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  1. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    You're right (concerning being detailed oriented in my post) ...however, I did click the browse button and clicked upload, but it didn't do it. And I did correct that double timeout string and the results are the same. Thanks for your time and I will be more careful; I'm trying my best to understand. I didn't find a solution, I was trying my best to follow the guide you provided in your last post; options 1,2 & 3. I tried option one by changing the com.apple.boot.plist, but that didn't work. When I tried following the others guides, I just got lost because some of the instructions seem foreign to me like DSDTE, EFI Strings, GFXUtil, etc... Perfect example, I DL'ed DSDTE app, but how to patch????? I do have one and will attach it.DSDT.aml.zip By the way, both ports are showing Boolean False and disabling one still did nothing. Thanks.
  2. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    Hey Gringo, I did what you suggested as well as reinstalled the drivers. Everything went well until I reinstalled TextUtility 2.3.2. I don't why I did, I thought it was one of the installers that came with the packages I downloaded for my Hack Build. Anyway, somehow the locking code got reset and I followed your last instructions, #1 seemed to be the easiest. But to no avail. This is my revised com.apple.boot.plist in my HD/extra folder: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>5</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string></string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>5</string> <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key> <string>y</string> <key>PciRoot</key> <string>1</string> </dict> </plist> I uploaded my Networkinterfaces.plist as well. What I did first was edit my com.apple.boot.plist, then deleted my networkinfaces.plist, rebooted, performed repair disk permissions. I thought this would restore my IOBuiltin to true, but it didn't. I apologize in advance; I know I must be one of the dumbest members on this forum. I wanted to try the other methods you mentioned (w/the links you provided), but the guy on the other forum warned that it was for experienced Hackintosh users which I'm clearly not, at the moment. I feel like a complete heel!! I should have copied the networkinterfaces.plist and apple.boot.plist first to avoid adverse any changes.
  3. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    Thanks, I'll try and let you know the results.
  4. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    Thank you. I actually really screwed up my system, but got it up again. I deleted my Networkinterface.plist and kind of messed everything up (my graphics card, StartupItems folder and some other audio usb drivers). However when I restarted, the IOBuiltin was set to true. I then got the locking code I needed, but my graphic's card wasn't displaying properly. Good thing I kept the kext installers for my motherboard and graphics card from Lifehacker. Reinstalled and everything runs great. The only problem I have now is VMWare says it can't connect to virtual machine and I'm getting errors stating everything in my StartupItems (HP Trap Monitor, PACESupport, BRESINKx86Monitoring, VirtualPCOSServices and other items) can't run because the security settings aren't set. Hopefully, reinstalling the drivers will fix this....Again thank you for your time.
  5. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    As per my last post with a pic, I just needed to know how to change the IO Builtin to true instead of false...but I'll move on...Thanks anyway.
  6. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    I don't know if you received my last post, but I really need your help on this locking code matter. I have Xcode now and need to know how to change the BSD and IO Bolean. I have nowhere else to turn and would greatly appreciate your help...thx
  7. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    Thanks..I understand now the key and string part. Sorry I haven't replied in a while. Me and my wife just had another baby. I also got the X code software and you were absolutely right. The boolean is showing false like you posted. How can I fix this because I have no knowledge of how at the moment...thank again for your time.
  8. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    I'm currently getting Xcode 3 Tools in which I will use IORegistry and I copied and paste the new string above. Also, according to the post you put I don't need the "=y" at the end of EthernetBuildIn and the "5" in the middle of the <strings>s? And I don't understand how the timeout key is separated from it's key value; I've never modified that code of instruction and their are no spaces when I checked the file in text editor. Again thanks for responding I appreciate it!!!!
  9. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    I have two LAN ports and they are en0 (port 1) and en1 (port 2). I have the e-net cable plugged in port 1 and both ports work flawlessly. As far as the PCIRoot is concerned, I'm not sure how to check this. Also I noticed you mentioned something about QE/CI. I don't know if this pertains to me or not. By the way, I have built hackintosh systems by following specific instructions from guides here. I'm a little familiar with adding strings to the com.apple.Boot, but my level of experience is no where on par with you guys, so I apologize. But I'll get there eventually now that I'm on the Hackintosh path for LIFE. Anyway here is my com.apple.Boot list. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string></string> <key>Timeout</key> <key>EthernetBuiltIn=y</key> <string>5</string> </dict> </plist> Again thank you for helping me and I read that other post you posted and there was a lot of info. However, I'm not sure what part is applicable to me or where to start.
  10. naluvs01

    Korg error 0-00000

    Hey whats up, I have read 3 hours on this site concerning the locking code and I've done everything I know to do and nothing has worked (the EFI string as well as your advice). I built my system based on lifehacker's guide. My system is: Intel Quad 2.66 GA-EP45-UD3P LGA 775 EVGA 512 P3 N871 GeForce 9800 I would greatly APPRECIATE your help...thx.
  11. Thanks a lot b-cuz I had the same problem and couldn't figure it out until I read your post. Man I'm so thankful of you guys and insanelymac.com.
  12. YOU DA' MANN!!!!!!! MacWannaBe. I added your lines in text edit under the last string and rebooted. My DSP CARDS are fully functional now. Thanks a million. One small problem I just encountered when I did this, when I go to "about this mac," to open the system profiler it automatically logs me out. But I can go to the app folder/util/sys prof and open without a problem. Also, where did you place your command? I wonder if that makes a difference? Oh no, I just realized that only one of my cards is showing. But that's okay because I have a quad core and one card should be suffice. I figure out why another time. By the way, when I installed win7 on my system, both cards appeared with no problems and since one is showing up now, it's evident that SL running in 64 bit mode was the culprit.
  13. Well after trying it a few times, I can verify that this method doesn't work for my system. I had to place my HD in a FW enclosure and change the boot.plist file back to its original state in order to get my system to boot again. To test if my pci slots are operative, I'm going to install win7 on another HD. install the software for my dsp cards (thank goodness they are cross platform) and see if they show up. If it does work, then I can reasonably conclude that SL in 64 bit mode is the culprit. We shall see and thanks again for all of your comments. I confident I can solve this with everyone's help. Thanks!!
  14. It pretty easy actually. All you need to do is 1. put your hard drive in a firewire enclosure 2. go to your extras folder 3. open the boot.plist file in text edit 4. delete the arch=i386 that you typed and then save it. Also you may need to copy it to your desktop in order to make the changes. On another note, you could also put your hard drive in another computer and do the same thing. But no matter what method you choose, it will allow you to delete the command that you had previously typed. This happened to me and guarantee this will get you back...hope this helps!!!!
  15. Well I tried changing the command in Terminal and it didn't work. It will not boot at all now. So I'm going to put it in my FW enclosure and change it back to the original text. Then I'll retry. Hopefully the second time it'll work in 32 bit mode. Thanks!!!
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