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I am trying to install Leopard on my computer for a long time. Iīve ...
Help on AMD Phenom X4 Machine
I am trying to install Leopard on my computer for a long time. Iīve tryed iDeneb 1.6, iAtkos v7 and iPc., but none of them worked.
- iDeneb: Doesnīt even boot the installation. It is a problem with my nForceATA. It tells me that it canīt find any device.
- iAtkos v7: The same problem i have with iDeneb
-iPC: Boots alright, i can install only if i select no drivers, only the Voodoo Kernel. But when it reboots, it gives me problems again.
Iīve tryed to turn on the AHCI, but i didnīt find anything like that on my bios. Then i read that this is the same thing that RAID. I turned RAID on but then it won't recognize my Optical Drive.
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 9600 Black Edition (AM2+)
Motherboard: Foxconn M61PMV
Chipset: nVidia nForce MCP61
Graphics: nVidia GeForce 9800GT - 512 MB - GDDR3
Your system may be better with SL instead of Leopard. You can try SL distros, and if not through then you may need to install Leopard first then use it for SL.
iDeneb 1.6 could be good choice with SATA to AHCI (RAID), in your BIOS configuration.
YES YES YES. Thank You so much ratvn. Iīve managed to install SL on my computer using the LeoHazard Distro. Thank you Very much again. But i have one question:
1- It boots ok, but when it shows the Desktop, and opens finder, i takes a long time (about 2 min) so i can really use it, if i donīt wait this time, i click on the screen and nothing happens.
Do you know how to fix that, if that is even a problem?
Originally Posted by carloskump
Glad to hear you got it running. Well done.
For booting time, there are so many different things involved, and you just have to check and optimize them to reduce loading time.
Extra/unused kexts, and any kext for system device, audio, network, etc.
Also make sure you got your video kext properly install and function with QE/CI supported, as well as correct HDD transfer rate with proper kexts.
Use best kernel for your system would also reduce loading time and increase performance, and make sure that it utilized your all 4 core CPU.
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