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Works on VMWare, doesn't work native :(

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Hello everybody,

 

I've installed Mac OSX via Vmware (based on Adonias blog - http://blog.adonias.cl/leer.php?id=78&Lang=EN) with osx86_10.4.5_amd-intel_sse2-3.iso on a clean 30Gb Hard drive (my Windows XP is on two other 250 gb drives with RAID-0, but are disconnected while booting Mac OSX). Mac OSX is perfectly working in VMWare, but when I boot on the 30Gb Hard drive, it doesn't go on.

 

Here is the error : sa4000245oj.jpg

 

My config is : AMD Athlon X2 3800+ not overclocked, GeForce 7800 GT Pci-express, 2x512 DDR ram, HD 30gb IDE.

 

Big thank you for who will help me !

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Moved to correct place. :(

 

The Genius Bar is for HowTo's/tutorials - it's a genral knowledge base...

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Please give us more details about which patches you applied.

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Looks like it might be problems with your nforce4 chipset. Is the hard drive sata? Actually I think you need to get the 10.4.6 jas because that has the 1.0a patches that are meant for amd boards.

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Here is my hard drives config :

 

2x250 Gb RAID-0 SATA (nForce 4, WinXP)

1x250 Gb SATA (nForce 4, Docs)

1x30 Gb IDE (MacOSX)

 

I'm affraid disabling or unplugging my 2x250 RAID-0 because I don't want to break or loose my RAID chain health.

 

I think it comes from RAID SATA drives, but someone can confirm I can unplug them without loosing my RAID chain ?

 

Is it possible to find any update to apply path v1.0a and 10.4.6 or do I have to download entire MacOSX iso and reinstall it ?

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Some news... I tried disabling RAID and SATA 1 and 2 ports (so my 2x250 Gb disappear from boot sequence) at my own risk : one good and one bad news :

 

The bad : MacOSX still doesn't want to boot native on my IDE harddrive

The good : my RAID chain is still alive and healthy !

 

I know it doesn't come from my RAID harddrives now, so where does it come from ?

 

I've looked for Maxxus patch 1.0a in google, can't find anything.

I've looked for 10.4.6 AMD in torrent, can't find anything...

 

Please help ! (and thanks to those who already answer)... I'm very close to decide to buy a real Mac in next days...

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I think you should try going with the 10.4.6 jas dvd which resides with the "demons" or look around and see if the myzar is good because I think that is centered around amd since myzar uses amd processors. Couldnt find 1.0a patches! I'll look on mine and see if i can do something with my ftp site. Are you sure you have the 10.4.5 universal because it looks different when I put mine in, but the 10.4.6 Jas one is identical to yours? Also on the demon place look for jas ppf1.

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sa4000304pt.jpg

 

Here is the screenshot (sorry for the quality) of my "try-to-boot-mac-osx" on my other machine (P4 3.2 Ghz - 512 Mo) with the same hard disk (30 gb). I know I installed AMD Mac OSX version, but I wanted to try, and it is "waiting for root volume" for long (not show on photo, but wrote "Still waiting for root volume" each 2 minutes). Doesn't work either, but should try to install an Intel version on this machine.

 

Thank you asap18, but... I didn't understand everything (shame on me...) Should I try to download 10.4.6 AMD Myzar version ?

I got my ISO on Adonias blog (http://blog.adonias.cl/leer.php?id=73) which is named "MaC.OsX.10.4.5.AMD_SSE2.iso", but there is not an Author name nor any 10.4.6 version.

 

Is "Jas" is the author of another version of MacOSX for x86 ? I found the patch here (http://blog.adonias.cl/archivos/File/Maxxuss_Patch_Solution_v1.0a_1045.rar) and will try to install them tomorrow.

 

Have a good night and thanks for your answers.

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i'm having the same problems and i already tryed the jas 10.4.6 install with the patch

abit fatality an8 sli mobo

amd athlon 64 x2 4200+

(2)xfx geforce 6800 gs 256mb

2g ram

 

it works perfectly fine in vmware but when i try to run it natively it doesn't work gives me the same error

http://us.share.geocities.com/aznxcp4lyfez/DSC01005.jpg

i have the x11 patch installed

amd decrypt amd update amd sse3

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that one is still down, try imageshack or flickr. Also tamagotchi check your hard drive jumpers. Make sure they are set to master or maybe slave but def. not cable select.

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Had same problem.

Changed the Nvidia card for a SIS card and kernel panic was over.

After installation put back the Nvidia card and still running today.

 

c$

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i having the same problem...

i'm using a compaq v2000 laptop...

 

i installed the MAC OS x86 10.4.6 Jas in vmware and run it with no problem...

But when tried to run it natively after applying chain0 method... it cannot load... Please help...

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I Gotted the same problem but i found where the problem come from. on my computer, i setted up my hard disk as Primary Master with the jumper and Bang! it Working Fine. on Both Intel and amd.

 

I tested it on :

 

AMD Athlon 64 3300+

Motherboard Asus K8NLA

 

 

and on :

 

IBM Netvista

P4 1.3 Ghz

 

 

And the 2 work fine.

 

:) Brousst :)

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