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Hello,

I am trying to install iATKOS S3_V2 DVD on my system

 

my system specs are as follow

 

Pentium D 915 2.8 Ghz 800FSB

Intel Motherboard DG965RY

Twinmos 2*2GB = 4GB 667FSB

Western Digital 160GB SATA Drive

Nvidia 250 GTS 1 GB DDR3

TP Link 54Mb Wireless PCI Card

 

The installation goes smoothly, when i restart.. it doesn't load osx but keeps on restarting the pc.

i need help plzzz

if someone could tell me what to select during installation, which bootloader and patches and drivers.

 

Your help is appreciated

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Hello,

I am trying to install iATKOS S3_V2 DVD on my system

 

my system specs are as follow

 

Pentium D 915 2.8 Ghz 800FSB

Intel Motherboard DG965RY

Twinmos 2*2GB = 4GB 667FSB

Western Digital 160GB SATA Drive

Nvidia 250 GTS 1 GB DDR3

TP Link 54Mb Wireless PCI Card

 

The installation goes smoothly, when i restart.. it doesn't load osx but keeps on restarting the pc.

i need help plzzz

if someone could tell me what to select during installation, which bootloader and patches and drivers.

 

Your help is appreciated

 

The S3 DVD can boot into 5 kernels: qoopz 10.3.0, qoopz 10.2.0, pcj 0.9 10.2.0, atom 10.3.0 and the modbin 10.0.0 kernel. It boots into qoopz 10.3.0 by default but you can boot using any of the following kernel boot flags, if the default does not work......

 

"mach_qoopz" for qoopz 10.2.0

"mach_pcj" for pcj v0.9 10.2.0

"mach_atom" for atom 10.3.0

"mach_modbin" for modbin 10.0.0

 

But your Pentium D (which AFAIK does not support SSSE3 and so you should use a patched kernel) boots into qoopz 10.3.0, so in the Installer Customise menu, initially select the options shown in BOLD here:

 

> iATKOS S3 Main System [Pre-selected Default]

 

> Bootloader

 

>> AsereBLN v1.19 [Default]

 

>> PC_EFI v10.6

 

>> Slice

 

>> AnVAL Loader

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC5

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC4

 

> Bootloader Options

 

>> 32-bit boot

 

>> Graphics Enabler

 

>> -pci1

 

>> Ethernet

 

>> USB (USBBusFix; EHCIacquire; UHCIreset)

 

>> Quiet Boot

 

>> Legacy Logo

 

>> UUID [selecting this breaks HDD multiboot options]

 

> Patches

 

>> /Extra directory [Default]

 

>> fakesmc [Default] V2.5 [MUST BE SELECTED]

 

>> Disabler [Default]

 

>> RTC (RTC [Default]; RTC(32bit))

 

>> Modified Kernels (qoopz 10.3.0; qoopz 10.2.0; PCJ kernel; Atom Kernel)

 

>> EVO Reboot [Default]

 

>> Sleep Enabler

 

>> USB

 

>> UUID

 

> Drivers

 

>> Main Hardware

 

>>> SATA/IDE (AHCI SATA; Intel SATA/IDE; JMicron SATA/IDE; VIA SATA/IDE (support for VIA, SiS, SI, ULI, Marvell and some nForce chipsets); nForce SATA/IDE)

 

>>> Sound (Voodoo HDA [Default]; Apple HDA 10.6.2 [Default])

 

>>> PS/2 (Apple PS/2; Voodoo PS/2) [i am assuming you have a PS/2 keyboard and mouse; if not, then ignore PS/2]

 

>>> CPU Power Management (Voodoo P-State; Voodoo Power; EvO Speedstep)

 

>>> Laptop Hardware (Battery; Card Reader; TSC Sync; ACPI Thermal (32bit)

 

>>> NTFS-3G (Mac FUSE Core; NTFS-3G [automatic sub-selection])

 

>> VGA

 

>>> nVidia

 

>>>> EFI String (DVI/DVI; DVI/VGA; VGA/DVI)

 

>>>> Enablers (NVEnabler; Natit)

 

>>> ATI

 

>>>> Enablers (EVO enabler; ATY-Init (32bit)

 

>>>> ATI 48xx

 

>>>> ATI Framebuffer

 

>>> Intel

 

>>>> EFI String

 

>>>> Natit (32bit)

 

>>>> GMA 950 (GMA 950 27A2 (32bit); GMA 950 27AE (32bit))

 

>>>> GMA X3100 (Framebuffer (32bit)

 

>> Network

 

>>> Wireless [Check if your WiFi card has a RTL8187 variant chipset, and then choose the correct driver]

>>>> Atheros

 

>>>> Atheros Corei7 fix

 

>>>> Broadcom

 

>>>> Ralink (RT257x; RT2500 (32bit); RT2870; RT2860 (32bit); RT256x (32bit))

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8187 (32bit); RTL8187B (32bit); RTL8187L (32bit); RTL8187SE (32bit))

 

>>>> Zydas (32bit)

 

>>> Wired

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8168; RTL8139)

 

>>>> Marvell (Yukon 88E8001; Yukon 88E8056)

 

>>>> Atheros (Attansic L1; Attansic L1E; Attansic L2 (32bit)

 

>>>> Intel (Intel Pro V100; Intel Gigabit)

 

>>>> Broadcom (BCM440x; BCM5755M (32bit); BCM5787M (32bit))

 

>>>> nForce

 

>>>> Via Rhine (32bit)

 

> Language Translations [Your choice]

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The S3 DVD can boot into 5 kernels: qoopz 10.3.0, qoopz 10.2.0, pcj 0.9 10.2.0, atom 10.3.0 and the modbin 10.0.0 kernel. It boots into qoopz 10.3.0 by default but you can boot using any of the following kernel boot flags, if the default does not work......

 

"mach_qoopz" for qoopz 10.2.0

"mach_pcj" for pcj v0.9 10.2.0

"mach_atom" for atom 10.3.0

"mach_modbin" for modbin 10.0.0

 

But your Pentium D (which AFAIK does not support SSSE3 and so you should use a patched kernel) boots into qoopz 10.3.0, so in the Installer Customise menu, initially select the options shown in BOLD here:

 

> iATKOS S3 Main System [Pre-selected Default]

 

> Bootloader

 

>> AsereBLN v1.19 [Default]

 

>> PC_EFI v10.6

 

>> Slice

 

>> AnVAL Loader

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC5

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC4

 

> Bootloader Options

 

>> 32-bit boot

 

>> Graphics Enabler

 

>> -pci1

 

>> Ethernet

 

>> USB (USBBusFix; EHCIacquire; UHCIreset)

 

>> Quiet Boot

 

>> Legacy Logo

 

>> UUID [selecting this breaks HDD multiboot options]

 

> Patches

 

>> /Extra directory [Default]

 

>> fakesmc [Default] V2.5 [MUST BE SELECTED]

 

>> Disabler [Default]

 

>> RTC (RTC [Default]; RTC(32bit))

 

>> Modified Kernels (qoopz 10.3.0; qoopz 10.2.0; PCJ kernel; Atom Kernel)

 

>> EVO Reboot [Default]

 

>> Sleep Enabler

 

>> USB

 

>> UUID

 

> Drivers

 

>> Main Hardware

 

>>> SATA/IDE (AHCI SATA; Intel SATA/IDE; JMicron SATA/IDE; VIA SATA/IDE (support for VIA, SiS, SI, ULI, Marvell and some nForce chipsets); nForce SATA/IDE)

 

>>> Sound (Voodoo HDA [Default]; Apple HDA 10.6.2 [Default])

 

>>> PS/2 (Apple PS/2; Voodoo PS/2) [i am assuming you have a PS/2 keyboard and mouse; if not, then ignore PS/2]

 

>>> CPU Power Management (Voodoo P-State; Voodoo Power; EvO Speedstep)

 

>>> Laptop Hardware (Battery; Card Reader; TSC Sync; ACPI Thermal (32bit)

 

>>> NTFS-3G (Mac FUSE Core; NTFS-3G [automatic sub-selection])

 

>> VGA

 

>>> nVidia

 

>>>> EFI String (DVI/DVI; DVI/VGA; VGA/DVI)

 

>>>> Enablers (NVEnabler; Natit)

 

>>> ATI

 

>>>> Enablers (EVO enabler; ATY-Init (32bit)

 

>>>> ATI 48xx

 

>>>> ATI Framebuffer

 

>>> Intel

 

>>>> EFI String

 

>>>> Natit (32bit)

 

>>>> GMA 950 (GMA 950 27A2 (32bit); GMA 950 27AE (32bit))

 

>>>> GMA X3100 (Framebuffer (32bit)

 

>> Network

 

>>> Wireless [Check if your WiFi card has a RTL8187 variant chipset, and then choose the correct driver]

>>>> Atheros

 

>>>> Atheros Corei7 fix

 

>>>> Broadcom

 

>>>> Ralink (RT257x; RT2500 (32bit); RT2870; RT2860 (32bit); RT256x (32bit))

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8187 (32bit); RTL8187B (32bit); RTL8187L (32bit); RTL8187SE (32bit))

 

>>>> Zydas (32bit)

 

>>> Wired

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8168; RTL8139)

 

>>>> Marvell (Yukon 88E8001; Yukon 88E8056)

 

>>>> Atheros (Attansic L1; Attansic L1E; Attansic L2 (32bit)

 

>>>> Intel (Intel Pro V100; Intel Gigabit)

 

>>>> Broadcom (BCM440x; BCM5755M (32bit); BCM5787M (32bit))

 

>>>> nForce

 

>>>> Via Rhine (32bit)

 

> Language Translations [Your choice]

 

Thank you very much. This method works great for my D945PSN with Pentium D 820.

 

Wondering if I should update to 10.6.4 and if it will work still.

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Thank you very much. This method works great for my D945PSN with Pentium D 820.

 

Wondering if I should update to 10.6.4 and if it will work still.

 

Glad to have helped unexpectedly......... :D

 

Recommend that you first check that the qoopz 10.3.0 kernel is not named as mach_kernel, as otherwise the 10.6.4 update will overwrite it with the vanilla mach_kernel........it is a good idea to keep a bootable fall-back kernel in

your / folder........so suggest you name the qoopz 10.3.0 kernel as mach_kernel.qoopz1030 in / and create a symbolic link to mach_kernel..........

 

sudo ln -s /mach_kernel.qoopz1030 /mach_kernel

 

this way after updating you can still boot manually by typing mach_kernel.qoopz1030 at the boot: prompt..........but you may choose to wait for a 10.6.4 patched kernel before updating to 10.6.4...........

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Glad to have helped unexpectedly......... :D

 

Recommend that you first check that the qoopz 10.3.0 kernel is not named as mach_kernel, as otherwise the 10.6.4 update will overwrite it with the vanilla mach_kernel........it is a good idea to keep a bootable fall-back kernel in

your / folder........so suggest you name the qoopz 10.3.0 kernel as mach_kernel.qoopz1030 in / and create a symbolic link to mach_kernel..........

 

sudo ln -s /mach_kernel.qoopz1030 /mach_kernel

 

this way after updating you can still boot manually by typing mach_kernel.qoopz1030 at the boot: prompt..........but you may choose to wait for a 10.6.4 patched kernel before updating to 10.6.4...........

Ok, took your advice and backed up the qoopz kernel as backup_mach_kernel. I should be able to boot to it by typing in backup_mach_kernel, right? Also, a little off topic, I'm trying to get sleep to work. Where should I start? I used DSDTEditor to generate a DSDT.alm, applied the sleep patch and placed it on the root. I forced the loader to use the DSDT by using the flag DSDT=/DSDT.alm. But sleep still did not work. Is there a guide that better explains the ins and outs of editing DSDT files?

 

Thanks

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Ok, took your advice and backed up the qoopz kernel as backup_mach_kernel. I should be able to boot to it by typing in backup_mach_kernel, right? Also, a little off topic, I'm trying to get sleep to work. Where should I start? I used DSDTEditor to generate a DSDT.alm, applied the sleep patch and placed it on the root. I forced the loader to use the DSDT by using the flag DSDT=/DSDT.alm. But sleep still did not work. Is there a guide that better explains the ins and outs of editing DSDT files?

 

Thanks

 

Yes.........simply try it.........

 

Have you tried SleepEnabler.kext(10.6.2 or 10.6.3 version) together with NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and OpenHaltRestart.kext to get sleep working in 32bit mode.......

 

This DSDT guide is interesting to read.......

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Yes.........simply try it.........

 

Have you tried SleepEnabler.kext(10.6.2 or 10.6.3 version) together with NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and OpenHaltRestart.kext to get sleep working in 32bit mode.......

 

This DSDT guide is interesting to read.......

 

 

Ok, tried to get sleep to work, but just got KPs -put the NullPower, SleepEnable, and EvOReboot in the /E/E folder and used pfix to rebuild the Extensions.mkext. -rebooted the sys -got KP. Am I doing anything wrong? or is that the right approach?

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Ok, tried to get sleep to work, but just got KPs -put the NullPower, SleepEnable, and EvOReboot in the /E/E folder and used pfix to rebuild the Extensions.mkext. -rebooted the sys -got KP. Am I doing anything wrong? or is that the right approach?

 

Did you try with OpenHaltRestart.kext instead of EvOReboot and make certain the SleepEnabler.kext version is correct for your OS X system version......if yes and no success, then you will have to follow the DSDT modding path........

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Did you try with OpenHaltRestart.kext instead of EvOReboot and make certain the SleepEnabler.kext version is correct for your OS X system version......if yes and no success, then you will have to follow the DSDT modding path........

Ok, Got it to work finally. I had the wrong sleep enabler version.

Thanks for the help. Now if I could only get the core temperature to read in iStat, I'll be golden.

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OMG OMG OMG !!! OMG OMG !!!!

MY iATKOS S3_V2 is working now ... i selected the options as per u said ...

 

I still can't believe it ... :) I AM SO HAPPY !!!

 

THANKYOU !!! THANKYOU !!! YOU R GREAT !!!

Really Appreciate Your Help !!!!

 

Did you try with OpenHaltRestart.kext instead of EvOReboot and make certain the SleepEnabler.kext version is correct for your OS X system version......if yes and no success, then you will have to follow the DSDT modding path........

 

 

I Did select PCI Wireless Card ... Airport Doesn't Work ... so how should i get it started after the installation of OSX ... secondly i made 2 partition on MBR ...

where

1 - Snow (for OSX)

2 - Win (Fat 32 for Win 7)

 

how to dual boot with win 7

 

Thankyou so much for your help .. keenly waiting for your reply

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OMG OMG OMG !!! OMG OMG !!!!

MY iATKOS S3_V2 is working now ... i selected the options as per u said ...

 

I still can't believe it ... :D I AM SO HAPPY !!!

 

THANKYOU !!! THANKYOU !!! YOU R GREAT !!!

Really Appreciate Your Help !!!!

 

 

 

 

I Did select PCI Wireless Card ... Airport Doesn't Work ... so how should i get it started after the installation of OSX ... secondly i made 2 partition on MBR ...

where

1 - Snow (for OSX)

2 - Win (Fat 32 for Win 7)

 

how to dual boot with win 7

 

Thankyou so much for your help .. keenly waiting for your reply

 

What is the actual model of your TP Link 54Mb Wireless PCI Card?

 

Have you installed Win7 on the 2nd MBR volume yet?

 

You can use EasyBCD 2.0 Beta in Win7 to boot OS X and/or AsereBLN v1.19 in OS X to boot Win7........

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What is the actual model of your TP Link 54Mb Wireless PCI Card?

 

Have you installed Win7 on the 2nd MBR volume yet?

 

You can use EasyBCD 2.0 Beta in Win7 to boot OS X and/or AsereBLN v1.19 in OS X to boot Win7........

 

I haven't installed win 7 yet, i was waiting for your reply so i could.. do exactly how you assist me ...

 

its TL-WN353G 54Mbps 802.11b/g PCI Adapter ... i did try to search on www.kexts.com but couldn't find any divers for it.

 

Secondly my mobo 965RY has Ethernet Gigabit 82566 .. for which i found the kext file ...

 

http://www.kexts.com/view/13-intel82566mm_(32--64-bit).html

 

http://www.kexts.com/view/45-intel82566mm.html

 

both of them donot enable LAN .. i am wondering if you could help on this plzzz .... waiting for your reply ....

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I haven't installed win 7 yet, i was waiting for your reply so i could.. do exactly how you assist me ...

 

its TL-WN353G 54Mbps 802.11b/g PCI Adapter ... i did try to search on www.kexts.com but couldn't find any divers for it.

 

Secondly my mobo 965RY has Ethernet Gigabit 82566 .. for which i found the kext file ...

 

http://www.kexts.com/view/13-intel82566mm_(32--64-bit).html

 

http://www.kexts.com/view/45-intel82566mm.html

 

both of them donot enable LAN .. i am wondering if you could help on this plzzz .... waiting for your reply ....

 

If you want to use Windows primarily and OS X second, then use EasyBCD 2.0 bootloader in Windows 7 to boot OS X but if you want to use OS X primarily and Windows second, use AsereBLN v1.19 in OS X to boot Windows.........

 

So, you want to use Windows primarily and OS X second, install Windows 7 and then install and run EasyBCD 2.0 >>> "Add/Remove Entries" and add a entry for Mac OS X......

 

Try this RealTek 8185 installer for your TL-WN353G 54Mbps 802.11b/g PCI Adapter

 

As for Ethernet Gigabit 82566, I assume you enabled onboard LAN in BIOS........also see here.......

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-_- GREAT HELP ... MY Ethernet is up and working ...

 

but the realtek 8185 wireless utility doesn't load ... after couple of minutes nothing happens ... no wifi ;) no airport ... should i do a clean installation without choosing rtl8187b from menu ? and then install rtl8185 package ???

 

your help has been very generous ... thank you

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:D GREAT HELP ... MY Ethernet is up and working ...

 

but the realtek 8185 wireless utility doesn't load ... after couple of minutes nothing happens ... no wifi :P no airport ... should i do a clean installation without choosing rtl8187b from menu ? and then install rtl8185 package ???

 

your help has been very generous ... thank you

 

Just find the RT8178.kext in /S/L/E/ and/or /E/E/ and remove it and then run the RTL8185 installer......

 

I would recommend using EasyBCD 2.0 Beta in Windows to boot OS X as there are reports of Chameleon not being able to boot Windows 7........

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HEY ... THANKS FOR THE HELP .... i did delete the kext and install 8185 kext again .. but it doesn't work .. then i did clean installation of iATKOS .. then i installed RTL8185 ... but still the Realtek utility freezes and doesn't load ... airport not working :( is there something else i can do to turn on my wifi ??? thanx

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HEY ... THANKS FOR THE HELP .... i did delete the kext and install 8185 kext again .. but it doesn't work .. then i did clean installation of iATKOS .. then i installed RTL8185 ... but still the Realtek utility freezes and doesn't load ... airport not working :) is there something else i can do to turn on my wifi ??? thanx

 

Check to see if your TL-WN353G 54Mbps 802.11b/g PCI Adapter device ID is in the Info.plist file of the RTL8185.kext.............

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