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    Default [Installation Support] Leopard on X200 chipset.

    I would like to install Leopard no matter 10.5.1 or 10.5.2

    I have tried with Kalaway 10.5.1 with no luck.

    always got error : waiting for root device.

    Do you know which distribution that I should choose for install?
    Kalaway/Leo4all/Zephyroth?

    Here is my system.

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    My System: Compaq Presario V2428AU
    CPU : Mobile AMD Turion 64 ML-32 1800 Mhz
    Motherboad Chipset: ATI Radeon Xpress 200M, AMD Hammer
    North Bridge: ATI RS480M
    South Bridge: ATI SB400
    RAM: 256MB & 512MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM
    Video Apater: ATI Radeon Xpress 200M (128 MB)



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    Leo4all works (not v2), but it's sloooooowwww so unless you're going to modify the kexts, be patient and open the installer log so you can see the progress. Last time I installed it, it took around 3 hrs.

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    I'm getting this error while using the latest kalyway -
    "Still waiting for root device"

    Any suggestion/help would be great!

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    If you have the x200 chipset, then as far as I know, you'll need to modify Extensions.mkext on the Kalyway disk with the ati sb kext. The problem is your drive/s is/are not communicating. The Leo4all disk works for the ati sb400/sb450 computers, but tends to load the via driver -- it works, but it works slow. Post installation, you'll need to delete any instances of AppleGenericPCATA.kext in /System/Library/Extensions. It may also appear in the IOATAFamily.kext (in /Contents/Plugins/). After deleting them, add scouse's ati sb driver or zappadocs (search insanelymac.com) and repair permissions/ownership.

 

 

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