My desktop hack (specs to follow) boots into 64 bit flawlessly and runs like a champ with no issue. Sleep, shutdown, wake, QE/CI, all works great.
However, I am unable to boot into 32 bit mode. The initial problem seems to be AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement (which is odd, because it loaded fine in Leopard and loads fine in 64 bit snow) but even when that .kext is removed, the booting process proceeds to the point where the GUI would launch and then it hangs. There aren't any error messages that I can see.
Anyone else having issues booting into 32 bit mode? Any fixes?
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