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Lion installation via USB stick using Chameleon


MaLd0n
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i think that it is showing the bluetooth usb the one that i m using with magic mouse ...... its a generic one coast like 1.5$

 

the usb info i think its bluetooth and i m using it in front usb ports because of range problem

send me ioreg output

ioreg -fl

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send me ioreg output

 

 

u talking about this?

 

 

usage: ioreg [-bfilrsStx] [-c class] [-d depth] [-k key] [-n name] [-p plane] [-w width]

where options are:

-b show object name in bold

-c list properties of objects with the given class

-d limit tree to the given depth

-f enable smart formatting

-i show object inheritance

-k list properties of objects with the given key

-l list properties of all objects

-n list properties of objects with the given name

-p traverse registry over the given plane (IOService is default)

-r show subtrees rooted by the given criteria

-s show object state (eg. busy state, retain count)

-S don't show object state (eg. busy state, retain count)

-t show location of each substree

-w clip output to the given line width (0 is unlimited)

-x show data and numbers as hexadecimal

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ok i put into extra folder ..... it went into without kernel panic screen ... the screen just went off but it didnt wake i have to restart pc

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I have no idea

Sorry

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mate just a quick ques that i m not able to see qui interface on booting screen where i choose my hdd to boot into lion i just saw black screen to slect to choose drive that ok with but qui looks cool :)

 

Select Theme

 

Thx MaLd0n, worked perfectly.

1st time I formatted the USB stick in GUID and it stopped while booting but then I redone it in MBR and all went smooth.

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Thank you very much, Maldon. One question: in profile-contained system-hardware-ATA "This computer does not contain any ATA device. If you installed any ATA device, make sure it is connected and activated. Why?

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Thank you very much, Maldon. One question: in profile-contained system-hardware-ATA "This computer does not contain any ATA device. If you installed any ATA device, make sure it is connected and activated. Why?

ATA = IDE(Integrated Drive Electronics) PATA(Parallel ATA)

Serial ATA = SATA

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