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Hello to the community, I had to open a thread due to an error that is making me becoming crazy.

I tried to install OS X on my AMD Toshiba Satellite L650D-101 (Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion) with every boot flag I know. The installation doesn't start, It freezes on a Kernel Panic "Unable to find driver for this platform "ACPI"... etcetera.

I tried iAtkos L2, iAntares 10.6.3, Retail 10.6, Retail 10.8.2, but each of these distros gives me that Kernel Panic.

My Toshiba's processor is an AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P320 2,10GHz.

It has 4GB of Ram and a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145.

All the post-installation comes after, the "only" problem for now is to get in the installation menu.

Thanks in advance


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I used -v -x -f (obviously!) than -legacy, busratio=xx, acpi=strict, npci=0x2000, EHCIacquire=Yes, UHCIreset=Yes, USBBusFix=Yes, PCIRootUID=0.

I tried them separately, then simultaneously...

Really, I've realized many Hackintosh for my friends, with great success, but when I have to make something interesting for me, I can't do that because there's an error, a strange error.

Thanks again.

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  • 2 weeks later...


I succefully installed Mac OS X Snow Leopard on this Toshiba!

I used Snow Leopard Retail DVD + ModCD (first boot with -x).

It has recognized everything, WebCam, Audio... But not the graphic card. It's an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145, any ideas?


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