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Problems Installing Leopard onto Toshiba A105-S4134


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Hi, I've been lurking for a while, and was able to use the Leopard Perfect Install guide to set up a successful hackintosh desktop, and I decided to try and it do it on a laptop.


I have a Toshiba Satellite A105-S4134. It has a 1.83GHZ C2D, 2GB DDR2 RAM (gonna up it to 4 tommorrow), a 120GB SATA Hard Drive, DVD-RW and intel 945 video (shared 8mb video).


I've been able to successfuly instal Kalyways 10.5.2 and used the Brazilmac method mentioned in the Leopard Perfect Install. Both successfull formated and Installed, but when I try to boot of the hard drive, after the grey apple logo, it goes to a solid blue screen with no cursor and sort of hangs there. Eventually if I let it sit long enough it goes into standby, and when I wake it up, its still a blue screen.


i've tried searching the forums, but I haven't been able to find much other than a short paragraph on the wiki saying what works under 10.5.1 or something.

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