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Mohamed Khairy

GMA3150 Bootloader by meklort

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Arrr, every time I try to download the file I get a error from the forum:

"Sorry, but you do not have permission to use this feature. If you are not logged in, you may do so using the form below if available."

But I'm logged in... What's wrong here?

 

Btw: Wow, there will be qe soon thats just totally awesome ;)

 

Have you another link for me to download the file?

 

Edit: Whats the gfxenabler and where exactly do I have to put it into? In the com.apple.Boot.plist ?

And in which line in this file?

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Arrr, every time I try to download the file I get a error from the forum:

"Sorry, but you do not have permission to use this feature. If you are not logged in, you may do so using the form below if available."

But I'm logged in... What's wrong here?

 

Btw: Wow, there will be qe soon thats just totally awesome ;)

 

Have you another link for me to download the file?

 

Edit: Whats the gfxenabler and where exactly do I have to put it into? In the com.apple.Boot.plist ?

And in which line in this file?

sorry i corrected it now

it is my fault

 

for gfx enabler add this to boot.plist

 

<key>GraphicsEnabler</key>

<string>Yes</string>

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sorry i corrected it now

it is my fault

 

for gfx enabler add this to boot.plist

 

<key>GraphicsEnabler</key>

<string>Yes</string>

 

Thanks, I will test if it works for me now ;) Hopefully my mini won't crash :)

 

 

Edit: Well my Mini get in a boot loop at start up all the time, what can I do?

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Thanks, I will test if it works for me now :) Hopefully my mini won't crash :D

 

 

Edit: Well my Mini get in a boot loop at start up all the time, what can I do?

 

is it when you select partion to boot or WHEN

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Well after the darwin screen a hdd symbol appears and if the bar is empty under it then it starts to load a few kexts and then it restarts.

 

So... yes when I select the partition

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Well after the darwin screen a hdd symbol appears and if the bar is empty under it then it starts to load a few kexts and then it restarts.

 

So... yes when I select the partition

type Wait=yes -v

and picture it

antherthing

which bootlaoder you use before also which kernel

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Well it seems that the machine wants to boot in 64bit mode... but even when i try to add: arch=x86_32 it fails...

 

Heres the picture:

 

08112010009xbvy.jpg

 

I used the Chameleon 2 NBI bootloader but I don't know which kernel exactly... something that was called mach_kernel_atom2

 

Btw: Sorry for the quality of the picture... its only a mobile phone cam. And wihout camera flash it would look even poorer

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Well it seems that the machine wants to boot in 64bit mode... but even when i try to add: arch=x86_32 it fails...

 

Heres the picture:

 

 

 

I used the Chameleon 2 NBI bootloader but I don't know which kernel exactly... something that was called mach_kernel_atom2

 

Btw: Sorry for the quality of the picture... its only a mobile phone cam. And wihout camera flash it would look even poorer

boot with your installer flash key

and then will send to you

netbookinstaller.dylib

i forgetted it :)

 

put it on modules folder

anther thing use desktop boot to enable you to work

32bit flag is

arch=i386

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When I try to boot with my usb flash key i get a kernel panic. There appears something like unsupported cpu or something like that.

And when I try to boot in the internal hdd with arch=i386 I get a kernel panic

When I try to boot to my usb key it says: Can't find mach_kernel_atom2

 

looks like i have to do a completely reinstall :'(

 

BTW: Have to eat now... will be back soon.

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When I try to boot with my usb flash key i get a kernel panic. There appears something like unsupported cpu or something like that.

And when I try to boot in the internal hdd with arch=i386 I get a kernel panic

When I try to boot to my usb key it says: Can't find mach_kernel_atom2

 

boot using usbkey

and type

hd(1.2)/mach_kernel_atom2

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When I'm at the darwin screen I see two hdd's one is my internal hdd which is called "Snow Leopard", the other hdd is my usb install key which is called "Mac OS X Install DVD".

 

Doesn't matter where i type the command in... it doesn't work.

 

At the internal hdd and usb key it says: Can't find hd(1.2)/mach_kernel_atom2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or did I make something wrong?

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When I'm at the darwin screen I see two hdd's one is my internal hdd which is called "Snow Leopard", the other hdd is my usb install key which is called "Mac OS X Install DVD".

 

Doesn't matter where i type the command in... it doesn't work.

 

At the internal hdd and usb key it says: Can't find hd(1.2)/mach_kernel_atom2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or did I make something wrong?

 

i sent to you my mail on PM

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i sent to you my mail on PM

 

Well thanks but if I want to add you to my skype contact list it says that this is a unknown e-mail adress

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I sent you my e-mail adress... well I try to do the reinstall today... but i don't know if I'll finish it today... because here it's already 7.37 PM and it takes a little time ;) and i have to do the update to 10.6.4 too

 

Edit how can i boot to my flash usb key... because it says: Can't find mach_kernel_atom2 as I said before.

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I sent you my e-mail adress... well I try to do the reinstall today... but i don't know if I'll finish it today... because here it's already 7.37 PM and it takes a little time :P and i have to do the update to 10.6.4 too

ok do new install and install latest updates

and use the news bootloader uploaded on topic ;)

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Uhmm.. sorry that I ask but can I install the 10.6.4 Combo Update directly after the installation when I'm on the desktop for the first time, or must I download another kernel...? Because I heard that the 10.6.2 update removes the support for the Atom processor.

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Uhmm.. sorry that I ask but can I install the 10.6.4 Combo Update directly after the installation when I'm on the desktop for the first time, or must I download another kernel...? Because I heard that the 10.6.2 update removes the support for the Atom processor.

use atom_kernel 10.4

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sure

ok, the installation of the retail Mac OS X 10.6.0 is ready soon. Then I install the new kernel and after reboot I install the 10.6.4 Combo Update and after that install your new bootloader.

 

And after I installed your new bootloader and back in OS X I can install all the necessary kext's right?

 

Is that the correct order? I only want to be sure :)

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ok, the installation of the retail Mac OS X 10.6.0 is ready soon. Then I install the new kernel and after reboot I install the 10.6.4 Combo Update and after that install your new bootloader.

 

 

Is that the correct order? I only want to be sure :)

first

replace kernel

put bootloader as i wrote

remove kernelpatcher.dylib from modules as you will use already patched kernel

restart

then update to 10.6.4 and sure that you use atom kernel then restart

update to gfx update 1.0

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first

replace kernel

put bootloader as i wrote

remove kernelpatcher.dylib from modules as you will use already patched kernel

restart

then update to 10.6.4 and sure that you use atom kernel then restart

update to gfx update 1.0

 

And how do I install the new Kernel? xD

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