr4ftrMember Since 12 Jan 2013
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