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Sounds like a double kernel panic. What is your hardware ?





HP Laptop DV9230US 1.66 GHz Core2Duo 2GB DDR2 RAM F27 BIOS w/Bluedragon1971 whitelist patch to allow booting with non-stock mini-PCIE wireless card

Dell 1490 (Broadcom) mini-PCIE Wireless

HP XB3000 Dock with 500GB SATA drive (USB-connected) formatted FAT32, reads & writes in both Vista & OSX.

2X 250GB (2X 233GB Formatted) WD SATA WD2500BEVS Hard Drives (run quiet and cool)

Vista Ultimate on first HDD, formatted NTFS

OSX86 10.4.10 (Uphuck 10.4.9 1.4ir3 followed by KoolKal 10.4.10 updater) on second HDD, formatted HFS+ & MBR

Darwin Kernel 8.10.1: Wed May 23 16:33:00 PDT 2007; Sochi2014:VoteForUs/RELEASE_I386

EasyBCD BootLoader


XBench 1.3: 109.19

Working in OSX: Sleep; Dual widescreen monitors (Internal @ 1440 by 900 & external Dell 2405FPW 24" LCD DVI @ 1920 by 1200) both w/QE/CI/Rotation, iLife08, iWork08, Built-in speakers, Camera/PhotoBooth, Sonix WebCam Monitor, Wireless

Not working in OSX: Sound in/out other than built-in speakers (Conexant), card reader

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i have sse 3


i have a p4 2.8 ghz 775

gigabyte ga-8I848P775-G

1 Gig DDR2

ATI raedon x1050


thats the basics of what I have

what is a double kernel panic?


Basically it is a kernel panic that occurs after a kernel panic is already underway. A little more info at: <http://lists.apple.com/archives/Darwin-drivers/2007/Sep/msg00005.html>.


I don't know anything about your particular motherboard, but the initial troubleshooting typically is to try a safe boot with verbose reporting (hit F8 upon startup and add -x & -v parameters).

This MAY give some more info as to where the problem(s) are.


G :)

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