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(Ajuda) Still waiting for root device

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Eu havia feito o download do Mac os X 10.7.3 V2 Niresh12495 gravei o arquivo .iso em um DVD

fiz o boot apertei a tecla "F8" e digitei o comando:

"Kernel Cache"=\amd arch=i386 -v


Então apareceu esta tela tela.



Depois eu tentei sem o comando "-v" e apareceu



Eu li uma coisa sobre este erro e disseram que eu teria que alterar na BIOS o sistema SATA para o modo AHCI.

Tentei mudar, mas na minha mainboard não era possivel. Eu até mesmo atualizei a BIOS, mas nada mudou


Se puderem tentar me ajudar desde já eu agradeço.


minhas configurações:


HP Pavilion p6645br


Processador: AMD Phenom II X4 830 AM3

RAM: 2x 2048 DDR3

Chipset: nForce MCP61

Placa video: ATI Radeon HD5450 GDDR3

HD: Weastern Digital Caviar Green 1TB SATA II

Mainboard: Pegatron 2A99 (Asus M2N68-LA Narra6)

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esse é um assunto muito experimental, e com bastante falhas.. sei pouco sobre isso


snow leopard 10.6.3 retail + nawcom mod cd , trabalha razoavelmente.


sobre lion




bom hack

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Eu fiz o download do Nawcom ModCD 0.3.2 e usei o DVD de um amigo, digitei "rd(0,0)/Extra/modbin_kernel"


apareceu o seguinte erro:

"System uptime in nanoseconds: 2439213864"

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