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The cpu has been disabled, please help!

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I've installed this version fine "Mac.OS.X.Tiger.10.4.6.X86-HOTiSO" but whenever I try to boot it states the cpu has been disabled by the guest machine and says it has to restart. I have no idea of a way around this or a fix.

 

Can anyone help!?!

 

Thanks in advance :D

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I too had this problem... I read some place about the kernal patches not being applied correctly. It was pretty easy to fix... reboot from the install disc, open a terminal (I think from the utilities menu) and type

 

cp mach_kernal /Volumes/disc

 

reboot and I was cool for school... When I installed osx I named my disc "disc", the name on your system will be different.

 

hope that helps.

 

c.

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also had this problem... did the thing cprime suggested, however still receiving the same error message. i'm assuming the mach_kernel file is from the dvd right?

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