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Problem after instalation iDeneb, help

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Hello, i have problem with my pc and hackintosh. I have desktop pc with this configuration:


Amd Phenom II x4 840 3,2Ghz - CPU

K9N6PGM2-V2 - Motherboard

DDR2 800Mhz 4Gb - RAM

GTX260 896Mb DDR3 - Graphic , or i can use my older 9500GT 512Mb ddr3 , i dont wanna to play games or have dual boot for some time :) so i will have that graphic for working Mac os X

HDD 80Gb Sata



And here is my problem. I read many forums and topics about hackintosh and my motherboard but here is results for most of versions, so read.


Kallyway 10.5.2 AMD/Intel - result: Restarted pc when dvd boot

iPC 10.5.6 AMD/Intel - result: Restarted pc when dvd boot / but with "-v -x busratio=20 cpus=1" it boot but only write "still waiting for a root device"

Snow Leopard 10.6.2. Distro AMD/Intel - result: Restarted pc when dvd boot

iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 - result: Installed succefully but after install it not boot, only write "AppleNforceAta found 0" or "still waiting for a root device" i tried many solutions like a rd=disk or arch, platform, -x -f -s -v and more... nothing


Sorry for my bad english. And for information my motherboard dont have in bios AHCI but only IDE/RAID.

Thanks for help, i want only hackintosh and it can be 10.5 or 10.6 but i want it work! Help me and thank you! :)

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I recommend retail install because it's more legal and less patches and unnecessary nonsense, just a recommendation :D... But to fix your actual issue, after all of the other kernel flags you typed, type rd=disk0 or rd=disk1 if the first one doesn't work.. Hope that helps :D

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