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    I'm attempting to install on a Dell Inspiron 2200, Intel Pentium M.

    I've got iDeneb 10.5.7 and when I try to install it, it gets almost to the end of the progress bar and just sits there. It only lacks such a small amount of showing finished and hopefully giving a message of a successful install. But it never happens.

    I've burned several different copies, as slow as I can, and this doesn't seem to change anything. I'm going to try another DVD drive but I don't think this is the problem because it's never given me any problems before.

    Is there a better and more compatible version of this I could try out? I'd greatly appreciate any advice and input on this.



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    OK...

    I got iDeneb to install successfully. At the customize screen the only thing I picked was the Voodoo kernal, the audio driver, video driver and chipset driver. I didn't install any fixes as I didn't know exactly what I needed. I also didn't install anything for the ethernet or wireless.

    To my surprise...about the registration screen, it detected my wireless network. So it installed or whatever, the wireless on it's own. Everything works so far...the keyboard, the touchpad, tapping to click on the touchpad, sound...everything.

    The problem that I'm having is when I download a file. I get a lot of text on my screen, on top of my desktop which is locked up at this point. And if I restart my computer...once at the desktop again, I can see the downloaded file in it's entire size. I haven't tried yet to install the download however.

    I read somewhere else that the "seatbelt fix" was needed. Can this be added in now without redoing the entire install or do I have to start all over again?

    Thanks!

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    Well, the out-pouring of answers and suggestions here is overwhelming...

    I got this to install and work to a certain point. There is a seatbeltfix kext for solving the issue of downloading large files.

    Now, is there anyone who can tell me why I don't see anything about a battery and this is a laptop that I'm using? There is nothing in the power management options or anything about the battery or whether it's charged or what.

    Any fix for this?

 

 

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