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    I just installed iDeneb v1.3 Leopard on my desktop. OS would not boot though. When I pick the OS from darwin bootloader it restarts the PC instead of booting. I've installed it on a separate internal hard drive. I have set my BIOS to boot from the second hard drive where my MAC OS X is installed.

    The specs:

    P4 3.06 Ghz
    2GB RAM
    Seagate Barracuda 80 GB SATA <-- my Windows is here
    Seagata Barracuda 160 GB IDE <-- my Mac OS X is here
    ATI Radeon HD 2600 256 MB
    P4G8X motherboard

    Thanks for your help.



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    Just set partition 1 as bootable using fdisk method via terminal. Still does not work.

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    Default Same prob

    I'm having a booting problem too. Darwin keeps restarting, no matter what commands I type in, be it either -x, or -v, or anything, except help or the ?video etc. Can you help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamplay View Post
    I just installed iDeneb v1.3 Leopard on my desktop. OS would not boot though. When I pick the OS from darwin bootloader it restarts the PC instead of booting. I've installed it on a separate internal hard drive. I have set my BIOS to boot from the second hard drive where my MAC OS X is installed.

    The specs:

    P4 3.06 Ghz
    2GB RAM
    Seagate Barracuda 80 GB SATA <-- my Windows is here
    Seagata Barracuda 160 GB IDE <-- my Mac OS X is here
    ATI Radeon HD 2600 256 MB
    P4G8X motherboard

    Thanks for your help.
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    Try booting from F8 "rd=disk0s2" minus the ""


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    Thank you for your replies. Will definitely try these when I get back home. Also, I'm pretty sure I had the hard drive set to master when I put the it in, but will double-check.

    When I install 10.5.5 iDeneb v1.3 I don't seem to remember the option to pick kernel. Is it nested somewhere in other subcategories?

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    i've been having the same problem with any version above 10.5.2 "3 versions' of 10.5.2, (Leo4all v3) the best installed.
    Leo4all v4i, leo4all v5, or iDeneb 10.5.5 would just loop. apple screen popup then restart. I'm thinking cpu or bad download, burn. i'm wondering if i should just stick with 10.5.2.

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    Just replaced my really old DVD drive with a spanking-new LiteOn, reinstalled my OSX and the reboot problem disappeared. Getting a "bad apple" upon start. Did a -v and it says:

    Waiting for boot volume with UUID D6AAAE33-73E5-3F41-84B2-35BD2C65A9D2
    Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key><IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict>
    Extension "com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; use only one style.
    Still waiting for root device

    Last line keeps repeating itself. Ran the fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 and flagged the first partition. Verified with diskutil list that it was the correct one. Tried running darwin with rd=disk0s2 and then with rd=disk0s3. Still the same thing. On rd=disk0s1 it does the reboot.

    Also, I installed it with the speedstep kernel.

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    Ok, made some more progress. I reinstalled my OSX with XNU (sp?) kernel and I don't get that message anymore. I got some scrambled graphics after the apple, but forgot that I have an AGP card and dodn't check for AGPGart. Reinstalling yet again and hopefully it will work this time. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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    This shit is frustrating now. The booting logs stop at the:

    BCM5751Enet: Ethernet address: 00:00:00:00:00:00
    localhost mDNSResponder MDNSResponder-176.2 (Aug 15 2008 14:58:54)[36]:Starting
    localhost /usr/sbin/ocspd[64]: starting


 

 
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