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    I believe it is Sigmatel, do you know where I might find a driver?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenEleven View Post
    I believe it is Sigmatel, do you know where I might find a driver?
    Go: wiki.taruga.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    Go: wiki.taruga.net

    Thanks again

    You wouldnt happen to have a similar site where I could get my NIC working?

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    Sweet! I'm having the same problem with the whole, "waiting for the root device." I'm gonna try to install it via USB DVD drive and see if that works!

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    Just a quick question. When you were installing the OS on your PC via USB DVD did it immediatly start working or did it take a while?


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    Well I figured out how to locate my drive. Once the little window pops up asking for a destination, I go over to "Utilities" ---> "Disk Utility." From there Disk Utility gathers my disk information. I select my partion, change the Volume Format to "Mac OS Extended (journaled), change the name, and click "Erase." I quite "Disk Utility" and BAM! I see my Leopard hard drive.

    I click continue and the "Install Summary" comes up. I click "customize," check mark the following: Vanilla Kernal 9.2.2 and Third Party Drivers. I click "done" and then "install."

    It then goes through the process of checking the installation DVD, but stops and says " There was a problem reading your disc" and the install fails."

    I go through the whole boot up and then it says "Verifying DMI Pool Data....... Missing operating system."

    Am I missing a step? I'm using Leo4allv3 10.5.2
    Last edited by PinoY_VeR; 09-30-2008 at 10:52 AM. Reason: Figured a few of my problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinoY_VeR View Post
    Well I figured out how to locate my drive. Once the little window pops up asking for a destination, I go over to "Utilities" ---> "Disk Utility." From there Disk Utility gathers my disk information. I select my partion, change the Volume Format to "Mac OS Extended (journaled), change the name, and click "Erase." I quite "Disk Utility" and BAM! I see my Leopard hard drive.

    I click continue and the "Install Summary" comes up. I click "customize," check mark the following: Vanilla Kernal 9.2.2 and Third Party Drivers. I click "done" and then "install."

    It then goes through the process of checking the installation DVD, but stops and says " There was a problem reading your disc" and the install fails."

    I go through the whole boot up and then it says "Verifying DMI Pool Data....... Missing operating system."

    Am I missing a step? I'm using Leo4allv3 10.5.2
    Do you made/has dual boot?
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    I had the same problems installing from usb dvd drive on a fujitsu u810. In the end I had to change dvd drives and burn the disk at 2x to get it to work.

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    Yeah, I have a duel boot set up for Mac using EacyBCD. Regarding stulowe's comment, I also burned another copy of the program, but that didn't help me much at all. Just made things worse actually ( messed up my entire hard disk bleh). So I'm currently trying to retrieve my old partition on my C drive with my Vista on it. Currently not having any luck. If you guys have any ideas on it, that would be great. Until then, I'm gonna take a break from trying to install Leo4Allv3

 

 
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