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    Quote Originally Posted by Andministrator View Post
    Hi everybody! Congratulations for the forum! I’m new, so I have to post in someone else discussion… My problem is similar - I cannot boot - but I used iATKOS v4i R2.

    My config is:
    Motherboard: DFI Lanparty DK P35 T2RS
    Chipset: NB: Intel P35 SB: Intel ICH9R
    CPU: Intel Quad Q6600 (@3.00Ghz i don't know if overclock cares)
    RAM: 2GB DDR2 8500 OCZ Platinum @ 1200mhz (overclocked)
    GPU: Ati Radeon HD3870x2
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 500GB SataII
    Network: Marvell 88E8053 PCIE Gigabit LAN
    Audio: Realtek ALC885 High Definition audio CODEC

    Please note that I have just one hdd installed and I have no windows on it: just the osx extended journaled partition. I use to have windows on 2 HDD in Raid0, but I removed the hard drives and disabled raid in BIOS settings to avoid problems.

    Setup procedure
    During the setup I created a Mac OS extended (journaled) partition and I set the hard drive as Master Boot Record. Then I customized the installation checking no bootloader (the first time), bootloader (Darwin x86 bootloader + Darwin EFI – second time) Darwin x86 Bootloader (third time), and Darwin EFI (fourth time)
    Everytime the setup seems to be ok and install succededed appears at the end. So I restart as asked and I always get some problems:

    If the Leopard (iATKOS) dvd is in
    Scenario 1, 2 and 3 (no bootloader customization or all bootloader or Darwin EFI)
    It loads from DVD and after 8 seconds it promps:
    "Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132
    2037MB memory
    VESA v.3.0 16MB (ATI ATOMBIOS)
    Use [up,down] keys to select the startup volume
    hd(0,1) OSX

    Press Enter to start up Darwin/x86 with no options, or you can:
    type -v and press enter to start up with diagnostic message
    type ? and press enter to learn about advanced startup options

    boot: _
    "

    I tryed with Enter; -v Enter; ? Enter but nothing happened.

    Scenario 3 (Darwin x86 Bootloader):
    Whatever you do (unless -v) it shows the same grey apple screen as the one it promps when it loads the installation menu and then it promps that i need to reboot.


    If no DVD is in
    it promps DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER in all scenarios.

    I sincerely don’t know what to do to make my OSX loads…

    Thank you!

    EDIT: Add: I used a DVD-RW disk
    ========

    This is exactly the same error that I'm having. Except for one thing, my dvd isn't in the drive. If it is, it boots to the installation. I am very confused because the first time I installed it, It went smoothly. This error only came up after i reinstalled because I had problems with the 10.5.5 update.

    Ive installed IatKos v4i for the nth time with the same settings during with my first success and i could not figure out what i am doing wrong. Anyone Help?

    My Specs:
    NEO Emprive 572Sbvx
    1G Ram
    Intel Dual Core T2130 1.8Ghz
    Phoenix/SIS M702S
    Hitachi SATA 80G
    Realtek ALC883 - Sound
    Realtek RTL8187 - Wireless
    Sis671, SIS Mirage 3 Graphics - Display


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andministrator View Post
    Hi everybody! Congratulations for the forum! I’m new, so I have to post in someone else discussion… My problem is similar - I cannot boot - but I used iATKOS v4i R2.

    My config is:
    Motherboard: DFI Lanparty DK P35 T2RS
    Chipset: NB: Intel P35 SB: Intel ICH9R
    CPU: Intel Quad Q6600 (@3.00Ghz i don't know if overclock cares)
    RAM: 2GB DDR2 8500 OCZ Platinum @ 1200mhz (overclocked)
    GPU: Ati Radeon HD3870x2
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 500GB SataII
    Network: Marvell 88E8053 PCIE Gigabit LAN
    Audio: Realtek ALC885 High Definition audio CODEC

    Please note that I have just one hdd installed and I have no windows on it: just the osx extended journaled partition. I use to have windows on 2 HDD in Raid0, but I removed the hard drives and disabled raid in BIOS settings to avoid problems.

    Setup procedure
    During the setup I created a Mac OS extended (journaled) partition and I set the hard drive as Master Boot Record. Then I customized the installation checking no bootloader (the first time), bootloader (Darwin x86 bootloader + Darwin EFI – second time) Darwin x86 Bootloader (third time), and Darwin EFI (fourth time)
    Everytime the setup seems to be ok and install succededed appears at the end. So I restart as asked and I always get some problems:

    If the Leopard (iATKOS) dvd is in
    Scenario 1, 2 and 3 (no bootloader customization or all bootloader or Darwin EFI)
    It loads from DVD and after 8 seconds it promps:
    "Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132
    2037MB memory
    VESA v.3.0 16MB (ATI ATOMBIOS)
    Use [up,down] keys to select the startup volume
    hd(0,1) OSX

    Press Enter to start up Darwin/x86 with no options, or you can:
    type -v and press enter to start up with diagnostic message
    type ? and press enter to learn about advanced startup options

    boot: _
    "

    I tryed with Enter; -v Enter; ? Enter but nothing happened.

    Scenario 3 (Darwin x86 Bootloader):
    Whatever you do (unless -v) it shows the same grey apple screen as the one it promps when it loads the installation menu and then it promps that i need to reboot.


    If no DVD is in
    it promps DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER in all scenarios.

    I sincerely don’t know what to do to make my OSX loads…

    Thank you!

    EDIT: Add: I used a DVD-RW disk
    Hi,

    #1: Try burn on Windows using PowerISO
    #2: Use 2x or 4x to brun
    #3: Don't use RW disks, use a good quality DVDR (I recommend LG disks).

    Format your entire HDD, don't use dualboot (if you have).

    Try use Leo4All v3 or JaS 10.5.4

    Goodluck,
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    I DID IT!!!
    I tryed again with my RW DVD with IATKOS.
    As usual:
    - I created a Mac OS extended (journaled) partition and I set the hard drive as Master Boot Record (I haven't dualboot)
    - I customized the installation and selected some drivers (as SATA drivers) and I didn't select any bootloader (no dawin x86 bootloader nor darwin EFI)
    - Install succededed, system rebooted.

    With the IATKOS DVD in, without pressing anything, OSX starts.

    Thank you f41qu3 and good luck jeys0n!

    Anyway, now I have some problems:
    - I installed realtek audio drivers (for Tiger) but they doesn't work.
    - I tryed doing something I red somewhere for graphic cards but it doen't work.
    It sounded like this:

    This is a small guide on how to set up Natit for PCI-E Radeon HD graphics cards in Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.1 & 10.5.2). By following the steps below you will get full QE/CI/OpenGL and DVI output. I know there already is a guide but it is horribly outdated. It is actually a lot easier than you might think.

    Supported Radeon HD cards:
    Radeon HD 2400
    Radeon HD 2600 Pro, Radeon HD 2600 XT
    Radeon HD 2900 Pro, Radeon HD 2900 XT
    Radeon HD 3850
    Radeon HD 3870
    Radeon HD 3870x2
    Other Radeon HD 2x00/38x0 cards might work as well

    Step by step guide:
    - Get Natit from here
    - Extract the archive and copy Natit.kext to /System/Library/Extensions
    - Locate ATIRadeonX2000.kext in /System/Library/Extensions
    - Open /System/Library/Extensions/ATIRadeonX2000.kext/Contents/Info.plist with the editor of your choice and add the PCI ID of your card (if it is not already in there). Save.

    - If you have a Radeon 2600 Pro or a Radeon 3850 and 10.5.1 download this (white menu fix). Extract it and replace the original ATIRadeonX2000GLDriver.bundle in /System/Library/Extensions with the one you have just downloaded.
    - If you have a Radeon 2600 Pro or a Radeon 3850 and 10.5.2 download this (white menu fix). Extract it and replace the original ATIRadeonX2000GLDriver.bundle in /System/Library/Extensions with the one you have just downloaded.
    - If you have a Radeon 2900 Pro or a Radeon 2900 XT download this. Extract it and copy ATY_Franklin.kext to /System/Library/Extensions/ATINDRV.kext/Contents/PlugIns.
    - If you have a different chipset skip this step!
    Open Terminal (if you haven't already done so) and type:

    CODE
    cd /System/Library/Extensions
    sudo chown -R root:wheel *
    sudo chmod -R 755 *
    sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
    sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions/Caches/com.apple.kext.info

    You are done. Reboot and pray


    Notes:
    It is recommended to perform a clean install. Do not select any graphics-related things during the installation.
    Radeon HD 2400 users: You do not get DVI support. You have to use a DVI2VGA-converter instead.
    If DVI works, HDMI will work as well (with DVI2HDMI adaptor), no HDMI audio ATM
    AGP versions of these cards require additional patching. I cannot test it and therefore this guide does only apply to the PCI-E versions.



    I cannot open and edit Open /System/Library/Extensions/ATIRadeonX2000.kext/Contents/Info.plist because of an error and I did anything I could (like copy and pasting in the terminal) for my graphic card (Ati Radeon HD 3870x2). The problem is that my res is still 1024x768.

    - My system cannot sleep. However, it is amazing how fast is MAC OSX statup rather than windows: it tooks something like 20'' (with a 7200rpm) vs Vista's ~45'' (with 2 raptor 10000rpm raid0, and i'm lucky with this ~45''!!!).
    - I installed iTunes and some other stuff and it seems to work.

    That's good!

    Thankyou!
    Last edited by Andministrator; 09-22-2008 at 06:28 PM.

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    i have a similar problem. I installed Leo4all AMD. When it goes to reboot it freezes on the reboot screen (black)If i understand correctly,all i have to do is install it on a HD with no dualboot on? (Masterboot)

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    Congrats Andministrator! I did it as well, I've installed it last night and it's booting successfully now. Hurray!

    Here's what I did:
    Booted iATKOS v4i DVD in safe mode: Typed in '-x' on Darwin
    Formatted HDD (extended journaled) - I always do this just to be sure of MBR
    Installed with customization options:
    Darwin Bootloader Non-EFI
    Kernel 9.2.0
    SATA
    Thats it.

    I'm happy it's running now and I don't think i'll be updating to 10.5.5 soon, unless an official OSX86 ISO is released. I have also found a tutorial for OSX86 regarding errors about booting.

    Credits goes to: iHACK of "wiki.osx86project.org"
    ======================FIXBOOT===================== =
    It seems that some people can't boot their Leopard after installing it. I'm not sure what it looks like but I assume they don't get into Darwin's Bootloader without building a bridge with the Install DVD. So rofl aka roflcopterguy found a solution for this I think

    Boot into the install DVD
    Open Terminal from the disk
    Type
    /usr/misc/script.sh VOLNAME
    (where VOLNAME is the name of your partition for example "Leopard")
    Now reboot without the disk and you should have Leopard running

    regards iHack
    ================================================== =


    I hope this helps other readers with booting problems.

    My system is running great as of the moment. I have to admit the hardware incompatibilities are back. My laptops internal speaker is ok but when i plug-in my headphones I get no audio. I have tried the ALC883 audio driver but it's still the same. And like you, Andministrator, my display is stuck with 1024x768. I tried a tutorial running boot scripts in darwin (-x "Graphics Mode"="1280x800x32@85" platform=X86PC) But I get a 1280x768 display, it's not working perfectly. I hope to find a solution soon.


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    Default léo4allv3 install ok freeze after reboot

    Hello, i'm a newbie,

    i have a laptop gericom blockbuster excellent 7000 with a pentium centrino m735, and i can't know what is the motherboard name, i even try to open the laptop to see directly what is written on it but there was nothing.
    I manage to see the chipset intel fw82801dbm, i have a ati mobility radeon, 9700 SE, and i use the dvd-r leo4allv3 10.5.2 universal intel/amd sse2/sse3
    i did the installation without any problem, but when the system ask me to restart, it freeze just before the desktop appear

    so i someone can help me....

    thx

 

 
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