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    Exclamation help installing iATKOS v5i

    I need help customizing my installation for my custom built. Here's my specs:

    ASUS P5PE-VM motherboard with built in sound and Ethernet not working because of faulty circutry by ASUS
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.13
    2 Gb DDR RAM
    nVidia 7800 GS OC AGP 256 mb
    Installing on partitioned 1 TB SATA with Vista
    With built in sound and ethernet not working, I installed an old Creative SB Live sound card and a d-link (?) Ethernet card. Both work under Vista.

    I have installed it once already, but I think I chosed the wrong options. I'm currently installing my second try, but if someone could post what my configs are suppose to be, that'll be great!



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    When you installed, it boot into leopard? what error did you get if it didnt?
    How did you customize your installation? I
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    Don't remember what options I picked but Darwin did boot up. I chose the leopard option it started up. But it gave me a CPU error and stopped. The second instalation booted up, but gave me a waiting for root device on my Apple Keyboard and stopped. Now I can't get the installation to boot back up.
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    Lets see go to the BIOS, and check if you have AHCI SATA Support, if you have enable it, enable XD Bit too, disable onboard stuff like lan and audio

    for the installation:

    iAtkos V5i Main System
    Bootloader:
    - PC Efi v9
    X86 Patches:
    - Decrypters:
    -- AppleDecrypt
    - SMBIOS Drivers:
    -- Apple SMBIOS Enablers:
    --- SMBIOS-EFI
    - Disabler.kext
    - OHR
    - ACPI Modified
    - Remove Thermal Kexts
    Drivers:
    - VGA
    -- NVinject
    -- nVidia:
    --- EFI String for nVidia:
    ---- 7800
    System:
    - SATA/IDE:
    -- Intel SATA (if you dont have AHCI)
    -- Intel AHCI SATA (if you have AHCI support)

    If after installation it doesnt boot, try this when darwin appear:
    cpus=1 -v
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    Okay, got error on my keyboard again. What did you say to try to fix it?
    Last edited by CPrider09; 01-17-2009 at 04:29 AM.


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    forget about acpi, just install a ps2... have to be under powermanagement...
    or try to use a USB keyboard
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    I'm using the aluminum Apple keyboard. I'm puzzled here...

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    @.o dont install ps2 or acpi then, so weird getting error with keyboard...
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    I'm still getting the "Still waiting for root device" error. What are your suggestions?

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    Go into your BIOS, and set the SATA mode to IDE, if not already set. Hope I helped.




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