Hello all, first time poster, but I'm in need of some help with my instalation of iAtkos v7 on my Fujitsu T5010.
First the specs:

System Summary

Property Value
Manufacturer FUJITSU
Family
Product Name LifeBook T5010
Serial Number R9706810
SKU Number
PC System Type Mobile
Machine Type AT/AT COMPATIBLE
Infrared (IR) Supported No
DMI System UUID 27C9CAF0-726911DE-8B140023-2661D9D1
UUID F0CAC927-6972-DE11-8B14-00232661D9D1

Disk Space Disk C: 68 GB Available, 83 GB Total, 68 GB Free

Physical Memory 960 MB Total, 100 MB Free
Memory Load 89%

Virtual Memory 2183 MB Total, 940 MB Free

PageFile Name \??\C:\pagefile.sys
PageFile Size 1259 MB
In use 267 MB
Max used 282 MB

Minimum File Cache Size 1 MBytes
Maximum File Cache Size 2048 MBytes

Registry Size 21 MB (current), 682 MB (maximum)

Profile GUID {3d4e88c0-6a70-11db-b1ba-806e6f6e6963}

The system clock interval 15 ms

Motherboard

Property Value
Manufacturer FUJITSU
Model FJNB1EA
Version
Serial Number

North Bridge Intel GM45/GM47 Revision 07
South Bridge Intel 82801IM (ICH9-M) Revision 07

CPU Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T9550 @ 2.66GHz
Cpu Socket Socket P (478)

System Slots 1 PCI, 1 PCMCIA

Memory Summary
Maximum Capacity 8192 MBytes
Maximum Memory Module Size 4096 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Error Correction None

Warning! Accuracy of DMI data cannot be guaranteed
BIOS
Property Value
BIOS Vendor FUJITSU // Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
BIOS Version Version 3.03
BIOS Date 04/21/2009
BIOS Size 2048 KB
BIOS Starting Segment E000h
DMI Version 2.4
Characteristics - supports PCI
- supports PC Card (PCMCIA)
- supports Plug-and-Play
- upgradeable (Flash) BIOS
- allows BIOS shadowing
- supports booting from CD-ROM
- supports selectable boot
- supports Enhanced Disk Drive specification
- supports INT 13 3.5-inch/720K floppy services
- supports INT 05 print-screen
- supports INT 09 and 8042 keyboard services
- supports INT 14 serial services
- supports INT 17 printer services
- supports INT 10 CGA/Mono video services
- supports ACPI
- supports legacy USB
- BIOS Boot Specification supported
- Function key-initiated Network Service boot supported
- Enable Targeted Content Distribution

CPU Info
Property Value
Number of CPU(s) One Physical Processor / 2 Cores / 2 Logical Processors / 64 bits
CPU Full Name Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T9550 @ 2.66GHz
CPU Name Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo
CPU Code Name Penryn
Platform Name Socket P (478)
Revision E0
Technology 45 nm
Instructions MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, ET64, XD, VMX, SMX, EST
Original Clock 2666 MHz
Original System Clock 266 MHz
Original Multiplier 10.1
CPU Clock 2666 MHz
System Clock 266.0 MHz
FSB 1064.0 MHz
Core 0 Speed 1596.0 MHz
Core 0 Multiplier 6.0
Core 1 Speed 1596.0 MHz
Core 1 Multiplier 6.0

Memory Summary

Property Value
Maximum Capacity 8192 MBytes
Maximum Memory Module Size 4096 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Error Correction None
DRAM Frequency 532.0 MHz

I've no idea if all that info is all you guys need, or if its too much, or if its too much of the info you DON'T need, heh.

I have installed iAtkos successfully every time time (though I haven't gone further cuz of this long boot -.-), here's what I did... Initially:

- Download iAktos v7
- Burn ISO at 4x Speed
- Boot to disc and install on T5010
- Install with these settings:
  • iATKOS v7 Main System - leave default
  • Bootloader - default - Chameleon v2
  • X86 Patches
  • /Extra directory - default checked
  • DSDT - default checked
  • Decrypters - default AppleDecrypt
  • SMBIOS drivers - default - NONE checked
  • Kernel - 9.5.0 Kernel voodoo
  • ACPI - APIC driver
  • Disabler - default - checked
  • Drivers
  • VGA - default - NONE checked
  • System
  • SATA - Intel SATA/IDE
  • PS/2 mouse/keyboard - Apple PS/2 driver
  • Laptop Battery select
  • Intel Speedstep Management
  • Network Wired
  • Intel Gigabit
  • Post-Install Actions - default - checked


Yea, thats generally the selections I make (I've tried a few different ones, all of which install successfully)

After an installation everything in general seems to work, ethernet works out the box, mouse, keyboard, all go tremendously well. My only issue is the horrendously long boot.

I've tried a few different things and I don't know if its that I'm using old ****family.kext's or what but when I load these kext's I end up not being able to boot, I've had to reinstall certain drivers off the disc (not the whole OS) and it will boot gain, but EVERYTIME I change something, the boot process with -v gets stuck somewhere new (ive tried -f and -x for the heck of it too) and those all go ... somewhere thats not booting.

Any suggestions for a proper (quick) boot?