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sometimes kernel panic on boot after HD cloning

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Hi to all.

 

I have succeffuly installed snow leopard on asus motherboard p8h61-m le , with an Intel Core i5 2,99 GHz and 8gb of ram.

 

The system was installed the first time on an old sata1 hard disk, but yesterday I have cloned to a new one hd SATA 3.

 

I have done the cloning with disk utility original snow leopard dvd booting with ######,

after the clone, the first boot was made with ######.

 

After the first boot I have newly installed the chimera bootloader and the system was started correctly without ###### , and from the installed bootloader.

 

But now, sometimes, only when the system start, in the boot procedure or first of the user login, the system go in kernel panic,

but after the login it works wonderful without problems.

 

What can be the problem?

 

The motherboard software of the asus p8h61-m le, was patched with the relative firmware here http://bios4asus.blogspot.it/

 

I want to specify that I not have created any Dstd file at the boot.

 

 

Can be an incompatibilities of the bios with the HD chipset?

 

Any help / idea about this problem?

 

Thanks to all for the attention.

 

Nome processore: Intel Core i5
 Velocità processore: 2,99 GHz
 Numero di processori: 1
 Numero totale di nuclei: 4
 Cache L2 (per nucleo): 256 KB
 Cache L3: 6 MB
 Memoria: 8 GB
 Velocità bus: 400 MHz
 Versione Boot ROM: ######
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Intel 6 Series Chipset:
 Fornitore: Intel
 Prodotto: 6 Series Chipset
 Velocità di connessione: 3 Gigabit
 Descrizione: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported
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GeForce 8800 GTS 512:
 Modello Chipset: GeForce 8800 GTS 512
 Tipo: GPU
 Bus: PCIe
 Slot: Slot-1
 Larghezza Lane PCIe: x16
 VRAM (totale): 512 MB
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