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New Computer installing ideneb 10.5.5
Just got new computer. I am trying to install ideneb 10.5.5. I seem to be getting nowhere. First had black screen after successful install. Got that figured out. Then kernel panic after successful install in the first time startup. So here are my specs and hopefully someone can help me out. I have checked around and people have successfully installed using my set up.
1. Motherboard: GA-EP43-DS3L
2. Intel 2.66 LGA775
3. Kingston RAM 2GB 800 DDR2 x 4 (8GB Total)
4. WD 160GB HDD
5. Samsung DVD Writer SH-S223
6. Gigabyte Nividia GeForce 7200 GS (GV-NX72G512E2) 256MB
I have changed by BIOS settings:
SATA mode is set to AHCI and not 'Disabled'
Changed setting from S3 (default) to S1
And I chose these settings during customize install are these correct or have I missed something?
X11; under Audio AC888 Audio; under Chipset didn't select anything; under Kernel option 9.4.0 Vanilla; under Network (Ethernet) didn't select anything; under Fix (SMBIOS) selected Apple SMBIOS 800; under Video didn't select anything
I am new to this hackintosh I have 2 legit macs but I wanted to try this and I seem to be falling . Any help would be welcome.
Skip Apple SMBIOS
Skip X11(you can add that later)
Add Intel AHCI(think you need this if you want to run AHCI mode, I run my disks in IDE-mode)
Add Nvkush(under graphics)
Use 9.4.0 StageXNU instead of vanilla.
See how that goes, I just installed with those options on a somewhat similar setup.
Hi blay, your system looks ok, to run Vanilla Kernel (Leopard 10.5.5 run kernel vanilla 9.5.0) you have activate the XD/NX bit enabled, have be somewhere in your BIOS around your power options. if is not, try another kernel.
Originally Posted by blay
For video, look for yours in NVinject 0.2.1, or install NVKush
AppleSMBIOS 800 is ok for your system
Good Luck :hack:
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ok guys, so I tried what you said and here is what I used for custom options.
and successfully installed. When to reboot everything fine start up window...then wham black screen.
NVinject 0.2.1 256MB
and successfully installed. When to reboot everything fine startup window...then wham black screen.
Now I should also mention that my monitor actually died and I have it now hooked up to my LCD tv using the video out option on the card. Everything is working fine I have good picture until I restart and it comes to the point of where it should begin the movie and options for account.
Any ideas. I am thinking of getting a new monitor but I am not sure if that is causing the problems since I DO have a picture for the install and reboot. I downloaded the iso ideneb v1.3 10.5.5. Do I have to patch it with there nForce fix? I am not getting the error that they said you might get.
Last edited by blay; 10-20-2008 at 10:47 PM.
I think I found my answer. I am at work right now but will do it tonight. I found an article stating that someone else had my video card and that during install even selecting NVKush or NVinject they only recieved single display until they did some tweaks. Becasue my monitor died and I am using my LCD TV, I am using the composite video out which may be the reason why the TV goes to standby mode (no support for dual monitors or I have to enable it???). I am going to buy another monitor tonight and see if it works correctly. Will keep you updated.
From another site http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.p...st=20&start=20
Quote from Krazubu
"Most nVidia cards have 2 channels with different physical connectors changing from one model to another. (VGA+DVI, dual DVI, dual VGA, single VGA, single DVI etc...)
By default the geforce driver doesn't know what kind of outputs are on your board, which means it could send a wrong signal.
Eg : It could send a DVI signal to your VGA output, or TV signal to VGA, which is obviously wrong, leading to black screen or various kinds of system hangs."
Last edited by blay; 10-21-2008 at 09:34 AM.
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