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    Default iDeneb 1.4 10.5.7 on Abit IP35 Pro

    Hi there,

    I am trying to build a Hackintosh using a PC running Abit IP35 Pro with Intel Q6600 CPU.

    I have tried iDeneb and iAtkos. iAtkos S3 V2 gave me successful install but it won't boot after install.

    iDeneb 1.4 10.5.7 gave me kernel panic during the installation. As there has been some people in the forum reported successful install using iDeneb ... I would like to pursue this method further.

    Here is the screenshot of the error that I got ... would really appreciate if anyone can give me some feedback. Thank you.



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    i used to get an error like this, because i used wrong bootflags. try to unplug everything, but 1 hdd, mouse and keyboard. and see if it works. some crazy bootloader wouldn't let me boot, because i had 2 hdds plugged. and the thing with your iatkos version. try to boot like this "-v rd=disk0s2" <-if you dont know your hdd numbers, check the diskutility while partioning.

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    i used to get an error like this, because i used wrong bootflags. try to unplug everything, but 1 hdd, mouse and keyboard. and see if it works. some crazy bootloader wouldn't let me boot, because i had 2 hdds plugged. and the thing with your iatkos version. try to boot like this "-v rd=disk0s2". let the iatkos dvd in your drive and press F8. if you dont know your hdd numbers, check the diskutility while partioning.

 

 

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