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ideneb 10.5.5 reboot loop
i have installed ideneb v. 1.3 10.5.5 on its own hard drive in my pc. it installed properly from the dvd but when i go to boot from the hard drive for the first time it says loading ideneb then reboots and does this continuously.
Intel Pentium 4 3.0 w/ HT - which i disabled for this
ASUS P5GV-MX Mainboard
2 Gig Ram
Ati HD2400 Pro PCI-E
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Value - which if i understand correctly wont work anyways
MAINBOARD SPECS-- Newegg.com - ASUS P5GV-MX LGA 775 Intel 915GV Micro ATX Intel Motherboard - Intel Motherboards
i did the customize installation but i wasn't quite sure which chipset or kernal to check. Help please?
For this machine you need a patched kernel like speedstep, install ur video if is there, you can install everything else post installation... try with that and report back your results
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Same thing on Samsung x22 notebook. It has Radeon Mobility HD2400.
Used hackintosh 10.5.6 without any driver installed. But I've installed all the avaliable kernels. If loading the common way, you'll see a cool picture like kaleidoscope. The video driver will draw the screen very weird way.
But you'll be able to load into safe mode via -x boot param, there will be 1024x768x32.
I am having the same problem on my HP 1151 nr netbook. I installed fine and got the reboot loop. When I try these steps
Loop fix method:
For the loop fix you will enter a series of commands. If there is a (space) in the text it is suppose to be there, so look/type carefully.
1. Type “-s” and hit enter
2. Wait for the text skim by until it stops. Then type “/sbin/fsck –fy” and press enter
3. Once it says “File System was modified” type “/sbin/mount -uw /” with spaces
4. Next type in “passwd root”
5. Now type in whatever password you’d like, twice, pressing enter after each time.
6. The type “touch /var/db/.AppleSetupDone” being sure not to forget the . or Caps
7. Now type “reboot” and hit enter
It just gets stuck after I type -s and gives me an error saying waiting for the root device.
I have this problem, too. I've used iDeneb 1.6 .
after this step, my pc reboots
1. Type “-s” and hit enter
Last edited by sd70; 11-23-2009 at 02:48 PM.
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