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Hi everyone, I'm having a problem with this error:

 

hfs: created hfbt on Snow Leopard

 

Snow Leopard is the name of my SL partition. I read earlier that Snow Leopard must be installed on SATA 0 drive, but my LAPTOP's hard drive is in port 1. I checked this with ubuntu. Is there anything I can do to change the drive to SATA 0?

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Hi everyone, I'm having a problem with this error:

 

hfs: created hfbt on Snow Leopard

 

Snow Leopard is the name of my SL partition. I read earlier that Snow Leopard must be installed on SATA 0 drive, but my LAPTOP's hard drive is in port 1. I checked this with ubuntu. Is there anything I can do to change the drive to SATA 0?

 

Specify your Lenovo and what method of installation did you use?

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I've got an R61i with a Thinkpad 11a/b/g wifi card (Atheros AR5212, 168c:1014, supposed to be standard AirPort card from macbook)

 

I'm using an iATKOS DVD with 10.6.3, tried both GUID and MBR partition tables, tried doing many different configurations with kexts, no luck. Same error keeps coming up.

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  • 3 months later...

Hi Stereo,

Did you get this issue resolved? I have a general question about Lenovo. My next project is to try installing 10.6 on a D20 workstation (processor X5670 and board 4158-B9U) it would be pure coincidence if someone has tried to install this and/or can share some information about this attempt. Anything at all would be helpful.

Thanks,

Mark

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