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I have OSX 10.6.5 but I always have to boot with -f. If I dont boot with -f I get kernel Panic. Also if i run the update to update app I get kernel panic. what can I do to fix this.

 

Im using hazard OSX86 10.6.0-10.6.2 Intell/AMD

 

AMD Phenom 9600 BE

 

Biostar TA790GX A2+

 

2 gig ddr2 800mhz

 

WD 500g SATA HDD

 

HP SATA DVD

 

MSI Geforce VN210MD512 Video Card

 

 

 

 

 

Oh yeha if people have trobble installing with this board use a SATA DVD Drive and got to BIOS under chipset go to SB750 Option and select IDE->AHCI That fixed the still waiting for root device. I HAve my HDD on SATA Port 1 or 2 and DVD on port5. When I had HDD on port 6 it didnt work. I had that probelm for 3 days. Got SATA DVD and now i can boot to the ijnstaller every time with no problems. Use the Legecy kernel, AMD patch, THERE IS A CHIPSET FOR SB700 that works (ATIsomething) just read description. REALTEk R1000 Network. I used the SATA AHCI FIX And CMOS reset ELLIOT one. USB worked out of the box. Hope this helps somebody

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Oh yeha if people have trobble installing with this board use a SATA DVD Drive and got to BIOS under chipset go to SB750 Option and select IDE->AHCI That fixed the still waiting for root device.

 

You're suppose to do that anyway (setting your SATA config to AHCI)

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Yeah it's when it try to update apps with the system update. I'm not selecting the 10.6.6 update just apps. I just found out that I can install apps one buy one but the system update panics. I guess I don't need to update that way. Also i have been reading that the legacy kernel 10.6.6 is faster? What's faster? If I update to 10.6.6 will my OS be faster. Is it worth it. It took a lot of work to get where I'm at.

Also if there is problems to where I can't boot how do you use time machine to restore. I partitioned my hard drive and set up time machine to save to it. How do you access it if I have problems. That way I don't have to start all they way back at 10.6.2.

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