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Good morning people,

I have HP Pavilion G7 1239sg i3 2330m,Radeon HD6470M + HD3000, 4GB RAM 1333Mhz , my problem is when i starting to install a latest iATKOS distro or any other im geting panic.



local APIC error , ESR:64\n"@/sourceCache/xnu/xnu-2050.18.24/osfmk/i386/lapic_native.c715


cpu was seted "1"

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you need Lapic kernel for HP Users, change the kernel in your USBInstaller, or you can try boot with this flag: -f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1 npci=0x2000



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i done installation with command which ignores panic, and sadenly im already forgot it :(

it was starting like pm....=0

but after restart im stacks when its trying to load bluetooth devices which i doesnt even have


does anyone know this command to ignore panic?

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Also, have your tried the retail install? Distros are notoriously hard to deal with as they may or may not be set-up for your hardware needs. Retail is always a better option.

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solved !!!!

1st: changed kernel in distro

2nd: -v -x -f pmVersion=0 so i could proceed the installation.

Thats all folks.

trackpad working

camera working

usb working

soundcard working

Wi Fi doesnt

Ethernet doesnt

i dont tested yet HDMI and the second grafik card, resolution its too low even if i choosed 1600x900 and lower...

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so its becomes even worst, now i cant install nothing except Windows.

i changed USBs , HDDs now it doesnt want to boot from anywhere not from DVD not from USB not from HDD.

option 1: when its tryin to boot i gettin message that mac have to restart without installation

option 2: changed media booting from DVD after i press enter the screen stays black

option 3: before i wiped all USBs and HDD says cant find mach_kernel even when i re installed it few times.

any idea ppl?


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