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ElliottG

Installing OSX...computer restarts before installer

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Hey guys

 

I'm following this guide and am having some problems.

 

My specs are:

  • Gigabyte GA-880G-UD3H
  • AMD Phenom X4 955 BE
  • 4gb RAM
  • IDE DVD drive
  • Brand new 500gb SATA HDD
  • AMD 6870

Okay so I have tried installing OSX using two methods. 1) modCD with OSX install DVD, 2) Hazard's AMD Intel ISO. Here's the results...computer always restarts @ Extentions.mkext!

 

I am able to get to the screen where it asks if i want to hit F8 to enter boot flags or just start. I have tried boot flags such as "legacy_kernel", "-v", "-x".

 

UPDATE: I finally got Hazard's distro to boot on VirtualBox using busratio=18. I then tried to do this on my actual computer and the screen always gets stuck at this, no matter what boot flags are inputted.

 

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As you can see, both methods are failing at loading Extensions.mkext! Here's another pic on the exact one that it fails on using modCD and OSX install DVD...

 

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Any idea how to get around this? I've tried every boot flag I can think of...even at the same time: "-f -x -v graphicsenabler=no busratio=18 cpus=1", and still restarts...

 

Thanks,

Elliott

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I actually noticed that it will say "Starting Darwin x86", and then it reboots!...

 

I have also tried with IPC's distro...still same problem.

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Same problem. Phenom x4 955 black with GA-870a-usb3L 4 GB DDR3

Tried using iatkos s3. Nawcom mod cd. Chameleon RC5. All suffer same problem.

Tried all permutations of boot flags. No joy.

Likewise. Advice anyone with success ?

Thanks

 

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