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I recently installed iDeneb 10.5.7 on a USB hard drive. Despite being slow compared to windows it runs fine, but any X11 application (GIMP, Inkscape, etc) i try to run will not come up. The application name will appear in the finder bar, but the main window never appears and my CPU usage goes to 100% until i restart. The funny thing is, i can't seem to find any application in activity monitor that is using the whole CPU either. My general specs: Model: Dell Vostro 200 Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2140 @ 1.6Ghz (SSE3) Memory: 2GB DDR2 RAM Graphic Card: NVidia GeForce 7300LE 512MB Motherboard: Dell (Model 0CU409)
I am trying to install iPC 10.5.6 on my dell vostro 200. I previously installed and ran iDeneb successfully, but uninstalled it because of the amount of problems i had and wanted to try another flavor. The install runs fine and appears to be successful, but whenever i try to boot into my new iPC, i get the error boot0: MBR boot0: Done boot1: Error I have to Ctrl+Alt+Delete to restart. I'm not an expert on low-level programming, but it sounds like a corrupt MBR. I'm installing it on a USB hard drive, so i don't know if that could have something to do with it. The ISO md5 checked out, and i realize it could be a corrupt burn, but i wanted to try you all before reburning my dvd. Since i can't even get into the OS, i didn't think you would need any specs, but if you do ask.