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10.5 and 10.6 Kernel Panic


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I am trying to install mac on a desktop and I keep getting kernel panics with 10.5 and 10.6. I was trying to install iATKOS. I tried deselecting drivers and always end up with kernel panics. This is very strange since I can install 10.6 on my laptop with lower specs.

 

The desktop specs are:

 

Evga nforce 680i sli motherboard

 

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6 Ghz

 

4 gig DDR2 ram (1gb x 4)

 

2 of Nvidia GeForce 7900 video cards

 

There is no selection for AHCI in the bios. I can provide the kernel panic images if that will help.

 

Does anyone know what I have to do in order to successfully install mac with my specs?

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I am trying to install mac on a desktop and I keep getting kernel panics with 10.5 and 10.6. I was trying to install iATKOS. I tried deselecting drivers and always end up with kernel panics. This is very strange since I can install 10.6 on my laptop with lower specs.

 

The desktop specs are:

 

Evga nforce 680i sli motherboard

 

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6 Ghz

 

4 gig DDR2 ram (1gb x 4)

 

2 of Nvidia GeForce 7900 video cards

 

There is no selection for AHCI in the bios. I can provide the kernel panic images if that will help.

 

Does anyone know what I have to do in order to successfully install mac with my specs?

 

Set up your BIOS correctly according to my BIOS template for 680i downloadable from post #1 of my nForce Pre-Series 7 topic here....and for Snow Leopard, see my Retail OS X Install Guide here.........

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