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    Hi everyone

    I have a serious problem on Leopard: I canīt install none of the versions on Leopard in my computer which is

    ASUS P4T533-C revision bios 1010
    Chipset Intel 850E with ICH2
    P4 3066Ghz, 512Kb, FSB 533, Hyper Threading, MMX, SSE, SSE2
    Rimms 1Gb PC1066 Ecc (they really work like DDR2 533, tested with cpuz)
    ECS Nvidia 7300 GT 512Mb (in bios the max Graphics Aperture Size is 256Mb)
    Onboard Audio AC97, Game port, Midi port, Smart Card Reader, 2x Serial com, 1 LPT Parallel
    Adaptec 29160 SCSI Card (but none of the Leopard canīt recognize)
    Samsung 40Gb ATA 7200rpm 8Mb cache
    DVD writer LG GH22LP20
    Hauppauge wintv 87xx
    Firewire 1394
    Lan Realtek 8139

    Iīve tried F8 and "-v" in the terminal to see detailed information in instalation....

    In Kalyway 10.5.1, in the middle of the boot, the pc restart and canīt see the information

    In Kalyway 10.5.2, with "-v -x -f cpus=1", in the middle of the boot, the pc restart and canīt see the information

    in iDeneb 10.5.6, in the middle of the boot, the pc freeze and the last information is:
    "....CoreRAIDServer not responding"
    ...and donīt have any Raid....

    In iAtkos 10.5.5 really boot, format and install the drivers and packages.
    Iīve tried the instructions in many forums how to install the packages and drivers in many ways but in the second restart of Leopard the
    installation simple freeze the pc with the last information of the kernel version:
    "Darwin Kernel Version 9.5.0: (...) : xnu-1228.7/BUILD/obj/RELEASE_I386"
    ... and show a window with:
    "You need to restart your computer. Hold down the power button for several seconds or press the restart button"

    Iīm completely lost with these installations.., donīt know where is the problem on my pc, anyone can help me?
    pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! Help me!!!!



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    I have more success using IPC 10.5.6 distro or iDeneb 1.4.
    For laptop, IPC distro is better because drivers selection is more detailed.
    Glancing at your hardware, I really think IPC will work for you.

    If you can get to the diskutility to partition your drive and continue with the install. I have the following suggestions:

    - kernel = pick the 9.5.0 voodoo kernel because you need SSE3 emulation
    - video = pick the nvdarwin 512 or Natit
    - audio = pick ac97
    - ethernet = pick the realtek 8139
    - chipset = don't pick anything or select the AppleATA

    Good luck.
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