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About grieche

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  1. I follow exactly your guide but every time I get the kernel panic Its allways the same.. I install leo and chameleon, copy those 4 kextes. restart and get into leo with "Graphics Mode"=... but after restart every time f**** kernel panic. I tried with 3 different retail versions, and a leo server. I flashed my Bios over again. of course AHCI and ACPI support is enabled. with -x no kernel panic and i can log in into leo with high resolution. what should i do? any suggestion?? p5q pro E3110 ( similar to E8400) 3x1TB SATA HDs 1 IDE DVD-ROM EN 8600 GT and this doesnt help: Now you need options [s3] and ACPI2 of activated. Warning some P5Q XXX do not have these options but this does not necessarily pose problems. But for those who have the option not to forget them. To avoid KernelPanic in the advanced settings processor bios, disabled the C1E Support, Max CPUID Value Limit, CPU TM function, Execute Disable Bit, Intel ® SpeedStep ™. Normally it will solve many problems. Just let Intel ® Virtualization Tech to Parallels Desktop for example.
  2. Hallo leute, hab derzeit leo auf p5q pro laufen, seit 6,7 monaten schon und 0 probleme würde gern wissen ob man auch "snow leopard server" anstatt nur sl auf p5q pro zum laufen bringen kann.. prinzipiell musste es gehen oder sehe ich das falsch? hat es schon mal sogar jmd ausprobiert? gr33tz
  3. hey i am looking for a update too.. pleeeeease make one as soon as possible... thx
  4. i did that and the right one HD is been selected, but it doesn't choose it automaticly so i still always have to push "enter", although "TIMEOUT 0" u know y?
  5. i have also 3 harddisks for 3 OS´s and all working stable.. but one thing i still didnt find out is: how to "edit" the Bootable USB FLASH ( OR my EFI on the first bootable harddisk ) so that OSX after a couple of seconds automaticly will be selected. Cause now i have to type/push everytime: "esc" "80" and then "enter" (80 is for the harddisk) and a big thanks for the trouble ;-)