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iAtkos and "you need to restart your computer" error


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i have installed iAtkos and i get "you need to restart your computer" error after first boot.


I foloved installation steps, but to be sure:

i repartitioned hdd in partition ulitility to have only one drive vic mac jourlal filesystem and i named it macos

run darvin boot utiliti, started it, choosed 1 as HDD and 1 as partition (i have only one HDD) and choosed to not install EFI emulation

then i installed macos and in configuration i selected to add intel 100 VE drivers (i'm trying it on dell optiplex gx280)

started installation

started gparted

set partition flag boot

reboot from HDD



and when i try to boot with -v

it ends up with panic error and hugs on line

Kernel version:

Darwin Kernel Version 9.1.0: Fri Nov 16 14:50L43 SCT 2007; made by ToH:xnu-1228.0.1~1/BUILD/obj/RELEASE_I386

error is

panic(cpu 0 caller 0x001A8387): Kernel trap at 0x1155392c, type 14=page fault, registers

registers list

Error code: 0x00000003


then debuger is called

and ends tracing at






BTW dell optiplex gx280 config is:

pentiun 4 HT


som IDE HDD (40GB+)


integrated intel pro 100VE network card

integrated intel graphics (probably extre graphics 2)

integrated soundcard (i think that it is analog devices ac97 codec, but i'm not 100% sure about codec producer)


chipset is probably intel 945ge or something old like that

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Hmm now, forgive me my totaly newbie question, but where can i find something like device manager to see if i have my soundcar, graphics card and network card installed corectly


network card is probably not, case i can't connect, even if i included network drivers in installation, but maybe i need some patch or something.


Currently im most currious about graphics card - minimalisation animation is sometime slow and moving windows is sometimes too not exacly aero like smooth. But maybe this old graphics card is too slow for it? So i want to somehow check if it installed correctly.

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