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  1. Instant Kernel Panic with no error?

    It's something to do with your CPU and chipset. I had the same issue when I tried any bootloaders other than Chameleon.
  2. Can I dual boot OS X and Windows 7?

    I would recommend getting a second hard drive for Mac OS, installing to that second hard drive with the Windows drive disconnected, then once you have Mac OS completely working, plug in the Windows drive. Chameleon should automatically detect the Windows drive and offer it as an option when booting.
  3. Bootable USB Flash Drive

    This is because there's no bootloader on the flash drive. Unfortunately, installing Chameleon requires a Mac or hackintosh. If you have access to one, download Chameleon RC4 from here, then install it to your usb drive. Make sure you install it to the flash drive, not your hard drive. Once it's installed, you should be able to boot from the flash drive.
  4. I need help, Snow Leopard on ASRock K10N78

    What CPU are you using?
  5. Help me please

    I had this issue too. For me, it was caused by trying to boot the installation CD using an IDE drive. If you have a SATA cd drive, try using that.
  6. Instant Kernel Panic with no error?

    Have you tried booting with -v to see if any errors show? EDIT: Try using a different bootloader. Try Chameleon RC4, that's a good, stable one.
  7. Work in Progress: Google (Inventec) Cr-48

    I'm currently installing 10.6 on my Cr-48. So far, I have no use of the trackpad, so I'm navigating the installer by keyboard. Anyone else with this problem?
  8. 10.6.8 update breaks App Store

    Copy to desktop, edit the copy, then copy it back.
  9. 10.6.8 update breaks App Store

    That worked, thanks so much! I would never have found that myself.
  10. When I try to install apps off the Mac App Store after updating to 10.6.8, this happens: Is there any way to fix this, or if not, to downgrade to 10.6.7? I have tried going into iTunes and deauthorizing/reauthorizing the computer to no avail. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  11. Good configurazione for iATKOS S3 V2

    The volume control problem is because your CoreServices CPUIDs need patching. It sounds like you're using AMD, so download Marvin's AMD utility (google it) and choose "Create Patcher Package." Select /System/Library to patch, then let it run. When it's finished, it will probably stop responding, so force quit it. Open the AMD.Patch.Folder folder on the desktop, open the current date folder, and copy the Patches folder to the root of the hard drive. Reboot, and at the chameleon screen type "-s" without quotes to boot in single-user mode. When you get to the command prompt, type: /sbin/mount -uw / cd /patches ./patcher ./cpuid.txt reboot When you reboot, volume control should work.
  12. Hello, I've had my system up and running for about 2 months now. About a week ago, I upgraded to 10.6.5, and now when I try to switch resolutions, I get a black or blue screen. When I switch resolutions in System Preferences, it's a blue screen, and when I switch resolutions in an online Java game, it's black. It worked fine in 10.6.4, but now that I have updated, I can't switch resolutions. My graphics card is an NVidia 9500 GT 1GB, and I'm using NVEnabler as installed by the iAtkos s3 v2 disc. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  13. Work in Progress: Google (Inventec) Cr-48

    After installing all 89 updates ( ), Google Chrome, various drivers, and Scrybe for the touchpad, I'm left with about 9.4 GB to work with.
  14. Work in Progress: Google (Inventec) Cr-48

    I already tried that and it still shows up in Device Manager with a yellow exclamation mark.
  15. Work in Progress: Google (Inventec) Cr-48

    I installed XP on mine and it works great. The only problems are: 1: During installation you have to keep telling it where D:\i386 is located. 2: Only the very basic drivers are installed. For graphics, Wi-Fi, sound, etc. you need to go on a different computer and save them to a flash drive. 3: Still haven't found a driver for the Gobi ethernet. If anyone can help me with this, it would be appreciated. The installation only takes up 5 GB on the SSD, and runs very fast on the Atom CPU.
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