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    Can't boot DVD to remove kernal panic

    Thanks josephien.....where can i get the 132-cd?
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    Can't boot DVD to remove kernal panic

    anyone know how i can get to the BIOS menu.....my delete command on startup will not bring up the BIOS MENU so i cant boot from dvd
  3. Did a major mistake by updating software. I got the apple intel management kext. It wont boot up. I have tried to load mac osx lepard onto a new drive with no luck. Now the BIOS menu wont come up when I start up. It says to hit delete button for BIOS settings but nothing happes. I can't get it to boot from the leopard osx dvd because the BIOS wont let me set DVD as the boot priority. Is there anyway to bypass this problem....please help
  4. hey slash, yes my bios detects the dvd and i have it set as first priority....i will try downloading the unbutu as suggested....any other suggestions are welcome...thanks
  5. thanks for responding slash....i bought a new osx leopard dvd and it won't boot. I dont hear the dvd even spool or spin up.... I don't have windows intalled on it so i cant use that.... i have never done linux or hfs...is there a way to force the dvd to boot?
  6. Can anyone help? Is this impossible to fix? Please see post #281
  7. so nobody knows how to get the dvd to boot with the panic kernel i have pictured above. is it that bad that there is no fix???
  8. As in my previous post I cant boot the dvd. Does anyone know how i can boot the dvd. The BIOS boot priority is set to dvd and it won't boot. Is there another way for me to boot the DVD. This is the kernel panic Im getting after an accidental software update. PLEASE HELP! I can pay someone if thats what its going to take im desperate at this point. I am not versed in computers but I have a hackintosh running leopard 10.5.2 with 4 gigs of ram, intel quad core 2.4 ghz ddr2 800, nvidia 8500 gt 512 mb. 500gb SATA-II.
  9. I am not versed in computers but I have a hackintosh running leopard 10.5.2 with 4 gigs of ram, intel quad core 2.4 ghz ddr2 800, nvidia 8500 gt 512 mb. 500gb SATA-II. I accidentally did a software update and now it won't boot up. It says I have a panic debugger and prompts me to shutdown on boot. As seen in pic. I was told to boot in dvd and remove the appleintelcpumanagement kext. I have the mac retail leopard osx but im not able to boot in dvd for some reason it won't let me. I changed the boot priority in the BIOS so i know it's not that. Any suggestions? Im not a programmer in the least bit so any walk through would be helpful...thanks in advance
  10. mikedually

    The Newbies FAQ to Mac OSx86

    I am not versed in computers but I have a hackintosh running leopard 10.5.2 with 4 gigs of ram, intel quad core 2.4 ghz ddr2 800, nvidia 8500 gt 512 mb. 500gb SATA-II. I accidentally did a software update and now it won't boot up. It says I have a panic debugger and prompts me to shutdown on boot. I was told to boot in dvd and remove the appleintelcpumanagement kext. I have the mac retail leopard osx but im not able to boot in dvd for some reason it won't let me. I changed the boot priority in the BIOS so i know it's not that. Any suggestions? Im not a programmer in the least bit so any walk through would be helpful...thanks in advance
  11. If you read my first post you will see why i posted here. I purchased OSX dvd and still cannot boot in dvd. I changed the BIOS priority and I still get the restart prompt. I still message I get when i boot -v. How else can I boot from dvd. what am i missing?
  12. where can i get a boot dvd for leopard so i can go the terminal and fix the panic debugger? where can i get a boot dvd for leopard so i can go the terminal and fix the panic debugger?
  13. thanks pyrates.....when i use -s it brings me to the error page that is pictured in my first post....same as if i boot -v.....is there something else wrong or anything i can do for this....i will definitely take your advice and get familiar with the command line for OS X. I just need to be able to boot up again...
  14. remember im a newbie....where will i find the kext to remove? -s at boot brings me to the same place as -v btw i don't have windows installed on this computer if that matters
  15. thanks rals for responding... I dont have the dvd. What dvd can I get to boot with? Sorry im so lame....
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