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    Default Error on reboot after install iATKoS v7- Toshiba Satellite L40

    Hi to all! So after gathering many info i tried to install iATKOs v7 on my Toshiba satellite L40:
    Intel dualCore T
    Hd Toshiba SATA
    chipset Intel GML GL960
    Video GMX3100
    Audio ALC660
    Wired Network Realtek 8139
    Wireless Network Realtek 8187B

    I created a partition in Windows vista of about 22Gb in RAW.

    After starting from iATKOS DVD i went to Utilityes --> DiskManagment and select the partition just created, choose Mac OS X Extended (Journaled) and click Erase.

    Than back to menu And in customize i add the option:

    Kernel 9.7.0 Vodoo
    Intel SATA/IDE
    APIC x86
    dSDT patch
    Laptop Battery
    decrypt appledecrypt
    Vga Intel GMAX3100
    Network Realtek 8139
    Network Realtek 8187B USB

    And install
    On reboot i had:

    Boot0: testing
    Boot0: testing
    Boot0: testing
    Boot0: error

    And pc stop here
    So i use Windows vista DVD to' repair and than after reboot start only vista directly.

    Than i start over using iPC 10.5.6 Final PP5 DVD, same customize option, maybe with PS2/driver for keyboard.
    *After installing, at reboot it gave me this:

    Please contact the Vodoo kernel dev-team....... (And other things)
    panic (cpu 0 caller 0x00.....): kernel trap at 0x00....

    And a page of number

    Debugger called <panic>
    Backtrace (CPU0) Frame: return address 4 potential arg
    And Than numbers

    And below

    No mapping exist for frame pointer
    Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0xb....,

    So i forcely reboot and start vista, download easyBoot and try something but the result is that at booting i have Windows boot manager and *the choice of.. Windows Vista only

    So i start over with iATKOS v7 and same option and same panic screen.

    But when i reboot i see for while, before Windows boot manager screen:

    Booot ..something
    Boot.. something

    But i cant see it very well, im not sure, its too fast

    Anyone please can Help me?



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    I solved: after trying many installation from iatkos and iPC, with error Boot:0, i tried using fdisk, diskutil diskpart.. Only error or boot0: mbr boot0: done boot1:error.
    The real Problem was that in creatina the partition for Leopard from disk manager of vista, the partition was Logical! I used easus partition software and delete and ricreate the partition Primary and the install went ok! After reboot OsX started without DVD!

 

 

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