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Knock on wood!

 

I've managed to get everything working fine, on the aitikos s3 (10.6.3). Before the installation I had to use -v arch=i386 for an install and take out my other 2 gig of ram (put it back in when it installed) or i would get a kernal error. The system info is reading that I have a GTX 275 and my sata HDD but doesnt read my nforce network. "About this Mac" says I have an Intel XEON although I don't its just a standard quad core 9300.

 

The small problem is that always before boot, need to put in -v arch=i386 or I will get a kernal error and it wont boot. Is there a batch I can use? or can I edit any files that can automatically do this? And how can I properly test the system to know if its stable.

 

 

Thank you all :(

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Knock on wood!

 

I've managed to get everything working fine, on the aitikos s3 (10.6.3). Before the installation I had to use -v arch=i386 for an install and take out my other 2 gig of ram (put it back in when it installed) or i would get a kernal error. The system info is reading that I have a GTX 275 and my sata HDD but doesnt read my nforce network. "About this Mac" says I have an Intel XEON although I don't its just a standard quad core 9300.

 

The small problem is that always before boot, need to put in -v arch=i386 or I will get a kernal error and it wont boot. Is there a batch I can use? or can I edit any files that can automatically do this? And how can I properly test the system to know if its stable.

 

 

Thank you all :wacko:

 

Put -v arch=i386 in your com.apple.Boot.plist file in /Extra/ under Kernel Flags.........

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