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    Okay, im new to this community, and seeing most of the questions here have been answered, im wandering if anybody would help me with this problem. I succesfully installed iAtkos Leopard on a new HFS+ Partition, did the darwin boot utility succesfully, then restarted my laptop, booted off the mac system, it came up with the first-run setup, i went past all of the steps succesfully, then the desktop loaded up, after i had finished with it, i shut it down, then the next day, booted it up again, but now i have problems, it goes past the apple screen fine, then it just goes to a light blue screen and does nothing.

    Some computer details:
    Processor: Intel(R) Core Duo (TM)2 Duo CPU T540 @ 1.66GHz 1.67GHz
    Memory (RAM): 2.00GB
    Graphics card: Mobile Intel 965 Express chipset family
    Laptop: Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pi 2515
    Main OS: Windows 7 Build 7000

    Please respond!! im desperate to use ilife and some other stuff

    ~Rohan
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    Bump help me!!

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    The problem is your video, try to boot in safe mode, some ppl do a trick with a paper clip to fix this issue, google the trick. They put it in the vga output
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    The problem is your video, try to boot in safe mode, some ppl do a trick with a paper clip to fix this issue, google the trick. They put it in the vga output
    kk, ill try that, thanks a bunch

    EDIT: Woooop!! it works, thanks soooooo much!!

    ill + some rep if i can
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    Good to hear that, can you post a photo or something of the clip? I really wanna see that XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    Good to hear that, can you post a photo or something of the clip? I really wanna see that XD
    no no no, i didn't stick a paperclip in, i booted into safe mode and looked for the correct vga driver instead of the one that came with iatkos, rebooted, and it started up fine i didn't really get what to do with the paperclip method, like what pins to put it in, so i went for the easier way. it took ages to find a driver for it though.

    You could've mentioned that you type -x to do a safe boot, i had to google on how to do a safe boot lol, im new to this
    Last edited by RohanSucho; 03-12-2009 at 05:03 PM.

 

 

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