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tobiask

Problem with Hackintosh

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Hey, i want to install OS X 10.6 via EasyEFI, but i have a problem: When i boot the OS X Install Disk, i can see the Grey apple boot Screen but it doesn't load ? i turned off SpeedStep and enabled AHCI, and HPET doesn't have a Option in the BIOS to deactivate. What can i do? My PC: Intel C2D E8500, 2GB RAM, Nvidia 8400GS,500GB HDD, ASUS P5Q Sorry for my English. ;-)

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OK, try: -v -x npci=0x2000

 

-x is for Safe Mode. Sometimes the hang at PCI Configuration is about video drivers. Safe Mode should disable the video drivers.

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[PCI Configuration begin] started to show up with 10.6.7 and 10.6.8. EasyEFI was created with 10.6 in mind and Nawcom's ModCD was created with 10.6.3 in mind and 10.6.3 is what most people use when using a boot cd.

 

An alternative is to go get the iAtkos s3v2 distro or go find a retail version of 10.6.3.

 

Or go study up on the ##### system

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but i have a new error: it says that the program couldn't read the DVD and i have to clean it. But the DVD is absolutely clean....

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