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After several days trying to boot to Leopard without success, I wanted to ...
[Kalyway] 10.5.1 on Asus P5W DH DELUXE - Error
After several days trying to boot to Leopard without success, I wanted to ask for help in this forum.
Here are my specs:
Asus P5W DH Deluxe Motherboard - 2602 BIOS.
2 GB of Corsair Dominator RAM.
250 GB Sata Hard Drive.
Pioneer DVD Drive - IDE (Connected to Intel controller on Asus motherboard).
ATI Radeon X1650 Pro PciE video card.
I installed Kalyway 10.5.1 SSE2 SSE3 DVD from my DVD Drive. Formatted my drive using both GUID and MBR. I have installed KALYWAY with AND without the Vanilla Kernel Option, and always selecting the right kind of bootloader (GUI or MBR in each case).
After setup finishes (without any errors), I remove the DVD from the drive and reboot. Then, after rebooting, the computer just freezes at the gray Apple Logo. I removed all other hardware from my PC, tried with several BIOS settings found on the net, to no avail.
Right now, my BIOS Settings include: Execute disable function on enable - Max cpuid on enable - hpet on enable - Memory remap feature on enable - Microcode updation on enable - ACPI 2 support on yes - ACPI APIC support on enable. I read somewhere else that those are the correct BIOS settings.
Does the kalyway DVD require any other steps after installation? I would like to be able to use Vanilla Kernel, because as far as I know that gives me a native and updateable Mac Install, right?
Please, if anyone can help I would appreciate it very much. I am not so good with linux and certainly I have tried everything I know to make it work. Please HELP!
Thanks in advance.... Falkenhagen.
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