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kernel panic upon booting the hacked 9a499 dvd

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i get a panic when i just boot the osx dvd.:

panic(cpu 0 caller 0x004c5277): "vm_page_set_colors"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1155.2/osfmk/vm/vm_resident.c:354Debugger called: <panic>Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)0x108ea4 : 0x12b06c (0x44f884 0x108ec8 0x132ff4 0x0)0x108ee4 : 0x4c5277 (0x453920 0x108ec8 0x132ff4 0x132fab)0x108f14 : 0x4c4a0b (0x108f38 0x108f34 0x108f44 0x4c420d)0x108f44 : 0x4c4272 (0x450a84 0x4944f8 0x108f74 0x4c472f)0x108fa4 : 0x19a6cc (0x1 0x684000 0x0 0x684000)0x108ff4 : 0x19ede4 (0x684000 0x8f0000 0x103000 0x909090)Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0BSD process name corresponding to current thread: UnknownMac OS version:Not yet setKernel version:Darwin Kernel Version 9.0.0b4: Wed Jul 18 23:23:23 PDT 2007; EvilSith:1155.2~1/RELEASE_I386

really odd thing is i originally installed it fine, then i tried adding the audio kexts (they didn't install right) from 10.4.9 and then i got this panic on boot and couldn't do anything about it so i tried booting the dvd again and then i got the same panic. quite odd because that means it's my computer not the dvd. so just in case it was something on the hard drive (since that's what i changed first) i went and reformatted it. still panicking. i'm thinking maybe it's my memory?EDIT: forgot my specs: dell dimension 4600 (spawn of satan) 1.5 gbram, 80 gig hdd, 250 gig hdd, 2.93 ghz socket 478 cel. d w/ sse3

nevermind. i fixed it. booted hiren's boot cd (best recovery cd i've ever seen. it's on the green demon if anyone wants it) and blanked my cmos (i was having some bios errors screwing up etc before too) and now it boots fine

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i get a panic when i just boot the osx dvd.:
panic(cpu 0 caller 0x004c5277): "vm_page_set_colors"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1155.2/osfmk/vm/vm_resident.c:354Debugger called: <panic>Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)0x108ea4 : 0x12b06c (0x44f884 0x108ec8 0x132ff4 0x0)0x108ee4 : 0x4c5277 (0x453920 0x108ec8 0x132ff4 0x132fab)0x108f14 : 0x4c4a0b (0x108f38 0x108f34 0x108f44 0x4c420d)0x108f44 : 0x4c4272 (0x450a84 0x4944f8 0x108f74 0x4c472f)0x108fa4 : 0x19a6cc (0x1 0x684000 0x0 0x684000)0x108ff4 : 0x19ede4 (0x684000 0x8f0000 0x103000 0x909090)Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0BSD process name corresponding to current thread: UnknownMac OS version:Not yet setKernel version:Darwin Kernel Version 9.0.0b4: Wed Jul 18 23:23:23 PDT 2007; EvilSith:1155.2~1/RELEASE_I386

really odd thing is i originally installed it fine, then i tried adding the audio kexts (they didn't install right) from 10.4.9 and then i got this panic on boot and couldn't do anything about it so i tried booting the dvd again and then i got the same panic. quite odd because that means it's my computer not the dvd. so just in case it was something on the hard drive (since that's what i changed first) i went and reformatted it. still panicking. i'm thinking maybe it's my memory?EDIT: forgot my specs: dell dimension 4600 (spawn of satan) 1.5 gbram, 80 gig hdd, 250 gig hdd, 2.93 ghz socket 478 cel. d w/ sse3

nevermind. i fixed it. booted hiren's boot cd (best recovery cd i've ever seen. it's on the green demon if anyone wants it) and blanked my cmos (i was having some bios errors screwing up etc before too) and now it boots fine

 

 

wow ur the only person ive found thats fixed this! ive had this problem for ages and no one else knew how to figure it out. i had a look at hirens cd, how does it work? this problem is getting really frustrating

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