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    samsung internal burner won’t boot install DVD

    i have 2.25 Gb RAM going to check the master setting and cable today and see if boots if not, i still have the original disk drive -- couldn't i switch out the samsung burner with the original drive and get it to boot that way? thanks for your advice with this
  2. [reposted from http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=203360] trying to install leopard OS 10.5 on a 1.6 G5 with OS 10.3.9 mac OS X install dvd loads on desktop i select "install mac OS X" it prompts me to restart which i do computer restarts at regular speed with dvd drive going crazy but afterward no welcome screen loads re-selecting "install mac OS X" just prompts me to restart again can't ever get installer to load to get past this step i am trying to boot the DVD from an internal burner that i'd replaced the original disk drive with and am wondering if the burner is the issue? (i am a non-expert with hardware/installs/etc. so please excuse lame questions.) the burner i'm using is a samsung super writemaster DVD writer with lightscribe, bought from OWC, item SAMSHS202NBLS, which i have never been able to get to work right. it reads disks but won't burn them. i've installed patchburn, and system profiler and disk utility recognize the drive and that the install DVD is its mount point (if that matters). system profiler info on burner: ATA-6 Bus: Vendor ID: 0x106b Device ID: 0x0043 Revision ID: 0x0000 TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S202N: Manufacturer: TSSTcorp Model: TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S202N Revision: SB01 Serial Number: Drive Type: CD-RW/DVD-RW Disc Burning: Vendor Supported Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: No BSD Name: disk1 Protocol: ATAPI Unit Number: 0 Socket Type: Internal OS9 Drivers: No any suggestions or help would be very much appreciated thank you yes i think the leopard disk should work on a non-intel computer because my brother used the same disk to install on his dual-processor G5. any other ideas?
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    samsung internal burner won’t boot install DVD

    thanks for the reply and forum advice reposted questions here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=203368 yes i think the leopard disk should work on a non-intel computer because my brother used the same disk to install on his dual-processor G5. any other ideas?
  4. trying to install leopard OS 10.5 on a 1.6 G5 with OS 10.3.9 mac OS X install dvd loads on desktop i select “install mac OS X” it prompts me to restart which i do computer restarts at regular speed with dvd drive going crazy but afterward no welcome screen loads re-selecting “install mac OS X” just prompts me to restart again can’t ever get installer to load to get past this step i am trying to boot the DVD from an internal burner that i’d replaced the original disk drive with and am wondering if the burner is the issue? (i am a non-expert with hardware/installs/etc. so please excuse lame questions.) the burner i’m using is a samsung super writemaster DVD writer with lightscribe, bought from OWC, item SAMSHS202NBLS, which i have never been able to get to work right. it reads disks but won’t burn them. i’ve installed patchburn, and system profiler and disk utility recognize the drive and that the install DVD is its mount point (if that matters). system profiler info on burner: ATA-6 Bus: Vendor ID: 0x106b Device ID: 0x0043 Revision ID: 0x0000 TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S202N: Manufacturer: TSSTcorp Model: TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S202N Revision: SB01 Serial Number: Drive Type: CD-RW/DVD-RW Disc Burning: Vendor Supported Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: No BSD Name: disk1 Protocol: ATAPI Unit Number: 0 Socket Type: Internal OS9 Drivers: No any suggestions or help would be very much appreciated thank you
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