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skinrock

Member Since 30 Aug 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 08 2008 10:54 PM
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iPhone not recognized at all

06 August 2008 - 01:14 AM

This is the second time I have set up Zephyroth's AMD install. My keyboard and mouse work find, both are USB. When I plug my iPhone in, nothing happens. OSX doesn't recognize it, and the phone doesn't even charge.

I searched, some solutions included rebooting with it plugged in (which didn't work), and some went unaswered.

iPhone SDK seems to ruin OSX86 install

09 March 2008 - 03:30 PM

The whole point of getting OSX86 running was so I could download the iPhone SDK and play around with that. When the install was finished, I got a new alert I've never seen...it put a transparent black overlay on the screen, with a power button in the background, and said to restart my machine by holding down the power button. Funny thing is, it repeated this message in various languages.

I figured it was just Mac's way of saying to restart after an intense install. So I restarted...now everytime it boots up, I get the same screen. So now I'm guessing something seriously bad happened. I have a feeling it's related to gcc, but it's just a guess.

Is there some kind of known issue, or a patch already that can fix this?

Computer immediately restarts after atttempting to boot into Leopard drive

08 March 2008 - 12:49 AM

I bought a 500 gig sata drive because I heard about this 10.5 image that can be copied directly to a clean drive and booted from. I ran it, everything looks okay. I even booted from a previous OSX86 DVD that says that hard drive is a Leopard hard drive with 10.5 installed, and it won't let me install over it because it's a newer version.But when I try to boot into that hard drive, it restarts immediately...no errors. I changed my hdd priority and set the leopard drive first. When I boot up, it quickly prints out "starting darwin osx86" and then restarts. It doesn't take more than a second.Is there a flag I have to set, maybe in Ubuntu? Or should I re-do the image copier? It seems like if my Tiger disc sees the hdd correctly, and I can somewhat boot into it...it might be a more serious issue, but I don't know.

Sorry, I should note I'm using an ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe. I used this "flat image" because under the wiki hardware compatibility list, it says the following for 10.5:ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe nVidia nForce4 SLI Chipset - Confirmed working using Leopard flat image, Working with Leopard flat image, EFI + ToH kernel working
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