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Chillout Mark

SL 10.6.7 on Toshiba Satellite A660-1ER

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I have installed OS X 10.6.3 (original) on my laptop, which has:

- Core i5 460M

- 4 GB RAM

- nVidia GeForce GT 330M 1 GB RAM video card

- Intel HM55 south bridge chipset


The only way I was able to boot both an installation and OS after install was having a PCIRootUID=1 -f flags passed - this ran SL using Intel HD Graphics from CPU in Vesa mode. Then I installed 10.6.7 update (dl from Apple's website) and... I didn't get to the desktop, no flags were able to help. Can anyone advice me how can I run the Intel graphics again so to be able to install bootloader, configure graphics card, etc.?


Thanks in advance



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If this topic is still kept watched (I used search engine to find any topics regarding my chipset and found this one and am willing to help :) ).


You might give a new SL installation + combo 10.6.7 + [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] a shot, check tonymacx86.com for more info.


Hope this helps

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