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Hi guys, I need testers who have netbook with Intel Atom or Celeron Processor

I want to know, whether the kernel boots or not and If not, then upload an image with Details of what point the system gets stuck with information what bootloader do you use.

thx

10.11.6-IPCA.zip

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I would like to test but... My cheap tablet with ATOM Z3735G does not accept booting 64 bit efi, also if the cpu support x64 architecture.

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I would like to test but... My cheap tablet with ATOM Z3735G does not accept booting 64 bit efi, also if the cpu support x64 architecture.

 

But Windows 10 accepted?

No, there is another reason.

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But Windows 10 accepted?

No, there is another reason.

Yes, windows 10 accepted, but only 32 bit.

 

 

Inviato dal mio iPhone utilizzando Tapatalk

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i have a Acer ES1 431 with  Celeron N3160. i have tried all kernel i can found, but all boot failed.(10.9.x, 10.10.x, 10.11.2)

is there any kernel i can try?

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i try this patched kernel 10.11.6-IPCA.zip on my acer Aspire ES1-431 with Celeron N3160.

it boot failed and reboot. before reboot it just shows cpu information.
loader: Chameleon 2.3.r2839.Enoch
Kernel Flags: -v -f ncpi=3000 kext-dev-mode=1 rootless=0
Celeron N3160 CPUID:  406C4          (Celeron N3150 CPUID: 406C3) 
 
when using origin kernel it will panic: "tsc_init: EFI not supported\n"@/Users/patryk/kernel/xnu-....../osfmk/i386/tsc.c:211
 
no luck :(

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where do i place this kernel in my el capitan installer?

By default, the kernel belongs into S/L/Kernels

 

 

test and reports

the kernels should be now OK

10.11.6-IPCA.zip

10.11.6-IPCA-1.zip

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