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    Default CPU Multiplier "0" Issue when trying to boot

    So after installing iDeneb I basically ran into the same problem again, the computer would not boot, it would just restart. What I found was that you have to do this:
    "At Darwin Bootloader, press f8, type: busratio=20 "

    Hopefully this saves someone else some time...


    I got the iDeneb release and it was able to install. I would prefer the retail disc, so I'll work on that after I get this one running smoothly. If anyone has any suggestions I welcome them

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    I keep getting the "Determined CPU/FSB multiplier to be 0 - CPU says it's multiplier is 0 which makes no sense." issue when trying to boot(install) either a retail copy of Leopard (using grub-dfe.iso to boot) or the iPC release.

    I've been looking everywhere for a solution but everyone seems to say the same thing: "click yes to continue".

    However, when I do that my computer just restarts...

    Anyone else have this problem?

    My system is:
    Intel core i7 920
    Gigabyte EX58-UD5
    9800 GTX+
    6gb DDR3 Corsair
    500gb HD
    Sata DVD RW
    Last edited by reinehc; 05-02-2009 at 01:26 AM.



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