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    Default Issue with iDeneb.v1.4.Mac.OSX.Leopard.10.5.6.MAC-OSx86

    Hi.
    I have a MacBook Pro from work and because the MacOS works impeccably I tried to install iDeneb.v1.4.Mac.OSX.Leopard.10.5.6.MAC-OSx86 on my desktop PC at home. The install process goes well, but at the end demands to reboot the system. This is when the problem appears. Instead of a normal reboot my PC reboots in circle, right after the PRESS Del FOR BIOS SETTINGS message, with no error message no nothing.
    The HDD is SATA II, 160Gb, Mac formatted with disk utility and in BIOS the BOOT order is 1 - DVD, 2 - HDD and 3 - Floppy. I changed the BOOT order after install, but same situation. So please, can anybody help me with a solution.
    Thank you !

    Update: I reinstalled it again now, and doesn't reboot in circle anymore. The apple logo appears on the grey screen blocks and a small line is turning in circle (like the PC is doing its thinking). After approximatively one minute, in the center of the screen a small white square appears that contains a circle cut by e diagonal line from top left to bottom right. After more than 10 minutes of this, still nothing, conclusion, the system os blocked.
    Any suggestion, PLS.
    Last edited by shobo; 03-02-2009 at 06:18 PM.



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    What you will need to do is reboot. When you see Darwin, press F8. You will see need to type -v to see what the error is during your boot up. The symbol that you are seeing is telling you that there is a problem on boot up. You will need to post your error on here so that we can see what it is.

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    Thank you for your help first and second I did what you tell me to do. What I get, is a screen filled with text. What is different, is this: Failed to load extension com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPCi - written in yellow. And because My keyboard and mouse are USB wireless by Logitech I get: ApplePS2Keyboard: probe failed.
    The next lines say the same thing: Still waiting for root device.

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    Ok, first of all I have come across the "Still waiting for root device" error which means the system can not find the media it needs to boot the OS. What I have done with mine is checked the chipset real close because that will cause that error. You will need to reinstall to choose the right chipset for your machine. Unfortunatly I am not the experienced as of yet to be able to tell which one to choose. They may fix some of your other errors as well. If you are USB for your mouse and keyboard, then disable the PS2 fixes during install.

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    I rewrite what you said, to see if I understand everything. To check the chipset, my motherboard is an Asus M2N/M2N 1394 Series with NVIDIA nForce 430MCP chipset. What I do not know, is how to "checked the chipset real close because that will cause that error". About reinstalling, is the 6th time I do this, so no problem to do it again. The version of iDeneb that I have they say is good for both Intel and AMD machines. To select the chipset during install, I have also no clue how to do that. "They may fix some of your other errors as well" - Who are THEY and how can they help me? I also do not know how to disable the PS2 fixes during install and switch to USB. Before I type -v, the keyboard and mouse work fine but after this they die.
    If you know somebody else that can help me, please tell him I seek enlightenment.
    Thanks.
    Alex.
    Last edited by shobo; 03-02-2009 at 07:51 PM.


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    Can you help me please !
    Here is the configuration of my system, is custom made: Motherboard - Asus M2N/M2N 1394 Series; AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3600+ 1,91GHz; 1Gb RAM. The video card is NVidia GeForce 6200 LE 256Mb. The network connection is done onboard the motherboard with a NVidia nForce Networking Controller.
    Please HELP ! I really need to fix this mess ! I bought a new HDD just for this and now I can't make it work.
    Last edited by shobo; 03-04-2009 at 12:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shobo View Post
    Hi.
    I have a MacBook Pro from work and because the MacOS works impeccably I tried to install iDeneb.v1.4.Mac.OSX.Leopard.10.5.6.MAC-OSx86 on my desktop PC at home. The install process goes well, but at the end demands to reboot the system. This is when the problem appears. Instead of a normal reboot my PC reboots in circle, right after the PRESS Del FOR BIOS SETTINGS message, with no error message no nothing.
    The HDD is SATA II, 160Gb, Mac formatted with disk utility and in BIOS the BOOT order is 1 - DVD, 2 - HDD and 3 - Floppy. I changed the BOOT order after install, but same situation. So please, can anybody help me with a solution.
    Thank you !

    Update: I reinstalled it again now, and doesn't reboot in circle anymore. The apple logo appears on the grey screen blocks and a small line is turning in circle (like the PC is doing its thinking). After approximatively one minute, in the center of the screen a small white square appears that contains a circle cut by e diagonal line from top left to bottom right. After more than 10 minutes of this, still nothing, conclusion, the system os blocked.
    Any suggestion, PLS.
    You need to find out what chipset your motherboard is. It will be summit like ICH9 or ICH10 if its an intel chipset. I'd recommend using the Intel ICHx driver from the chipset range if you have an Intel chipset.

 

 

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