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    Default Getting Frequency error called "Out of Range" in OSX SL installation

    Hi,

    I have prepared my thumb drive as demonstrated in

    How To Build A Hackintosh With Snow Leopard, Start To Finish | Lifehacker Australia.

    After that, when UI started booting process. My Intel Detects the Thumb Drive and then gives the error of "Out of Range"

    I do not know what is the problem, anyone here knows about the same, help me out.

    My Hardware contains:
    1: C2D Proccessor 2.53 GHz
    2: Intel original DG31PR MotherBoard
    3: 160 Gigs Hard Disk
    4: 1 GB RAM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by maclover85 View Post
    Hi,

    I have prepared my thumb drive as demonstrated in

    How To Build A Hackintosh With Snow Leopard, Start To Finish | Lifehacker Australia.

    After that, when UI started booting process. My Intel Detects the Thumb Drive and then gives the error of "Out of Range"

    I do not know what is the problem, anyone here knows about the same, help me out.

    My Hardware contains:
    1: C2D Proccessor 2.53 GHz
    2: Intel original DG31PR MotherBoard
    3: 160 Gigs Hard Disk
    4: 1 GB RAM.
    Boot Sector or File System on your thumb drive is probably corrupted. Try wiping it and zeroing it out. Then reformat the device and have another go. Hope this helps

    **Also be a good idea to check the CRC32 of the image you were using.
    Last edited by Dj Osiris; 04-15-2010 at 09:42 PM. Reason: more info

 

 

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