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Discuss Leopard 10.5.4 at the Archiv (Leopard) - Hackint0sh.org; Ok then, in the morning I will try again with the ToH Kernel if I ...
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    Ok then, in the morning I will try again with the ToH Kernel if I can't run the Vanilla Kernel. Thanks for being so patient with me, sorry I'd usually be better with giving information when I have problems like this, have some problems running through my head atm . I'll report back 2morrow afternoon with how that goes


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    Ok well when I got home from school I tried installing with the other kernel like you said, but I still get the rebooting thing. Besides the XD thing, are there other BIOS options I would need to play with?

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    I dunno maybe iatkos just dont work for you, tried with ideneb?
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    Ideneb worked, though it only works if I boot it using "-v -x" as start commands. Now, the only problem is getting wireless to work I'll be playing around with that now, since nothing I installed for wireless recognises my card's plugged in.

 

 
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