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    Angry Freezing Leopard!

    Hi Guys!

    This is my first post for this site. Sorry if my English is not good because I'm not very good at English. And I'm not so sure in which section I should post my problem so if anyone finds this unsuitable, please suggest the section where to post my problem.

    Anyway, I'm facing a difficult problem booting iAtKos Leopard on my Lenovo Y560P laptop. It is very strange because I have booted it up several times and it worked absolutely fine, without any errors. Yes, and suddenly, an error message appeared, telling me to reboot my computer using the power button. I did that and the next time I start up my laptop again, OS X won't boot. Instead it freezes at the apple logo without showing any spinning animations or circle(whatever). I also tried -v -F on chameleon 2 boot loader but it seems to freeze at random lines and letters, like showing "com.appl" not com.apple.(*) and sometimes "Waiting fo" instead of Waiting for. I can boot into windows 7 just fine. I've even reinstalled OS X again for several times, but none won't work. Instead, it made my windows 7 unable to boot. Alas, and after some tries, all my data on the HDD are gone for good! Windows 7 setup won't detect my HDD asking me to give a driver! Good thing that I've a back up of all important data.

    It's hard to understand why the OS X won't boot now. I'm not so sure it's hardware problem because I successfully booted it up several times and got happy with my new OS X system and installed some apps on OS X before that damn message telling me to reboot appeared! Anyways here is my system specification:

    CPU - Intel Core i7-2630QM 2GHz
    RAM - 4GB DDR3 1333 MHz
    Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 6570 with 1GB VRAM
    Storage - 750 GB HDD

    Anyways, thanks to you all for reading my post. I hope you guys can help me. I'm stuck in this state for a week so I'm really looking forward to your help.

    Edit: It seems there is a problem with some drivers I installed. I tried installing only the OS X and the bootloader first and checked if it worked. Needless to say, it didn't work. Yes, and I installed a decrypter along with post installation tasks. I jumped out of my chair with joy because it worked! Yes it worked again. I'm going to install other drivers I need to get my system fully functional. Thanks.
    Last edited by lovingfriendstar; 07-14-2011 at 02:00 PM. Reason: Got it working!



 

 

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