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I'm almost there! I have been patiently trying to get different distros to ...
iDeneb 1.4 freezes when loading desktop (after installation)
I'm almost there! I have been patiently trying to get different distros to work and never got past the boot screens. This time it's different: after the installation OSX boots and loads the post-installation. After I fill in all the information the desktop is trying to load. Sometimes I see just a blue screen and sometimes the desktop has partially loaded, but I can always move my cursor around. It never boots totally, not even in safe mode.
Asus P5L 1394
Intel Pentium Dual-Core E1800
2x 1GB of Corsair
USB mouse and keyboard
2 SATA disks = 1 for Vista and 1 for OSX
In the iDeneb 1.4 installation I chose:
Voodoo 9.5.0 kernel
I hope someone can tell me more about this, I've looked all over the net and couldn't find anything similar.
If you see a BSOD are you sure its not windows ? :]
Give us the output of f8 -v -f on boot, look on google if you need help booting into verbose mode.
Well, I'm definitely sure it's not windows. If I boot into whatever (verbose, single user, and -f) it always boots through to the point I can see the GUI of OSX. Sometimes it gets through to the desktop and sometimes it gets stuck at a blue screen. In every case the screen freezes at a certain point, but I can still move my cursor.
Originally Posted by surfdue
Last night I tried to install with the basic Natit video driver (suits almost every videocard) and then it booted all the way. Everything was working perfectly, but it was 1024x768. And the resolution was locked. I tried installing NVinject from OSX, but after i rebooted, i got the same problem as before.
So it definitely is a video driver problem. I've tried all more sufisticated drivers (NVdarwin, NVkush) and also tried to use EFI studio, all leaving me with exactly the same problem.
I hope you understand what I'm saying and I also hope you can help me a step further with the problem.
Try to re-install the working example with the locked size, then once booted up MOVE all NVDA* and GeForce* kext to a backup folder to access incase you need to restore. After you have done that, download these: http://www.nawcom.com/osx86/files/Gr...nject.kext.zip, place them in the folder you removed the others from.
Originally Posted by marthr
!!! Make sure you "sudo touch /../../../extensions.mkext" file BEFORE restart. Please locate this yourself.
Tell me what happens on your boot -v -f.
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