--- Generation of Apple TV Patchstick --- Created by Marook. Thanks to: MacTijn, Alan_Quatermain & ericIII ----------------------------------------- Are you sure you want to partition disk /dev/disk0? [yes|no]yes
Partitioning /dev/disk0: Started partitioning on disk disk0
Creating Partition Map 5% ..Formatting Disk
10% ..Formatting Disk
100% .. Finished partitioning on disk disk0 /dev/disk0
#: type name size identifier
0: GUID_partition_scheme *983.0 MB disk0
1: Apple_HFS Patchstick-root 80.0 MB disk0s1
2: Apple_HFS Patchstick 903.0 MB disk0s2
Patitions done.
Creating System folders...
Copying System Extentions...
cp: /System/Library/Extensions/GeForce.kext: No such file or directory cp: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext: No such file or directory
Copying System files...
cp: root/mach_kernel: No such file or directory
cp: root/com.apple.Boot.plist: No such file or directory
cp: root/Info.plist: No such file or directory
cp: root/launchd: No such file or directory
chmod: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/sbin/launchd: No such file or directory
Adding Kerberos...
Copying Patchstick files... cp: Patchstick/*: No such file or directory - Perian not found in /Library/QuickTime. Skipping...
Changing Patchstick-root to Apple TV Mode...
Disk /dev/disk0 unmounted
gpt remove: /dev/disk0: 1 partition(s) removed
Disk /dev/disk0 unmounted
Disk /dev/disk0 unmounted
Your disk /dev/disk0 is now unmounted and ready to patch your AppleTV. Enjoy... :-)

ok I tried to clean that up a bit... But here is my question.... I have Mac 10.4.8 running on an AMD Hp Pabilion DV 6000z using the JaS AMD Intel SSE2 SSE3 patch... anyways I know that that is the wrong when it comes to making a patchstick on my 1gig USB stick but I don't know why or how it is wrong...? Could it mean that my laptop doesn't get the necessary files when installing the AMD JaS Patch? or could it mean I have missing files where they should be inorder to partition and install PatchStick.... Maybe I should have gotten an Intel Laptop lol... or better yet a Mac laptop.... Am new at doing these sort of things so bare with me

Any help I'd appreciate it!
Jake