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About cydetu

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  1. Snow Leopard on Precision M6300?

    Thanks for all this. I had just given up & installed Fedora; but now, I'll give this a try within the next two weeks. EDIT: forgot to ask, did you use v1 or v2 of iAtkos S3 for the original install?
  2. Successful Installation, but...

    Yep, in the same boat as you.. auto update is no problem, since neither WiFi, nor Ethernet are recognised. I tried to install [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] with, and without combo updates, no luck. I even tried each of the individual updates, but still no luck. Any ideas?
  3. Successful Installation, but...

    Entered Verbose Mode, and here's link (image is too large, so posting a link) to the screen its been stuck on for the last 25 mins. No signs of the system loading/running anything. Link to the Image
  4. Successful Installation, but...

    I was in BIOS, but didn't find any options for Execute Bit Disable or XD bit; below are the options I'm given in BIOS under the Advanced tab. Intel ® SpeedStep: Enabled Virtualization: Enabled Integrated NIC: Enabled USB Emulation: Enabled External USB Ports: Enabled USB Wake Support: Disabled SATA Operation: AHCI eSATA Operation: Enabled Adapter Warnings: Enabled Function Key Behavior: Function Key First Charger Behavior: Enabled Wireless: Enabled Turbo Mode: Enabled Also, I the Easy Beast Mode by itself and it still didn't work. From what I understood about the guide, I need to install the Combo Patch first, and that's the original problem, maybe if I can get that to install, the rest will work as well.. Any thoughts?
  5. I just purchased a Dell 17R (N7010) and I have SL 10.6 retail disc. Using [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] (Supported) I'm able to install Snow Leopard successfully, but when I get to try to update to 10.6.4 using the combo update, I get a kernel panic towards the end of its install and it asks me to force shutdown. Upon restart, I am stuck on the loading screen indefinitely. This is the guide I've been following so far. So in other words, I am able to successfully install OSX on the laptop, but when I try to update to 10.6.4 using the combo update, I get a kernal panic error. If I skip this step and continue the guide and install MultiBoot, the computer once again will not boot. Any help? Core i5-450M Processor 4GB of RAM Intel GMA HD
  6. I second this. I've been trying to use your guide, but get panic when I try to boot the installation disc. I've attached the screen. Any help? thanks
  7. Hello there, I recently received a computer, a Dell Precision M6300, and would like to install OSX on it. This would be my first time trying something like this. A google search [http://www.hackint0sh.org/f179/76173.htm] showed that others had successfully attempted this and used iPC 10.5.6. I tried that and when it didn't work for me, I also tried iAKTOS 10.6.3/4 and got stuck on before the installation screen, where it stated the system uptime in nanoseconds. I believe that was a kernal panic, but am not sure. I would like to install the latest version if possible, can someone please assist me this? The laptop has: - Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 - Nvidia Quadro FX1600M - 2GB of RAM