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I installed OSX 10.6 (Retail) using [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] Supported on my laptop.

Installation went perfect, no errors whatsoever.

 

I couldn't seem to get wifi and touchad working.

Wifi: Atheros AR9285

Touchpad: Alps

 

I found the kext for the wifi, redplaced it with the existing one in S/L/E and used Kext Utility or Kext helper to install the kext.

Reboot with -f, but it still won't show up in Airport.

 

I heard AR9285 would work if I updated to 10.6.4

So I downloaded the Combo update from apple's site. Put it on USB stick.

Transfered it to my OSX folder. Ran the Update, and when it's nearly finished, with 1 minute remaining, a message pops up saying I have to reboot my machine and I can't do anything, it just freezes. So I turn it off, reboot, then I can't boot OSX up anymore.

 

booting with -v gives me:

 

http://img269.imageshack.us/img269/4961/snc12041.jpg

 

And sometimes it just stops at FakeSMC key not found BEMB, length -1

 

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I have re installed OSX few times now, and every time the update fails and I can't reboot. :D

 

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My system:

 

Sony VAIO

CPU: Core i3 350m (zelfde als 430m)

GPU: AMD HD5650

RAM: 4GB DDR3

Intel HM55 Chipset

500GB HDD

Atheros AR9285 (wifi b/g/n)

Broadcom Bluetooth

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Sounds like you might've been missing a disabler of some sort for AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext. Your version of SleepEnabler (assuming you use one) might've been a mis-match.

 

The FakeSMC messages are normal debug.

 

Reinstall and make sure you have up-to-date extensions for the version you're installing handy. Not all aftermarket kexts work with all versions of 10.6.

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I agree with inimicus.

 

You were so close.

You probably missed a kext or it was replaced with the combo update.

 

I have also heard that 1.0.6.4 supports your WiFi card - so that will be great once you get past this hump.

 

Some advice is not to try to get everything working at once.

 

Next time try booting in single user mode - at least you'll be able to use the shell and add or remove kext's.

 

At Chameleon do a -s for single user mode

The you will have to mount your drive.

There will be instructions on the screen.

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