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Unable to launch iAtkos L2 installation

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Hello,

 

I'm trying to install iAtkos L2 on my computer with an Intel Core i3 2100 Sandy Bridge (x64) on a Gigabyte GA-H67M-D2 (Intel H67 chipset and 1155 socket). When I launch the installation with -v mode, the computer always restarts after "Starting Darwin X86", before displaying the Apple logo.

 

What is causing this issue ? How can I fix it ?

 

Thanks !

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I can't pass if i set -f

 

so try

 

busratio=20

 

or write down your config in your sig. to further analysis.

 

edit :

 

Try burning with Imgburn with 2x speed

 

Transmac did't work for me too.

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What is setting the busratio ? My Intel Core is 3.2gHz so the busratio needs to be 32 ? I will try with 20, 30 or 2 edit : didn't worked at all, same problem.

 

I will try to run Everest to have a complete report of my system but last time I used it, I'd got a BSOD and my BIOS sayed me that the FSB has changed oO

 

edit : I've tried Transmac : 0x0 EBIOS Read Error and 0xdeadbeef. I've tried ImgBurn : Worked. => Transmac is ****.

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I have the same problem. I,m sure the problem is not the way to burn dvd, it works on some other laptops ... just my presario c792em

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What do you thing about memory, I just have 1G ... ?!?

Same problem with all distros and retail ....

 

I have the same problem. I,m sure the problem is not the way to burn dvd, it works on some other laptops ... just my presario c792em

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