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    IMA FIRIN MAH LAZAHR!<br /><br />techno biziches<br />buildn comps<br />sex with a little flavor of techno, shaken not stirrend O.o
  1. I hope this isn't tl;dr for the people that can help me out... any help is appreciated. Well if it helps (And I'm sure the more specific info, the better I get an answer that fits the problem) , it is now stuck on "Waiting for DSMOS" and sometimes "DSMOS has started" etc etc It continues to hang at the USBF USBEHCI UIMInitialize errors. Obviously there is a conflict with the USB Controller. Also, we tried Snow Leopard on his Dell laptop and it wouldn't work so we installed Windows 7, but it said Windows 7 won't install to a GPT style partition table. Since his desktop was setup with a GPT style partition table (or GUID, whatever you wish to call it) then how do we install 7? Is there a way to install Snow Leopard on a MBR style partition? As in: reformat flash drive, still use Chameleon (2.0 RC3) then restore the image of his Snow Leopard install disc, use the patches we installed so far [iOPCIFamily ( http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=552 ) and the fakesmc.kext as well] Also, where is DSMOS.kext? In leopard on my patched disc, it was named simply dsmos.kext, however if my flash drive with snow leopard does not have that kext, how does it even start DSMOS (In rare cases, it will start, sometimes it will say "Waiting for DSMOS...")
  2. Just got it to boot up until it hits a USB EHCI error. I assume it is a controller issue since Mac OS X isn't friendly with some nForce motherboards... Anyone have a fix to apply that won't end up f*cking up the USB flash drive?
  3. Hi there, its been a long time since I've posted here. After I got bored of doing Hackintosh related things, I have a friend who is trying to install Snow Leopard on his PC. Alot has changed, and last I remember I was doing MBR type installations with Leopard. Now you can do GUID type and all that fun stuff Let me skip to the main point Motherboard: EVGA nForce 780i Snow Leopard, retail disc. Trying to use "Chameleon" onto a flash drive, we use the restore thingy in disk utility and then I hear that Chameleon 2 doesnt go very well with the motherboard and snow kitty. I downloaded v1.0.11 or smth, and also PC_EFI v10.1 but this is ridiculously hard to get working. Can someone please give me an easy way to get Snow Leopard installed on this damn machine? Seems like things are getting harder now with GUID type stuff. Anyway I setup a GUID partition table on his first 500GB HDD and it is ready to go. All answers are welcome.
  4. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand here we go again! OS battles make me lol ^^