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  1. Both the USB connected keyboard and mouse, along with the Laptop Keyboard and mouse wont work. I have tried and this doesn't work. I think it's a problem with the USB kext?
  2. Hey, So today I installed Lion and everything went well, however when I boot it up the USB keyboard and mouse are not recognized. Does anyone know how this can be fixed? Thanks!
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    Lion Wont Boot?

    Hello, Recently, I have had a perfect 10.7.2 install with absolutely no errors (as far as I could tell), so today I decided to update to 10.7.3 hoping that I could still have success with the install. However, when I boot into the partition with "-v -x", I seem to get the following error: [iOBluetoothHCIController::setConfigState] calling registerService USBMSC Identifier (non-unique): BBWYX2KV2PWEZCWX77KI 0x5dc 0xa795 0x1100 mbinit: done [64 MB total pool size, (42/21) split] Pthread support ABORTS when sync kernal primitives misused rooting via boot-uuid from /chosen: B93AEAED-EE0E-3AAC-9274-8E1BAAB98F16 From path: "uuid", Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</ke y><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict> Lion is installed on its own partition, with Windows 7 on the other partition. The specs are: Intel Core 2 Duo T8100 2 GB RAM NVIDIA Graphics 8400M GS If anyone can help me, it would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hey, When I boot up into the Installer, erase the previous Snow Leopard HDD and call it 'Lion', and go to install on that HDD, I get a message: On this HDD, I have 3 partitions. Windows 7 partition, RECOVERY partition (always been there) and the Lion partition. Windows 7 was installed first... Is there a problem, is it not possible to reboot? The USB installer obviously works fine because I booted into it, it just won't let me install onto the Lion partition because of that message. I am following the guide by MaLd0n, if that helps. Any help?
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    Lion Install Help

    Lion doesn't work on AMD.. Intel only.
  6. When I boot up into the Installer, erase the previous Snow Leopard HDD and call it 'Lion', and go to install on that HDD, I get a message: On this HDD, I have 3 partitions. Windows 7 partition, RECOVERY partition (always been there) and the Lion partition. Windows 7 was installed first... Is there a problem, is it not possible to reboot? The USB installer obviously works fine because I booted into it, it just won't let me install onto the Lion partition because of that message. Any help?
  7. Hey, I'm following the tutorial and I have come to the part where a DSDT is necessary. I was wondering, how does one generate a DSDT? I am currently running Windows 7 and Snow Leopard, if that helps. Hopefully I can get an answer
  8. Hey, I'm doing this tutorial and I'm up to the bit where I need the DSDT. How does one go about obtaining a DSDT patch? If anyone can help, it'll be greatly appreciated.
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    Can I install Lion?

    Hey, So recently I installed Snow Leopard and got everything working fantastic. Now, I've decided to take it a step further and install Lion. I was wondering, will Lion install on the following specifications: Intel Core 2 Duo T8100 2.1 GHz 2 GB RAM 256 MB NVIDIA 8400M GS Graphics Card 50GB HDD Will it work. It is identified as an iMac 9,1 so I believe it may be likely to work, what do you guys reckon? Also, which guide would be the best to follow? I personally am considering MaLd0ns guide, unless there is a better one of course! Hopefully someone can give me an insight
  10. I gave up and did the reinstall. Got onto 10.6.8 and everything works now, except 'CamTwist'. Reason I need CamTwist is because it is used to enable the webcam so that it works. Without it, no webcam. Anyone else encountered this problem?
  11. I'm installing SL from 'Hazard Snow Leopard' patched CD. It comes as 10.6.2, I had it for ages, so during that time I combo updated to 10.6.6 followed by normal update to 10.6.7 It's done on a HP laptop with the following specs: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1 GHz 2 GB RAM 256 MB nVIDIA 8400M GS Graphics Card Partition of 50 GB (as it is on a dual-boot system) I would preferably rather fix this problem if I can, as opposed to doing a clean install, because I just don't want to bother restarting from scratch.
  12. I managed to get past the [PCI configuration begin] error by using MacDrive and replacing AppleACPIPlatform and IOPCIFamily with the files from 10.6.7, however I now have another problem. I get the following error when booting with -v: FakeSMC: key info not found MSDS, length - 6 Does anyone know how to fix this?
  13. I've already updated, so I don't think that I can make a backup?
  14. I tried typing npci=0x2000 -v on boot on the Chameleon screen, I still stop at [PCI configuration begin]. That solution didn't help.
  15. So I should type in 'npci=0×2000' on the chameleon screen, then boot into Snow Leopard?
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