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    Installed everything on minimal configuration. Disabled network card and did not install any network card drivers. Also, did not install any sound drives. For video picked AGPGart and driver for Radeon HD2600 Pro. I get scrambled graphics after the apple.


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    Just loaded fine into the safe mode. Looks like Radeon HD2600 don't really work for Radeon HD2600. Is there a way to unload them from single mode?

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    Yess!!! Everything is working now. I'm typing this from my new iHackintosh desktop, hehe.

    For video I reinstalled the OSX one more time and checked no video drivers whatsoever. Loaded into OSX, installed one of those easy install packages from insanelymac (just search ATI AGP from there). Worked like a charm.

    My PS/2 keyboard in conjunction with my USB mouse was not working. Added kextunload and kextload for Apple PS/2 driver in the /etc/rc.common. Fixed.

    Had a lot of problems with enabling my onboard LAN. Eventually used the fix for 570x from osx86 wiki. At first I though I had 4401 LAN chipset, which wasted alot of my time. Then I figured out that I had 5702.

    For my Audigy 2 ZS sound card, I downloaded drivers from that Russian Eugene guy. Also easy to install package. Works according to driver description. I hope they enable support for input in the future.

    Now off to installing Logic Studio on this puppy, my whole purpose of installing the OSX in the first place.

    So far iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Leo works flawlessly on those specs I mentioned at the beginning. Thank you for all your support.

    P.S. Oh and I did not pick any network drivers during the installation. I think it caused my hang up localhost potion I mentioned earlier.
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    Good to hear that, then problem solved ;D
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    Hello everyone, I'm having the same problem as the original poster stated. After Darwin loads, I select which OS I want to boot and it continuously reboots. I've tried with -v with -x and -v -x.. Nothing seems to work. I believe it has something to do with the customize options that I chose inside of the iDeneb customize section.

    I was a bit confused there and wasn't sure as to what to select for customizing. Which kernel, etc...


    my specs:
    Dell Dimension 4600
    P4 2.6ghz
    2.5gb ram
    ati radeon 9550
    10gb hdd with xp
    40gb hdd with osx

    I'm gonna work on this some more when I get home from school but can anyone help with what to do as far as the customizing options go? thanks


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    I am having the same problem i even tried - v -x

    and changing the kernals to modbinkernel and speedstepskernal these are supposed to be on the CD though i cant see them if I browse the iso

    any suggestions

 

 
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