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  1. ssnova

    oc'd E7400 Gently

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  2. Well to all who are using FIREWAVE (griffin 5.1) 64bit You will randomly get kernal panics looking like the image I have included. Since I stopped using the firewave i have had NO Kp's. So my advice is dont use it if you are in x64.
  3. Well to all who are using FIREWAVE (griffin 5.1) 64bit You will randomly get kernal panics looking like the image I have included. Since I stopped using the firewave i have had NO Kp's. So my advice is dont use it if you are in x64.
  4. Well after 2 try's today was the closest. I followed the guide to a T (EXCEPT) I used Chameleon 3, everything worked great full install in X64 didnt have to boot to x32 once. As soon as I Rebuild my kext's and rebooted I got my first KP, so I used the following command sudo touch/System/Library/Extensions and then rebooted. And There I was back in x64. I wanted to get chameleon to time out so i didn't have to hit enter and select the volume. so I added <key>Timeout</key> <string>1</string> Rebooted and x64 will not boot now. IT all started with rebuilding the permissions with Kext Utility. IS this really a necessary step, 10.6 installed in full X64 without a hitch until i did this now I can ONLY boot in x32.
  5. Same issue here no more boot at all... RC3 is now available for download, anyone give that a try??
  6. I also tried this, but all that happened was kernel panic on reboots now, and i have to use GRUB disc to boot back in. And sleep doesn't work... also, ever since 10.5.8 update my time machine will no longer backup. How would I go about removing chameleon completely and fixing my boot, and getting time machine to work again? Should I try a fresh install with the May 20th pack and RC2 form the get go.??? THanks, Spen
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