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Snow Leopard on HP NC6220


JackTaylor101
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Hi,

 

I Have a HP NC6220 and are currently running iDeneb 10.5.8 Flawlessly with QE.

 

However, I am trying to install Snow Leopard on its Second Partition, and when I boot up (-v) it loads up to BSD Root disk0s2 ......

 

And it freezes at this point.

 

Is it because of the Voodoo 10.5.8 Kernel I'm using with it,

If I use the Modbin or Legacy Kernel it either gives a kernel panic or it gives me a different kernel panic that says (along the lines of) could not find ACPIExpertPlatform.....

 

So I was wondering wether anyone may know what is wrong with it,

Oh by the way, I've tried copying the extensions from my 10.5.8 install to 10.6 Install, It just gets stuck on BSD Root disk0s2....

 

Here is my System Profiler report:-

 

Hardware Overview:

 

Model Name: Mac

Model Identifier: MacPro3,1

Processor Name: Intel® Pentium® M processor

Processor Speed: 1.73 GHz

Total Number Of Cores: 1

L2 Cache: 2 MB

CPU Features: FPU VME DE PSE TSC MSR PAE MCE CX8 APIC SEP MTRR PGE MCA CMOV PAT CLFSH DS ACPI MMX

FXSR SSE SSE2 SS TM EST TM2

Memory: 1 GB

Bus Speed: 533 MHz

Boot ROM Version: MP11.88Z.005C.B08.0707251237 (Apple Computer, Inc.)

Serial Number: CK034KMHK5B

 

ATA Bus:-

 

HTS541040G9AT00 (Hard Drive):-

 

Capacity: 37.26 GB

Model: HTS541040G9AT00

Revision: MB2OA60A

Serial Number: MPB2LAX2CYENSG

Removable Media: No

Detachable Drive: No

BSD Name: disk0

Protocol: ATA

Unit Number: 0

Socket Type: Internal

Low Power Polling: No

Mac OS 9 Drivers: No

Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)

S.M.A.R.T. status: Verified

Volumes:

 

Mac OS X ( 10.6):-

Capacity: 16.01 GB

Available: 7.23 GB

Writable: Yes

File System: Journaled HFS+

BSD Name: disk0s2

Mount Point: /Volumes/Mac OS X

 

Macintosh HD (10.5.8):-

Capacity: 20.8 GB

Available: 4.81 GB

Writable: Yes

File System: Journaled HFS+

BSD Name: disk0s3

Mount Point: /

 

Thanks in advance,

 

 

Jack

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