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About miki1996

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  1. ACPI Kernel Panic

    UPDATE! I succefully installed Mac OS X Snow Leopard on this Toshiba! I used Snow Leopard Retail DVD + ModCD (first boot with -x). It has recognized everything, WebCam, Audio... But not the graphic card. It's an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145, any ideas?
  2. ACPI Kernel Panic

    ...seeing the number of responses... ...I'll sell this notebook!! Really? Is this a so unknown error?
  3. ACPI Kernel Panic

    I used -v -x -f (obviously!) than -legacy, busratio=xx, acpi=strict, npci=0x2000, EHCIacquire=Yes, UHCIreset=Yes, USBBusFix=Yes, PCIRootUID=0. I tried them separately, then simultaneously... Really, I've realized many Hackintosh for my friends, with great success, but when I have to make something interesting for me, I can't do that because there's an error, a strange error. Thanks again.
  4. ACPI Kernel Panic

    Hello to the community, I had to open a thread due to an error that is making me becoming crazy. I tried to install OS X on my AMD Toshiba Satellite L650D-101 (Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion) with every boot flag I know. The installation doesn't start, It freezes on a Kernel Panic "Unable to find driver for this platform "ACPI"... etcetera. I tried iAtkos L2, iAntares 10.6.3, Retail 10.6, Retail 10.8.2, but each of these distros gives me that Kernel Panic. My Toshiba's processor is an AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P320 2,10GHz. It has 4GB of Ram and a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145. All the post-installation comes after, the "only" problem for now is to get in the installation menu. Thanks in advance