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StalkingKillah

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  1. Snow Leopard on GA-E7AUM-DS2H Install Lockup

    I managed to boot the disk, restored the DVD to another partition, added kexts (EvOreboot, fakesmc, JMicron36xATA), DTST and smbios (e90), added files from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and replaced OSInstall (for 10.6.0) and OSInstall.pkg The installation starts but the graphics become scrambled and the installation fails I attached the log Installer Log 22-Feb-2012.txt
  2. After numerous trial and error cycles I succeeded to boot the OSX 10.6.0 build 10a432 Install DVD from my HDD I used Grub2 to boot to Chameleon Extracted the chameleon bootloader files to /boot/chameleon Used dmg2img to convert the dmg file Booted using option rd=disk0s6 (fixed devfs_kernel_mount kernel panic) Script used to copy and setup everything under linux (partitioning was done using gparted) losetup -o 1034489856 /dev/loop0 snowleopard_10a432_userdvd.img mkdir /mnt/osx-dvd mount -t hfsplus /dev/loop0 /mnt/osx-dvd mkfs.hfsplus -v "Mac OS X Install HDD" /dev/sda6 mkdir /mnt/osx-hdd mount -t hfsplus /dev/sda6 /mnt/osx-hdd cd /mnt/osx-dvd tar cvf - * | tar xvf - -C /mnt/osx-hdd cd /boot/chameleon cp boot /mnt/osx-hdd/usr/standalone/i386 cp boot1h /mnt/osx-hdd/usr/standalone/i386 cp boot0 /mnt/osx-hdd/usr/standalone/i386 umount /mnt/osx-dvd umount /mnt/osx-hdd cd /mnt rm -rf osx-dvd osx-hdd dd if=/boot/chameleon/boot1h of=/dev/sda6 But in the end the installer doesn't appear, all I get is the spinning wait cursor I have 2x2GB Kingston KVR Ram if it matters
  3. OSX86 on Intel P45 chipset?

    i have a P5Q3 Deluxe WiFi MoBo and installed iATKOS 5i successfully (PC_EFI v9) now i'm having a problem booting it tried booting with cpus=1 but no success i didn't update to the moded BIOS, so is this the problem ?
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