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About bdkennedy1

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  1. Well, unfortunately it didn't work for me. I get a kernel panic with the error "0 AppleUSBCDC: start - initDevice failed." The only thing I can think is that my BIOS version is 4.7 and yours is 4.1.
  2. Thank you! That was very nice. I will try it out this weekend when I can get the computer back out.
  3. Well, I have the same motherboard and processor with the latest firmware v4.7. I boot with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and -s but I keep getting an ACPI kernel panic during the Lion setup screen. Did you have to configure the BIOS a certain way?
  4. Chameleon 2.0 FINAL "release" Installer

    How come I am no longer able to right click on the package and choose "Show Package Content" in Snow Leopard? The previous version of the installer allowed me to edit the package contents so that I could put my kexts in the extensions directory.
  5. FYI, if you are using the built-in networking on the DG31PR motherboard and the RealTekR1000.kext then you must use the boot flag arch=i386 to boot as 32-bit. This driver does not have 64-bit extensions, so while you will be able to browse the web, you will not be able to connect to other computers.
  6. How-to Create a bootable ISO with Chameleon V2

    When the CD boots, I get an error message saying the ramdisk is not configured. There's nothing in the tutorial about configuring a ramdisk. Here is how my ISO is laid out... -ISO -cdboot -Extra/com.apple.Boot.plist -Extra/Preboot.dmg -Preboot.dmg -com.apple.boot.plist -Extensions/xxxxxx.kext
  7. SL KP on boot Intel DG31PR

    Can someone add the kexts for this motherboard and put everything in the correct directories in Chameleon RC3 and post the link here? I have spent 3 weeks trying to get Snow Leopard running on my DG31PR using the advice in this thread and I can't get it right. Many thanks from a frustrated newbie.
  8. I've read that it's not nice to speak of a certain company who shall remain nameless here. Is it possible to dissect their boot disc? Yes they stole from the community but that boot disc works on any qualifying PC I've tried it on, so they must have a generic configuration to be able to boot most PC without having to customize ktexts and other things. I've been waiting 6 months for an easier way to boot my retail disk. I've tried reading the dozens of articles, clicking on dead links and reading stuff that basically involves the equivalent of learning how to program. Chameloen 2rc3 crashes on my machine and I doubt I'll ever get 10.6 installed on my machine because I won't buy their software.
  9. Boot-132 for JaS OS X Leopard Server 10.5.4?

    Thank you! I will try that. Cheers
  10. I built a machine with an Intel DG45iD motherboard and JaS's release of Leopard 10.5.4 installs perfectly without having to choose any drivers. I just put in the disc, choose the base install and it works. However I want to create a Boot-132 disc so I can install my retail disk of Leopard Server 10.5.4. I downloaded a stripped version of a Boot-132 iso, but the screen freezes during install at the Apple logo with the Stop icon over it. I think JaS is loading something different than the retail disc because if they were both the same base install I would be able to boot the retail disk with no problem. Does anyone know what I need to do to make my own Boot-132?