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    Please post your hardware so I can further assist you.

    Also, take a look at munky's method. You will no longer need to boot with the CD in your drive.

    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...520#post363520
    Intel D945GCNL | E6600 Core2Duo | 2Gb OCZ Gold DDR2 667MHz | GMA950 | ALC888 | Gigabit LAN | SeaGate IDE HDD | IOMagic DVD DL | Logitech PRO 9000 WebCam | GUID Partition |
    10.5 Retail Install | Apple Software Update 10.5.6/9.6.0 |
    Modified EFI | Apple Aluminum KB & Mac Pro Mouse |
    Working 100%

    Apple Product's Owned: Intel Mac Mini Core Duo UP'd to Core2Duo, PowerPC iBook G4 1.33GHz, iPhone 3G, 802.11n Apple Airport Extreme BaseStation, Apple Aluminum KB & Mighty Mouse/Pro Mouse


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    Quote Originally Posted by slinger2g View Post
    Please post your hardware so I can further assist you.

    Also, take a look at munky's method. You will no longer need to boot with the CD in your drive.

    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...520#post363520
    Oh, I forgot to mention I had already tried Munky's method before posting this.
    Still the system wouldn't boot.
    Concerning shutdown/restart:
    for now I'm sure it's something to do with a wrong kext. I know that b/c at the start I couldn't shutdown nor restart (system hung), but when I loaded the Natit.kext booting the retail DVD using terminal, my ati3870 worked fine and I was able to shutdown properly.

    Yesterday I tried to load an audio kext using osx86 tools with no success. On top of that my system hangs again when trying to shutdown. So I'm sure if I get the audio kext right I won't be having any problems. My PCI audio card works just fine, though I'm using it for playing movies to my home cinema.
    The only problem now is the builtin audio card.
    *UPDATE:
    Builtin Audio works as well!
    I used this: http://www.kexts.com/index.php?contr...d&kext=5&kid=7
    All that is left is proper restart (system is shutting down ok)
    and proper boot without the grub CD support.
    I really don't mind about those though

    Kexthelper isn't much of a help as well, it just doesn't do the job right.
    I found myself using the retail DVD to terminal and load the kexts manually works the best way.

    Anyway, my hardware specs are:
    mobo is a gigabyte GA-P31-S3G

    Chipset: North Bridge: Intel® P31 Express (should be ok)
    South Bridge: Intel® ICH7 (should be ok)

    Audio: Realtek ALC662 codec (ok)

    LAN: RTL 8111B chip (10/100/1000 Mbit) (ok)

    Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3870 (ok)

    PCI Audio: C-Media Electronics CM8738 (ok)

    Again thanks slinger2g, you and the others have been very helpful, couldn't have done that much without your information.
    I will now try to load a different kext for audio, again using the retail DVD and terminal (I'm only using the retail DVD so I can work on my Leo partition as I please).
    Last edited by worstat; 11-19-2008 at 12:44 PM. Reason: UPDATE

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    OK great to here you have alot more success hardware wise.

    On to other topic's, kexthelper and osx86 tool are good tool's to have. The only thing is you need to wait about 3 minute's for your .mkext to rebuild before restarting your pc.

    As for your ALC662 audio, let me dig into one of my Install DVD's to find the driver for you. I can prolly find it on XxX 10.4.11!(great driver DVD)

    As for restart, sleep, shutdown.... I have a kext here that allow's all three ACPI function's on most board's.

    I'll upload file's in a bit.

    *EDIT* http://rapidshare.com/files/16552008...tform.kext.zip
    Last edited by slinger2g; 11-21-2008 at 08:43 PM.
    Intel D945GCNL | E6600 Core2Duo | 2Gb OCZ Gold DDR2 667MHz | GMA950 | ALC888 | Gigabit LAN | SeaGate IDE HDD | IOMagic DVD DL | Logitech PRO 9000 WebCam | GUID Partition |
    10.5 Retail Install | Apple Software Update 10.5.6/9.6.0 |
    Modified EFI | Apple Aluminum KB & Mac Pro Mouse |
    Working 100%

    Apple Product's Owned: Intel Mac Mini Core Duo UP'd to Core2Duo, PowerPC iBook G4 1.33GHz, iPhone 3G, 802.11n Apple Airport Extreme BaseStation, Apple Aluminum KB & Mighty Mouse/Pro Mouse

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    Great work slinger2g!
    this kext worked like a charm!
    thnx a lot

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    Default Issue on loading screen with this Boot 132

    During the 10.5 boot screen I get a ghostbuster log with no ghost on after about 60 secs on top of my Apple logo. This is the 3rd Boot 132 that has done this to me

    Any ideas for next steps?


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    post your hardware so I can better assist you.
    Intel D945GCNL | E6600 Core2Duo | 2Gb OCZ Gold DDR2 667MHz | GMA950 | ALC888 | Gigabit LAN | SeaGate IDE HDD | IOMagic DVD DL | Logitech PRO 9000 WebCam | GUID Partition |
    10.5 Retail Install | Apple Software Update 10.5.6/9.6.0 |
    Modified EFI | Apple Aluminum KB & Mac Pro Mouse |
    Working 100%

    Apple Product's Owned: Intel Mac Mini Core Duo UP'd to Core2Duo, PowerPC iBook G4 1.33GHz, iPhone 3G, 802.11n Apple Airport Extreme BaseStation, Apple Aluminum KB & Mighty Mouse/Pro Mouse

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    I checked your other thread and saw your hardware. Are you using a SATA DVD/CD ROM?

    If so, try using IDE.
    Intel D945GCNL | E6600 Core2Duo | 2Gb OCZ Gold DDR2 667MHz | GMA950 | ALC888 | Gigabit LAN | SeaGate IDE HDD | IOMagic DVD DL | Logitech PRO 9000 WebCam | GUID Partition |
    10.5 Retail Install | Apple Software Update 10.5.6/9.6.0 |
    Modified EFI | Apple Aluminum KB & Mac Pro Mouse |
    Working 100%

    Apple Product's Owned: Intel Mac Mini Core Duo UP'd to Core2Duo, PowerPC iBook G4 1.33GHz, iPhone 3G, 802.11n Apple Airport Extreme BaseStation, Apple Aluminum KB & Mighty Mouse/Pro Mouse

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    Default HD is SATA

    Yes I'm using a Samsung SATA dvd drive.

    I'll go ahead and order a new drive.... anyone have any recommendations?

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    Actually, boot the Retail DVD with -v and take a picture of your screen where it stop's loading and post the pic here.
    Intel D945GCNL | E6600 Core2Duo | 2Gb OCZ Gold DDR2 667MHz | GMA950 | ALC888 | Gigabit LAN | SeaGate IDE HDD | IOMagic DVD DL | Logitech PRO 9000 WebCam | GUID Partition |
    10.5 Retail Install | Apple Software Update 10.5.6/9.6.0 |
    Modified EFI | Apple Aluminum KB & Mac Pro Mouse |
    Working 100%

    Apple Product's Owned: Intel Mac Mini Core Duo UP'd to Core2Duo, PowerPC iBook G4 1.33GHz, iPhone 3G, 802.11n Apple Airport Extreme BaseStation, Apple Aluminum KB & Mighty Mouse/Pro Mouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinger2g View Post
    Actually, boot the Retail DVD with -v and take a picture of your screen where it stop's loading and post the pic here.
    Hey guys thats for being patient with me I'm new to this stuff.

    I finally figured out why I was unable to get the -v or -v -f mode during the boot of the dvd. I wasn't hitting the f8 option after inserting the disc. Total noob mistake.

    I've discovered I need to set the controller to IDE to read the boot 132 disc

    These are the errors I'm getting while trying to load.

    Here are the screens I'm getting hung on during load.

    This is with JMB368 enabled in bios


    This is with JMB368 disabled


 

 

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