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What Kernel I've to use within iDeneb on Asrock G31M-GS?

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Hi

 

I'm trying to install iDeneb 1.3 on the Pc in my signature. I tryed Vanilla Kernel and also Darwin 9.2.2, but I've got a kernel panic related to Power Management.

Any suggestion for me?

 

Thanks

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Hi

 

I'm trying to install iDeneb 1.3 on the Pc in my signature. I tryed Vanilla Kernel and also Darwin 9.2.2, but I've got a kernel panic related to Power Management.

Any suggestion for me?

 

Thanks

 

Post your kernel panic screen shot.........

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Post your kernel panic screen shot.........

 

Sorry, I've just taken a screenshot with a photocam. here is the attachment.

In this case I used a Darwin 9.4 kernel but the error seems to be the same with all other ones.

 

thanks

 

Another thing: I've read the guide about installing MacOSX on Asrock g31m-gs, and there are two files with modified Bios. So, I'm not able to download these attachments... Bios-mod is necessary also with non-vanilla kernels?

 

Thanks again...

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Sorry, I've just taken a screenshot with a photocam. here is the attachment.

In this case I used a Darwin 9.4 kernel but the error seems to be the same with all other ones.

 

thanks

 

Another thing: I've read the guide about installing MacOSX on Asrock g31m-gs, and there are two files with modified Bios. So, I'm not able to download these attachments... Bios-mod is necessary also with non-vanilla kernels?

 

Thanks again...

 

You need to use a Disabler.kext that disables the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext........

 

As for BIOS mods.........it depends what the BIOS problem(s) is(are).........some can be sorted by using a patched DSDT.aml file in / or in /Extra.........

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You need to use a Disabler.kext that disables the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext........

 

As for BIOS mods.........it depends what the BIOS problem(s) is(are).........some can be sorted by using a patched DSDT.aml file in / or in /Extra.........

 

Well.. I'm not able to boot the system in any mode (tryed -x -v -f -s options), so I think I've to reinstall with other custom options. Now I have got iDeneb 1.4 (with the Voodoo Kernel).

 

Thanks for your answer!

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