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aryus

Impossible de boot l'installation de Snow leopard [RÉSOLU]

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Bonjour,

 

Depuis quelquetemps j'essaie d'installer Snow Leopard AMD/Intel by Hazard, quand je boot l'installe sa ne marche pas, sans rien écrire je tombe sur "Wainting for UDID.." indéfiniment

Puis, lorsque je tappe : -v -x arch=i386 cpus=1 busratio=20 ou 16

J'obitens une ligne de plus : ApplePS2Trackpad synaptics

Et la plus rien, j'ai beau attendre...

 

J'ai essayer avec Nawcom, j'ai eu un kernel panic, signalant qu'il ne trouvais pas APCI, j'ai essayer de tapper acpi=off, sa n'as pas fonctionner non plus..

 

A vrai dire je suis a cours d'idée la ...

Merci de bien vouloir m'aidez !

 

Toshiba A210

 

AMD dual core 1,79Ghz

2Go de RAM

carte mère : AMD SB600 ( pas sur )

Chipset graphique x1300

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