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li0n

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  1. Hey! Firstly thank you for your excellent guide! You helped me get into my actual OSX install! My set up is a bit strange, mainly because I'm on a netbook: the ASUS Eee PC 1000HA I've installed Leopard 10.5.5 w/ iDeneb v1.3 and had hang issues at the "using 10485 buffer" screen. I used your guide to install MacDrive 7, changed the files around, and then booted with the "cpus=1 -v -f" and it worked! My only problem is that when I'm installing drivers I need to have a drive CACHE and sadly the "-f" command reloads the CACHE each boot. I've tested the boot without it, no go, and I can't boot without the CPUS=1 value as well. I'm trying to figure out what this means with my system and if there's any way around it. What does it mean if I have to type in "cpus=1 -f -v" each boot? Thanks!
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