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  1. I just installed Leo4All v3 10.5.1. When the installer rebooted, I get the darwin boot loader timeout. Then when the timeout is finished, i get some sort of verbose diagnostic boot screen. It's like windows booting into safe mode XP/Vista loading all the drivers. Not sure what it's called. Everything Leopard works fine once it's finished booting, but i'm just wondering How can i get the Grey Apple boot screen? And why does it boot like it's loading all the drivers? Thanks
  2. Lol. I think it can be either bad burn or overclocked ram.
  3. Actually it wasnt a problem with the DVD. I googled it up, someone from another forum stated that they removed ram, and replaced it with another stick, and it worked fine. So it hit me, i actually had my 533mhz ram OCed to 667mhz. Haha. Got lazy to down clock, so i just stuck 2 667 sticks in, and it installs perfectly. Problem solved!
  4. EDIT: Problem solved. I had my ram overclocked from 533mhz to 667mhz. Read on another forum that someone had genuine apple ram, and replaced it with non apple ram, and it worked fine. So i took my 533mhz ram out, and inserted 2 667mhz sticks, and it installed perfectly. I've been trying over and over again, deselecting the options of what i dont need. Over 5 times the installer says "The installer could no validate the contents of the 'Essentials' package" Does anyone know what that means? Well obviously it means what it means, but what can be the problem? I actually used the stevo 4.5 pff patch on the image then burned it. As i need the patch so that it'll detect my SATA hdd. Could it have been the patch? Or is it just Leopard being stupid?
  5. Leo4allv3 finished and released

    So there's so many releases. Which is better? Kalyway Leo4All iATKOS
  6. Yeah. It completely does not work. It worked way before when i insatalled using Kalyway's Leopard. And just recently after alot of reinstalls as i screwed leopard up, it button does not work at all. Of course, holding it shuts the laptop off.
  7. I've actually JUST realized that it only works if i have a usb device plugged into the system when i boot it. Otherwise, if i boot leopard like so with nothing connected, it wont detect anything afterwards.
  8. How to simply restore Vista mbr?

    Why use rescue mode? Get hirens boot cd, and use acronis disk director suite, and set it active there! IT's faster haha
  9. System configiration in signature.
  10. Dual booting Vista and Leopard 10.5.2 Kalyway Leopard 10.5.2 with EFI 9.2 Vanilla Kernel Acer Aspire 5630 C2D T5200 1.6Ghz 2 GB 533Mhz Ram 250GB HDD Nvidia GeForce Go 7300 128MB Atheros AR5006X Realtek HD Sound It SOMETIMES works and sometimes doesnt. I just plugged in devices now, and it doesnt work...
  11. How to simply restore Vista mbr?

    Set the vista partition as active. Pop in the vista dvd, and click "repair startup". And done.
  12. Using Kalyway's 10.5.2 Leopard. I plug in USB devices, and it doesnt get detected in Leopard after boot up. Like my usb flash drive and my external usb hdd. It does get detected however when i have it plugged in when i turn the system on. Any ideas?
  13. When i had Kalyway's 10.5.1 installed the power button would work. I'd push it and then press enter for fast shutdown. I just recently noticed that i reinstalled 10.5.1 Kalyway, because i screwed up the 10.5.2 update, the power button on my laptop no longer functions in Leopard. It works fine in vista and boot up (of course), but it's like does nothing in Leopard I've updated Leopard to 10.5.2 + 9.2 kernel, and it works fine. Just no power button?
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