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OSx86 Boot Crash (Solved)


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Hello to All, (That's my first Post in this Forum =D)

I Installed OSx86 Sucefully on my Second Partition (15 Gigabyte)

I was very Happy that the Installation works everything 100% Perfect...

But now i have a Problem with the Mac OS X...

I Try to Boot Normally, and when the Text Part finishes,

i get a Black Screen and the PC is Rebooting...

I Don't Know what i have doing Wrong =(

I Tried it with the Command: -v, but it makes totally the Same, no time to read the Error...

 

Here are my System Preferences:

Motherboard: ASUS P5S800-VM (Actuall Flashed)

CPU: Pentium 4 HT 3.0 GHZ

Graphicsadapter: Radeon 9000 SE

RAM: 786 MB DDR RAM

Soundcard: SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS

Mouse: Razer Copperhead (USB)

Keyboard: PS/2 Logitech Media Keyboard

 

Need Something More to Know?

Please Help me, i am Frustrated =(

 

Greetz -Darkness-

 

PS: Sorry for my bad English, i am German...

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You cannot select all of the packages. When you click the Customize button, you then must click the little arrow next to the patches category. There you must select only Intel packages, not AMD. You must also select SSE2 or SSE3, not both, depending upon the capability of your processor. Do not select packages if they do not apply to your computer.

 

http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?act...ost&id=4249

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You cannot select all of the packages. When you click the Customize button, you then must click the little arrow next to the patches category. There you must select only Intel packages, not AMD. You must also select SSE2 or SSE3, not both, depending upon the capability of your processor. Do not select packages if they do not apply to your computer.

 

http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?act...ost&id=4249

Thank you very much, i go to try it =D

I Write Back here if it works...

Finally a good Hope =)

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