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Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum so hello! I was wondering if any of you can answer a few questions for me. If so thanks! Okie, so first off here is my PC specifications.

 

OEM: LG

OS: Windows XP Home Edition

CPU: Intel® Celeron® Cpu 2.66ghz 2.67 ghz, 2.00 GB of Ram.

Motherboard: SiS 661FX

Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 7300GT

 

Onto the questions and such, First off, I was trying to install iATKOS V1.0 and got this error

 

1.784    AppleUSBOHCI[0x3c77000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

1.717    AppleUSBOHCI[0x3c0b000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

1.731    AppleUSBOHCI[0x3d6b000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

 

 

Okie, so I was wondering if any of you know what that means and how do I fix it? Otherwise...can you guys kindly recommend me to try out a different OSx86? That will fit my computer requirements? Thanks!

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Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum so hello! I was wondering if any of you can answer a few questions for me. If so thanks! Okie, so first off here is my PC specifications.

 

OEM: LG

OS: Windows XP Home Edition

CPU: Intel® Celeron® Cpu 2.66ghz 2.67 ghz, 2.00 GB of Ram.

Motherboard: SiS 661FX

Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 7300GT

 

Onto the questions and such, First off, I was trying to install iATKOS V1.0 and got this error

 

1.784 AppleUSBOHCI[0x3c77000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

1.717 AppleUSBOHCI[0x3c0b000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

1.731 AppleUSBOHCI[0x3d6b000]::CheckSleepCompabillity - ONCI controller will be unloaded across sleep

 

 

Okie, so I was wondering if any of you know what that means and how do I fix it? Otherwise...can you guys kindly recommend me to try out a different OSx86? That will fit my computer requirements? Thanks!

 

 

if your going to dual boot my recommendation and the installation that has worked best for me is iPC 10.5.6 with Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (but mainly because i have a Directx11 Graphics Card), i cant remember where i found iPC exactly but google is your friend. I'm also dual booting iPC 10.5.6 and Windows Vista Ultimate x32 on my netbook with great success, my desktop is AMD Athlonx2 x64 (Rated 4.68ghz) with 3gb DDR2 Ram, and nVidia GeForce 8200 Chipset. Proof of Directx11

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i've never used kalyway. that doesnt make any sense, did you change the way your drives are set up in your bios? even if they are formatted/partitioned in a way mac doesnt understand it should still see the actual drive itself. maybe you should revert back to optimized defaults in your bios and we can go from there..?

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I havn't touched my bios at all, all I did was what is said here and got all the way to where it says this

 

# Once the Loading Bar vanishes Select Utilities -> Disk Utility .
# Select the Volume you created previously and format it as MAC OSX Journaled Extended. Once the formatting is done the volume is ready for installation.

 

Only thing different is I'm dual booting with Windows XP Pro. And here is a picture of my Bios and here is a picture of what it looks like in Disk Managment. I havn't changed it in anyway that should of effected it from not being read by Mac. I even loaded up Fedora linux, and it showed my drives. So I'm not sure whats causing it. What do you suggest I should do?

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I gave it a try, and did a whole new partion, but it still did not show any of my drives. It also messed up windows install, so I had to repair it. Didn't lose anything at least. Sorry for not replying sooner, been doing finals at school.

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Alright, I made a huge progress. I got my drives showing up finally, I formatted the drive I wanted mac on to ( Mac OSX Extended Journaled ). And installed it on it, and everything went fine. I put Chain0 into my c drive, and added ( C:\chain0="Mac OS X86" ) into my boot.ini on last line. Now...when I restarted my computer and it showed it on the boot menu. I clicked Mac OS X86, but it just went right back to the boot menu. I don't know why it's doing this...I thought I was on the right track and I was all excited thinking I got it working. Also, I'm using Snow Leopard Intel/Amd.

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I made huge process again, but still ran into another problem that may be simple. I got rid of all my partions, and installed it on my second drive, which made it work wonders. I got it dual booted and everything, but when I boot into mac it freezes at the apple startup logo. And just does nothing what so ever. Another problem, is when I boot from mac, and go to it's dualboot screen (Chameleon) it freezes up. But they may be fixed if I can get the mac booting up. I really don't have any ideas on how to fix this, if you guys can please help, Id really appreciate it.

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What do you mean? I got tutorials printed out and I got it finally installed. But when I start it up, it freezes up on apple start up logo. No cursor or anything. Just staring at a white background with an apple logo. I googled like crazy seeing for a solution, but all I found was solutions for mac computers. And not PC dual boots.

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What do you mean? I got tutorials printed out and I got it finally installed. But when I start it up, it freezes up on apple start up logo. No cursor or anything. Just staring at a white background with an apple logo. I googled like crazy seeing for a solution, but all I found was solutions for mac computers. And not PC dual boots.

 

What you can do to find out what problem it is that it freezes, is startup from the DVD, and before you even go into the apple startup logo, it should have like this screen where you can press F8. Do this, and type '-v' (without quotes), hit enter. Now you can actually see what is being processed, and where it stops. Report back with which last lines it stops.

 

EDIT: excuse me, i didn't know you were actually installed :). Then, just at the screen before the apple boot logo, hit any key so you have like multiple options. there hit '-v' (without quotes), see at the last lines were it freezes and report back ;)

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Thankfully I was able to type -v before it froze on the chameleon boot screen. It rolls text for a lil bit and then it goes black and doesn't do anything. I have no idea what it said before the black screen, cause it was going really fast.

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