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    Thank you.
    It's 3 AM here. I need some rest
    I love Spanish and would love to learn, but just too busy for now, maybe later

    Yes, keep trying. You will get it soon.
    Cheers,


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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Alright,
    Did you notice that your 1st drive and DVD are in the same bus. Your 2nd drive is different, and also BIOS said SATA port 4,5 are IDE. If your BIOS assigns port 4,5 in IDE mode and if your 1st drive and DVD are plugged in those ports then in AHCI mode, it won't work.

    I would check those SATA connectors in your motherboard again (look at your board manual), and try to change all SATA connectors to number 1,2 and 3.
    And then you can retry settings to AHCI.

    Let me know.

    Good luck.
    I do not understand about slots and connectors. I just cannot handle hardware!

    but well, ok, I switched something (maybe a connector) on the motherboard.
    and then, changed the settings to AHCI. tried to boot with the iDeneb DVD...

    there is NO way to boot from the DVD in AHCI (again)...
    as I am stubborn, changet it to IDE...
    IT BOOTED!!!

    from the DVD and recognised the HDD (the 320GB - as switched)
    I selected the 100GB partition and I kept on with the installation



    and it finished!!!



    but then...





    in fact, if I change back to IDE instead of AHCI the bootloader lets me boot in windooze XP (as now)
    I dunno, I will try again but, ┐can anyone tell me what is wrong?
    ┐can anyone help me?

    ┐would it be something from the customization process?

    many thanks in advance

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    Hi there,
    Good job
    At least it recognized your hard drive and finish the installation.
    Keep your BIOS at whatever setting to make it through first.

    That KP could be from your selections of customization.

    AMD can not run vanilla kernel, so select 9.8 Voodoo kernel to try, and only one kernel at a time, as well as one item per group.

    Boot with -x -v cpus=4 (and/or busratio=20) to see if you get any further.

    If not then post your custom selections to see if anything is missing.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exegeses View Post
    I run on this hardware:
    cpu: AMD Phenom II x4 965 BE 3.4 GHz
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-MA785GPMT - UD2H
    Video onboard: Ati Radeon HD 4200
    Audio onboard: Realtek ALC 889A
    RAM: 4GB
    Network Card: 8111c (chip 8196 / 8111)
    Wireless Card: Wireless Ralink RT 2760 / RT 2720
    1sp Hard Drive: Western Digital 320 Gb SATA 2
    2nd Hard Drive: Western Digital 500 Gb SATA 2

    and I have formatted my 1st hard drive assigning a fat 32 100Gb space for this OS.
    OK, here we go again, then.

    I am sure to have selected Vodoo as Kernel.
    and tried with the wireless card.

    just found this:


    PHP Code:
    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?s=&showtopic=206008&view=findpost&p=1469736

    Voodoo Kernal
    AppleATIATA
    Seatlbelt Fix
    IOUSBFamilySlice
    AppleHDAudio
    NVInject 
    I do not want to make crossposting, I just want to make it work.

    anyway, should I try this? (without the NVInject) or lesser settings?

    thanks for being there

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    Hi there,

    That list looks very good.
    Unless you know the video and wireless kexts for sure then leave them out for now to prevent conflict and KP as the main objective is to get into OSX with the least trouble. The minimal approach is sometimes the best one.

    Once in there, you can always install kext/driver for the rest of the hardware, one by one.

    Good luck.
    Edit : addtl selections:
    OpenHaltRestart, voodoousbehci.kext
    DSDT and don't forget to try boot options upon reboot.
    Last edited by ratvn; 06-03-2010 at 02:25 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi there,

    That list looks very good.
    Unless you know the video and wireless kexts for sure then leave them out for now to prevent conflict and KP as the main objective is to get into OSX with the least trouble. The minimal approach is sometimes the best one.

    Once in there, you can always install kext/driver for the rest of the hardware, one by one.

    Good luck.
    Edit : addtl selections:
    OpenHaltRestart, voodoousbehci.kext
    DSDT and don't forget to try boot options upon reboot.
    ouch!, KP again...

    I had set up:
    PHP Code:
    KernelVodoo
    AppleAtiata
    IOUSB Family
    (something
    so, I tried again without the video or wireless drivers.


    I don't know...
    I guess I will try again with only the Vodoo Kernel

    I did not quite understood this::
    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    OpenHaltRestart, voodoousbehci.kext
    DSDT and don't forget to try boot options upon reboot.
    where is OpenHaltRestart?
    where is voodoousbehci.kext
    where is DSDT?
    and finally, how do I try boot options upon reboot?
    how do I input them? (shortcut or something)

    thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by exegeses View Post
    I did not quite understood this::

    where is OpenHaltRestart?
    where is voodoousbehci.kext
    where is DSDT?
    and finally, how do I try boot options upon reboot?
    how do I input them? (shortcut or something)

    thanks again
    Those are customization options in Ideneb 1.6, select them if they are there

    When chameleon counts down, press any key, type boot options, then press enter.

    -x -v busratio=20

    If needed, add in cpus=4

    Your busratio could be different and I don't have the exact number but just try those first to see.

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    thanks, I am now going to try with the boot options

    hope it will work... if not, I will try installing again with new options

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    Quote Originally Posted by exegeses View Post
    thanks, I am now going to try with the boot options
    hope it will work... if not, I will try installing again with new options


    this is sad...
    it does not detect the keyboard... it is a PS2 keyboard, can I solve it?
    one of theese?

    PHP Code:
    voodoousbehci.kext
    AppleATIATA 
    Seatlbelt Fix 
    IOUSBFamilySlice 
    oh, and there was no countdown, so I just pressed F8 and typed in the boot options (htanks!)

    we're sooo near now

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    Quote Originally Posted by exegeses View Post

    this is sad...
    it does not detect the keyboard... it is a PS2 keyboard, can I solve it?
    one of theese?

    PHP Code:
    voodoousbehci.kext
    AppleATIATA 
    Seatlbelt Fix 
    IOUSBFamilySlice 
    oh, and there was no countdown, so I just pressed F8 and typed in the boot options (htanks!)

    we're sooo near now
    Yes, very close.

    There is a PS2 selection for keyboard and mouse. Should use VoodooPS2.
    But for now, to go through that screen you can use USB keyboard/mouse and finish account login.

    Good job


 

 
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