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Post-Install Kernel Panic on intel DQ35JO board

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Hello everyone, and thanks for help.

 

I installed OSX Snow Leopard on the system listed in my signature using iAtkos SL3 V2. The install went smoothly, but upon restart i get a kernel panic as shown below:

 

http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk37/Emo_Lugia/photo_zps7de5afcc.jpg

(see picture)

 

I am completely clueless about how to procede. If anyone can, please help me, thanks.

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Sorry about the hard to read screenshot, (bad monitor + bad camera = terrible picture). I didn't select any usb fixes and the safeboot didn't work.

 

(to avoid another hard to read screen shot): http://pastebin.com/8wY3JFEt

 

This was the result of the bootflags: -x -v

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hello

 

only u remark .. if u graphics is the one in signature.. install snow leopard ???

 

i think it never work...

 

perhaps in 10.6.8 but i don't believe that ...

 

good hack

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artur-pt, would VESA be an option? So removing the graphics kext in single user mode.

From there Foxkeh can start experimenting with .8 or Lion perhaps?

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i was hoping to springboard off of SL to ML, only cause ML is a DMG not an iso.

 

**********************EDIT**********************

Should i install OSX but not have the graphics card for now, then experiment with adding it later?

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Hi!

 

Well, your card will work almost OOB with Mountain Lion, so i really don't see the point of installing Snow Leopard, other than upgrading to Mountain Lion. I'd install SL on a VM (Virtualbox will do), then prepare the installer, then install Mountain Lion to the HDD. But better would be use a Mac to create the installer: don't you have any friends that use Macs?

 

All the best!

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well, is there a way to prepare off an imac G5? i have one i am getting ready to get rid of, cause it is just too old..

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