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Beymen Bussines

Reboots after loading all kexts

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Hey guys i'm having a problem installing Lion 10.7 on a Desktop PC.


Problem/Issue: After loading all the kexts the screen goes black and reboots the system.


What i have:

mobo ASUS - P5PL2

cpu Intel Pentium 4 - 630

cpu alias Prescott-2M

cpu instruction set x86, x86-64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3

cpu clock 3 Ghz - 12 - 15x multiplier Hyperthreading Technology

ide controller Intel 82801GB/GR/GH

Chipset Intel Lakeport i945PL

Graphics ATI Radeon X300 SE (RV370)

Sound1 Analog Devices AD1986A @ Intel 82801GB ICH7 - HDA A1

Sound2 Creative SB Live! 5.1 (SB0060) Sound Card


Bios Settings

Ide Operation Mode= Enhanced Mode, S-ATA + P-ATA

Hyperthreading Mode = Enabled

Execute Disable Function = Disabled

Intel SpeedStep Technology = Automatic

Hyper Path 3 = Enabled

Plug & Play OS = YES

PCI Latency Timer = 64

ACPI 2.0 = YES

ACPI APIC = Enabled


My Setup Mode:

- Mac Os X Lion 10.7 Installer.app ( Appstore )

- Myhack Installer ( Sojugarden )


Created an USB-Stick with Myhack Installer. You can create a bootable USB Stick with Myhack.

Used the Generic Setup.


The problem is. When i startup from the USB Stick and select the Mac Os X Install... also with -x -f -v cpus=1

It loads all the kexts like normally.. and then it goes black and reboots... what can it be ?

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-v -f cpus=1 busratio=20 npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1


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May have to change that last.


I have discovered that I need to put in cpus=2 and PCIRootUID=0 with no npci=xxxxxx


How ever mine is an AMD processor and will be different from your intel model.

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