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About pvdbogaard

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  1. I have Fusion 5.0.3 and face the same problem: bridged doesn't work, while NAT does. System based on Z77X-UD3H with Intel I5 3.4GHz. Did you see a solution?
  2. Hi tried it, but not succesfull. However, I got the message... Some time ago I created a USB boot install stick. Snow Leopard that is. Used this one to boot. Ran disk util for a clean partition. Ran installer. And then choose the terminal. Went to the Leopard disk where DD scripts and stuff were lying around. Manually moved those kext you advised to /Volume/Snow Leopard/Extra and ran DD's script. Updated the bootcaches and rebooted How beautifull. I got the intro video. Reeaaaalllllll slow. But I got it booting. 32 bit though. Copied the data from my Leopard installation (network, and the lot). Fiddled around. And currently I have 1.6.2 running. Audio works perfect, no panic as in Leopard if there is no audio device attached ..., firewire seems to be there, both networks are present (indeed that ...R1000.kext is needed) And surprise, my JMicron SATA slots are now recognised. Now there is no disk attached to these slots, but they are reported... Added my string in the boot.plist. First in SLE but this one made no difference. Than in /Extra, and yes. Two monitors, way faster, and it now sees the whole 512MB (instead of the initial 32MB). And indeed in this boot.plist was a arch=i386 flag. Removed that one too. And voila 64 bit all around. I keep a close watch on the USB stick. It is a life safer indeed. Thanks a lot!! Now let te holiday start. I have soooo many photo's that need a little work. Currently installing the applications. Looks fine indeed. I already feel the holiday will be way too short Will also try to install vmware. Yep have one app that is only avail for M$. I need that app for making my motorcycle trips.
  3. Tried a zillion times... no luck so far. Have a Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 with I7 (920) 6 GB 3 way ram. 1 Terabyte disks with Leopard, 1 Terabyte disk for future use, 1 512GB for Snow Leopard (128GB GUD partition) from Leopard followed the process as described. Unpacked the X58_Mobo_Patch_Installer. Overwrite the Kext 1.6 by moving the one in GA-EX58-UD5-Kext_SL.zip over it. with disk util: erased the partition executed steps 2,3,4 with the SL installation only the base + X11. Result "succesfull installation" Now sidetrack: created an archive from SLE I assume this one is the only one being patched. So restoring it from this archive would prevent me from reinstalling SL when I need a clean setup. Hope this is correct. step 5: and moved those 3 to system step 6 update bootcache (Normal) step 7 DSDT patcher exited, rebooted selected Snow Leopard partition and added flags "-s -v arch=i386" See many extensions being loaded. Too fast to write down ;-) Then kernel panic Removed Extra removed System/Library/Extensions restored from SLE archive removed the Kext 1.6.0 directory from X58_...Patch_Installer Replaced the orginals (now there is a fakesmc instead of dsmos) Run the installer again, now skipping 2,3,4 selected 5. did 4,5,7 to move those to SLE Normal bootchache back to main menu now 6 Update boot cache, selected normal 7 again (not sure if this is necessary though) than reboot one more -s -v arch=i386 result Kernel Panic Ok, from Leopard again removed Extra remove SLE restored SLE from arcjhive Went into the X58_Installer and removed (rm -rf) all the Kext1.6.0 directories besides misc. Made sure only fakesmc and NullCPUPowerManagement were there installed, normal boot cache, exit from main menu option 6) Normal reboot Boot options: -s -v arch=i386 result Kernel Panic Now I could do with a little help !! (BTW have audio and firewire disabled in BIOS. (BIOS is F7) )
  4. I have the SL install DVD copied to a bootable USB stick. This works great. Had a Leopard based Hackintosh that worked flawlessly and trying to get SL intalled and working SL installation is troublesome. In order to speed things up a little I created an archive from S/L/E. SL kernel paniced. Booted in Leopard. Copied the sle.tar to SLE and than recalled it wat the SLE of Leopard. One minute later Leopard was frozen..... Leopard panics now when trying to boot. And Snow Leopard was already showing this behaviour :-( I can boot from my installatio USB stick. What do I need to do to get the network working? I tried kextload-ing the Realtek 1000 module, this worked and two interfaces show up. ifconfig functions ok. Have the interfaces up. However I can't do anything. Is there more to get to a Leopard computer on the same network (192.168.0.X)? Used: ifconfig en0 netmask broadcast and same for en1 (not sure which one of the interfaces is what) after destroying en0 If I get there, I can "just" copy the SLE of that installation to my destroyed SLE directory. Hopefully it will boot again for any final repairs if any. Other solutions are welcome too ofcourse Thanks Paul
  5. I did the installation by script on my MacbookPro laptop. Attached the drive of my to be Hackintosh to it, and started. Looks like the installation went well. Moved the harddisk into the Hackintosh. Pressed the power button and voila. The boot process starts. Nice graphs. Can make a selection out of the two partitions on the disk. However there is one: com.tgwbd.drive.LegacyAppleAHCIPortJMB36x is not loadable message Some lines later it is "Waiting for boot volume" and the uuid is indeed that of the partition usd to install Mac OSX. Than a bunch of output lines from a JMicronATA module is written on the screen with a couple of "Unknown device" lines in there. The final JMicronATA lines are : JMicronATA: JMB363 (CMD 0xdf00, CTR 0xde00, IRQ 18, BM 0xdb00) JMicronATA: JMB363 (CMD 0xdd00, CTR 0xdc00, IRQ 18, BM 0xdb08) After these, just a long list of Still waiting for root device continues forever. I have a Gigabyte UD5, latest bios update. Disk is SATA2, Seagate 7200.12 1 TByte Looking at the motherboard, the SATA slots, the disks is attached to the slot closest to the DDR slots (a blue one). This one has two SATA points, I use the one closest to the board. One other SATA port is used to drive the SATA optical drive. This one is the third (asuming the disk is attached to the first). Again the port closest to the board. Using PS2 keyboard and mouse. Would appreciate a hint (or two) since I havebeen struggling for over two weeks by now, and getting this pessimistic feeling... Thanks so much. BTW installed 10.5.6 and ran the 10.5.7 combo patch.
  6. pvdbogaard

    Please Help

    I am reading many messages in many threads. Currently I am just overwhelmed with info. And basically stuck... I bought my new system (GA EX58UD5, latest BIOS, I7 920, SATA disk, NVidea 9800GT) in the hope to install Leopard. I have a retail 1.5.1 disk. Burned many CD's and DVD;s. The initial boot succeeds. Ram disk is openend. All extentions read, than silence. Most of the times the following message is displayed: Attempting to determine CPU multiplier. If system reboots RDBMS 198h causes a fault. Determined CPU:FSB mulitplier to be 0 CPU says its multiplier is 0 which makes no sense. The kernel as shipped by Apple will not support this and will cause the machine to reboot immiediately. Press 'y' to continue or Ctrl-Alt-Delete to reboot But always ending in a sponaneuous return in the BIOS. Was able to install and boot XP. This makes me think the hardware is ok. Tried recreating the /Extra/Extentsion folder in the RAM disk. Even removed all except dsmos.kext and disabler.kext. No luck. Currently have all kext as specified in #149505 in the /Extra/Extension folder. Besides this there is nothing in the ramdisk image. The rest of the boot partition looks like: # ls -alR total 82236 drwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 2048 Jul 22 16:40 . drwxrwxrwt@ 4 root admin 136 Jul 24 17:43 .. -rwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 63232 Jul 22 16:40 BOOT -rwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 41975296 Jul 24 16:24 INITRD.IMG drwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 2048 Jul 22 16:40 ISOLINUX -rwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 12241 Jul 22 16:39 ISOLINUX.BIN -rwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 47532 Jul 22 16:39 MBOOT.C32 ./ISOLINUX: total 12 drwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 2048 Jul 22 16:40 . drwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 2048 Jul 22 16:40 .. -rwxr-xr-x 1 _unknown _unknown 63 Jul 22 16:40 ISOLINUX.CFG Would appreciate a little more insight in what best to do next. Would really love to run Leopard. Thanks Paul
  7. created a singlelayer DVD from retail 1.5.1. no succes at all. It just hung from the start, after reporing VESA v3.0 14MB (NVIDIA) I check what I did and found the kext files I added to be of a non root:wheel owner ship. Redid after re-chown-ing and tried to start. With the -v -f options I see plenty of kext directories being read. In the end the result is: Attempting to determine CPU Multiplier. If system rebootsm RDBMSR 198h causes a fault. Determined CPU:FSB multiplier to be 0 CPU says its multiplier is 0 wich makes no sense. The kernel as shipped by Apple will not support this and will cause the machine to reboot immediately. Press 'y' to continue or use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to reboot. Indeed a 'y' makes the machine restart Same thing happens without the -f option. Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132_dfe_r146 6141 MB memory are the top two lines by the way. Machine used is built with: Gigabyte EX58-UD5, Intel I7 920, 6GB ram, 1TB SATA Seagate 7200.12, Sony optiarc AD7240S, ASUS VGA EN9800GT/HTDP/512 Any pointers/clues/hint/tips or solutions are very welcome indeed. Thanks! Paul. BTW I forgot, but the kext on my DVD are: ACPIPS2Nub.kext HDAEnabler.kext AppleAC97Audio.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext IntelCPUPMDisabler.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext LegacyHDAController.kext AppleAHCIPort.kext LegacyHDAPlatformDriver.kext AppleAPIC.kext LegacyIOAHCIBlockStorage.kext AppleAzaliaAudio.kext LegacyJMicronATASATAIDE.kext AppleGenericPCATA.kext LegacyJMicronJMB36xSATA.kext AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext NVinject.kext AppleNForceATA.kext NVkush.kext ApplePS2Controller.kext OpenHaltRestart.kext AppleSMBIOS.kext SMBIOSEnabler.kext AppleVIAATA.kext UUID.kext Disabler.kext dsmos.kext
  8. pvdbogaard

    Maiden PC: how to install Leopard

    I tried an old FW400 capable external disk. Dismanteled it. Replaced the harddisk with the harddisk from the new PC. Put this FW400 cable in my MacbookPro, and started installing, after creating a GUID partitioning scheme on it. This went very well indeed. I can now boot from this external disk :censored2: One thing I do not get: pressing the C key (and holding it pressed) while starting does not show me a list of boot devices. What do I miss? Disconnected the FW400. Powered of the external unit, removed the disk. Placed this disk in the new PC and started it. Would it work? No. Ok I miss something. Please advise. Thanks Paul
  9. I just finished building my machine. Just installed XP to do some hardware testing. everything looks fine. Its components: Intel I7 920 Gigabyte EX58-UD5 3 stick of 2GB OCZ 3 channel DDr3 1600 1 Tera byte Seagate 7200.12 Asus EN9800 GT video card Sony CD/DVD burner/reader CoolerMaster 690 case BeQuiet Straight Power 700W power supply I have a MacbookPro Intel core duo, from 2006. No external disk as such. 1GB USB stick is available for boot or fast data transfer. Also can use gigabit network. The installation tutorials I have seen all to depend on a second disk that can be prepared from an existing Leopard running machine. This is not my situation. Were do I start to get Leopard (I have retail 1.5.1) installed. My ultimate goal is a multi boot machine (Some MS, Leopord, Linux, Solaris) Could turn out that virtualisation is too good a friend making multi boot unneeded though. Please note, this MacbookPro is my first Mac (since the old days of Apple II) No real administration experience on this OS. Thanks so much for pointers and hints. BTW if it would make the effort much simpler I can buy an external (USB) drive. Paul.
  10. Planning to build a new system based on Intel I7 920. Motherboard: either the Gigabyte X58 UD3R or Gigabyte X58 UD5 I have no need for the second ethernet port, nor will I need SLI or other multi GPU card gaming setups. Does this mean the UD3R is the way to go, or are there other things that might favor the UD5 (cleaner setup, less problematic OSX installation, etc)? Cooler: Scythe Mugen II (yes, I hope to achieve some nice overclokcing results) OCZ Platinum 1600 memory (3 x 2GB) if UD5 is selected; otherwise a 4 x 2GB OCZ Platinum memory WD Caviar black 1TB SATA Coolermaster powersupply, Real Power M850 Coolermaster CM 690 case Samsung 223Q DVD r/w Still not sure about the grafics card. 9600, 9800, or would a ATI 4870 to a good investement? Will use 2 DVI to connect two displays. (24") Basic use: Photoshop image manipulation Besides the hardware, what would be an advisable way to start reading how to install Leopard? I see such an overwhelming amount of info here, that I am rather dazzled. Thanks. Paul