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While I'm home for the holidays my dad asked if I could install Leopard with some extra parts he has lying around. I'm using the latest version of Leo4All 10.5.5 and I'm having some trouble installing. At first I couldn't even install the OS, then I disabled the APIC, and it did install, but now the OS does not boot up. It begins to and then freezes up. Booting in verbose mode it says "MAC Framework successfully initialized using 10485 buffer headers and 4096 cluster IO buffer headers" and it just hangs up there. I've installed OSX on a few pcs and i've NEVER seen anything quite like this. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. My system Intel E2140 CPU ECS G31T-M (G31 Northbridge, IHC7 Southbridge) Samsung 320gb SATA HDD Writemaster SATA DVD drive 2gb Buffolo PC 5300
have you tried to install the newest version of toast with that blu ray drive? when you install the program it gives you the option to install their 3rd party support. i'm not sure if this will allow you to play a blu ray movie, it will certainly open up burning. if you try this let us know if it worked.