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  1. I had the same problem and it was caused for a mismatch in the versions of kernel and seatbelt.kext, i have a system running voodoo 9.5.0 so i had to restore a seatbelt.kext of the same version... but with your specs i suppose you're runnig vanilla kernel so there should not be any problems related to mismach versions, that's all I can say, hope it helps!! mac_gb
  2. Well, first I'll try to dig into log files for the cause of the problem if I can't figure it out I'll try with the Jas 10.4.8 DVD (unpatched) I downloaded, even though, it didn't work fine with my home box (system crashes after 15 min. inactivity) but as you say It may work better with this machine. Thanks Stephen
  3. Hi everyone, first poster warning!! I'm following the dual boot guide I used to install my home box (from winXP then OSX), now I'm installing my laptop, configuration as follows: Dell inspiron I6400 CPU T2300@1.66Ghz 1.5 Gb Ram IDE DISK HITACHI HTS541080G9SA00 Mobile Intel 945GM CHipset Sigmatel HDAUDIO Vendor:8384 Device:7690 Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection TSSTCORP CDRW/DVD TSL462C The image I'm using is 10.4.6 (Myzar) I managed to install it "properly", after rebooting It shows the welcome movie in a small window (i.e. doesn't fill the whole screen), although it shows "jumpsy" then I start to configure region, keyboard... etc, BUT after configuring the internet connection and hit continue it just shows a blue screen... I've tried booting connecting an external vga monitor but nothing changes... So... any ideas about the possible cause and/or solutions or how can I dig the problem source? I'm new to OSX so don't know where to go... Any help is welcome . Thanks!!
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