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Okay, so I've managed to get Leopard running in safe mode (-x). Before, if I tried booting normally with -v, I'd get a kernel panic related to "kernel_task". I went into the BIOS and disabled Legacy USB support and it can now boot straight into OSX with just -v. Only problem now is that when it does, it seems to boot into safe mode. ;)


To get it out of the way...


Gateway Laptop MT6452

AMD 64 Turion X2 1.6ghz


Seagate 120GB 5400RPM

ATi Xpress 1150


Now I don't know what to do? Is there a way to start enabling video, network, sound, etc drivers manually?


I'm pretty much stuck and don't know what else to do. How can I run OSX with Legacy USB enabled?


The panic description doesnt list any kexts that I could possible remove... just "kernel_task"...


Any additional info you guys need, please ask!




Zephyroth 10.5.2 (9.0.0 I think...)

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