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Hi everybody! :)

 

I'd like to install iAtkos L2 on my Asus EeePC 1101HA.

So I've downloaded the .dmg of iAtkos and I've copied it into my USB Pen Drive with Disk Utility using another Mac. If I boot from the USB, nothing happens: I see only an "endless" blinking dash. :|

Suggestions?

 

Thanks in advance :)

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If someone could point out a "how to" I would like to know this for my 1001HA too.

Of course Lion would have to be forced into 32bit mode, as the N270 lacks support for 64bit.

QE/CI will be an issue as well with the GMA945.

It may be pretty pointless too, to run Lion on such low end cpu, but maybe fun to have it on a backup drive...

My first thought for installation would have been [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], but I may be mistaken.

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I've upgraded it last week :(

The problem is that if I try to install Lion (I've made a Bootable USB), I get this error: "UHCI controller [8086:8114] at 00:id:0 base 5c4(b881)". So I think it's because I can't use the AHCI Mode..

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Sorry, but, first of all, is there a way to set S-ATA to AHCI on my EeePC 1101HA?

I can't find nothing to do this in the BIOS. :|

 

1101HA does not have an ahci option in bios. As for the UHCI error, I am preparing to install on the same netbook right now, I will let you know if the same happens to me. On a side note, in a snow leopard installation on the same netbook I managed to bypass the uhci issue by closing the usb 2.0 from the bios. Seems it didn't like the onboard card reader much. Another thing you can try in Lion is using arch=i386 mach_atom

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