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OS X Lion in a Asus Formula V (990FX) + AMD 1090t?

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Hey there. I already tried to install several OS X distro and version on my machine but most of the time I get stuck in ´AppleUSBOHCI' message even if all HDs are set to AHCI mode.


So my questions are:

1- Which distros/versions are compatible with my system?

2- Which boot flags to use?


Here´s my PC config:

Motherboard: Asus Crosshair Formula V

Chipset: AMD 990FX

Processor: AMD Phenom II Black 1090t

RAM: 4x4Gb Corsair Vengeance 1333

VGA: nVidia GT460GT

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I deleted the other topic, no need for double posting.

We're all eager to get our systems working, but it takes time.


Which OS X distros and versions did you try already?

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Sorry. I posted it again because since I got no answer here I thought it could be impossible or something.


I tried Snow Leopard 10.6.3 Retail, 10.6 Retail 10A432, 10.6.1 10.6.2-SSE2-SSE3-Intel-AMD, 10.6.6i by Hazard, 10.6 iATKOS s3 V2, Nirash, OSX 10.7.3 V2, OSX 10.6 SnowLeo and Niresh 10.8.

To tell you the truth I rarely use the same flags, which usually are "Kernel Cache"=\amd, arch=i386, busratio=16 -x -v

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