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[SL] Toshiba L770

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Hello guys!

 

I have this laptop system :

 

*Toshiba L770*

CPU : Core i5 2410M 2.30Ghz ( Sandy Bridge )

VGA : Nvidia GT525M

MEM : 8GB DDR3

 

 

I have tried to install iAtkos S3 with success, but after the instalation i cant go into Snow Leopard.

I try all the commands : cpus= / busratio= / -v / -s / -x with no success.

 

Anyone with a similar system can help me ? i will try to capture the -v so you can see where the boot hangs.

 

Thanks in advance!!

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No one can give me a little help to make this hackintosh run ? Tks :thumbsup_anim:

 

 

the screenshot is not that helpful..

 

"No SMBIOS replacement" .. haven't seen that error before. Is it from OSX or from the bootloader ?

 

Do you have fakesmc in /Extra/Extensions or in /System/Library/extensions ? It is needed.

 

Do you have a SMBIOS.plist in /etxra/extensions ? You need one that halfway matches your hardware or is so generic that it will allow OSX to boot on it. If in doubt try macPro3,1 - iMac11,1 or for Laptops MacBookPro5,1

 

If you simply can't boot to the desktop you should remove all graphic kexts from /System/Library/Extensions, in your case all NVDA*.kext and all GeForce*.kext - this will log you in at 1024x768 vesa mode .

 

To remove or add kexts you will need to that on the commandline. boot into single user ( root ) mode :

 

arch=i386 ( or arch=x86_x64) -v -s

 

to force safe mode altogether : add the -x flag

 

then

 

/sbin/mount -uw /

and remove the troublesome kexts with :

 

rm -R Example_name.kext /System/Library/Extensions

 

and reboot

 

shutdown -r now

 

then reboot with the -f parameter, this loads the kexts new and skips using any caches left behind .

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Smartie77, thanks for your answer.

 

I have installed the iAtkos S3, and in costumize i haven't choose any options, i unticked all options.

 

For this hardware what is the installer options that i need to select in iAtkos costumize screen ? :

 

- Intel Core i5 2410m ( Sandybridge)

- 8Gb DDR3 1333Mhz

- 640Gb 7200 rpm

- Nvidia GT 525M 1Gb DDR3

 

 

I think that my problem is because i dont have choose any driver in installation.

 

Thanks in advance.

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