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iATKOS ML2 (Mountain Lion) kernel panic on Redfox OPTIMA RN14 - 300iW

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I just installed iATKOS ML2 using standard settings for these specifications, but I have no idea on which to choose. Moreover, some hardware components do not have drivers from the iATKOS installer, so I still need to download them (esp. for Intel HD Graphics). I was wondering which to check when installing, what kexts to install, and how to install them. I already checked a lot of forums and it seems this laptop is quite rare (since it's made in the Philippines), therefore the drivers should be downloaded manually. Here are the specifications:



Intel Core i3 Processor 370M 2.4GHz, 3MB Smart Cache

Genuine Windows 7 Professional

14.0" LED Backlit, 1366*768 (16:9)

Mobile Intel Express HM55


More specific:

Intel Core i3 Processor 370M 2.4GHz, 3MB Smart Cache

2GB DDR3 (2 x SO-DIMM slot) Support up to 4GB with dual channel

Chipset Mobile Intel Express HM55

Intel HD Graphics

160GB 7200 RPM SATA

Super Multi DVD-RW

Realtek HD Audio

LAN Wireless 802.11 B/G/N 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet

Display 14.0 LED Backlit, 1366*768 (16:9)

Keyboard US Standard Supported

I/O Ports Mic-in x1, Headphone-out x1, RJ-45 x1,

USB 2.0 x2, DC-in x1, USB & eSATA Combo port x1,

HDMI port x1, VGA (15Pin) x1

Card Reader 4-in-1 (SD/XD/MS/MS Pro)


Attached is the screenshot of the verbose boot of the OS.


P.S. - I found a forum topic where Intel HD Graphics worked.



I just don't know how to install the kext. Hope someone helps. Thanks a lot! I'll keep researching about this for now.


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