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  1. you can use the efi string after installation with the sleep display trick
  2. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    you have dependencies missing. try booting with -f ICH-7 is retail supported so just an EFI string for your graphics card. and the needed kexts.
  3. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    boot with -arch=i386 -x32 flags
  4. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    repair permissions look into /System/Library/LaunchAgents and see if you have these two files com.apple.ReportCrash.plist com.apple.ReportCrash.Self.plist
  5. so with the gma950 you can use any framebuffer you want. as long as the IOGraphicsFamily.kext is the same version as you are installing you will get QE/CI, but if you use an old framebuffer you will get artifacts, so I switch to the EFI string after installation
  6. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    1) Delete your Cache Folders/Report Logs 2) Not an issue, Apple didn't specify which kernel in the info.plist 3)This is Caused when you install the battery.pkg because after 6 minutes or so you will get a Kernel panic without it timing out. (It's a good thing) If the IONetworkingFamily.kext is from leopard it is probably causing the Kernel Panic.
  7. totally forgot to mention that about that kext. thanks for covering me. I use it for installations so i don't have to worry about sleeping the display.
  8. Boot132 cdboot for Snow Leopard

    i've added support for everything that exists for snow leopard right now sorry man.
  9. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    check out the hardware and drivers section of the forum
  10. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    Kext Editing In order for kexts to be loaded by the bootloader, you need to make some changes to the info.plist of the kext, and it's plugins if it has any. Right Click the kext Select Show Package Contents. Open the Contents Folder Open the info.plist add this code above the final </dict> in the plist CODE <key>OSBundleRequired</key> <string>Root</string>
  11. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    read the guide! the iso posted at the top of the guide will work for you.
  12. Any point me installing Snow Leopard?

    read the guide in my sig, follow the EFI partition method.
  13. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    don't touch where the dvd is, see the making changes to the EFI partition. thats where you replace the bootfile
  14. 10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    did you replace the boot file?