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Kalyway 10.5.2 Boot Problems
Using a Toshiba a215-s7422 with the following specs:
Operating System: vista home premium
CPU Type: AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-58 1.9G
Memory Size: 4GB DDR2
Hard Disk: 160gb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon X1200
Wireless: Realtek 8187b
CPU Type: AMD Turion 64 X2
CPU Speed: TL-58(1.90GHz)
CPU L2 Cache: 2 x 512KB
GPU/VPU: ATI Radeon X1200 IGP
Video Memory: (128MB-319MB) Dynamically Allocated Shared Graphics Memory
Graphic Type: Integrated Card
Installed OSX without any problems (installed sleepkernel, speedstepkernel and modbinkernel). I also installed several drivers, thinking that I would be able to select them (does it install all of the drivers I select during installation or can I pick which ones to use?) Anyway, on to the problem:
The regular kernel goes into a restart loop, sleepkernel and speedstepkernel goes to the apple screen and just keeps loading (no errors or different cursors). When I boot using -v I still cannot figure out what the deal is, it goes through the boot process (from what I can tell) and then leaves me at the terminal. Do I need to install the drivers (kext?) from this? I've scoured through what posts I could find relating to this and haven't had any luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I feel like I'm really close to getting this.
mostly.... it's that u installed wrong kernel or chipset.
but it looks like chiset....
make sure u select right chipset driver.
try with diff distro.. like iDeneb, XxX, Lawless, iPC, iATkos.....
there's a lot of them... don'nt just try with one distro..
try all of them... u will find one.
i tried 8 diff distro.
and iDened v1.3 10.5.5 made it and works fine.
(didnt make it with iDeneb v1.4 10.5.6 for some reason.. even tho i used same drivers)
I guess I'll try reinstalling...any suggestions what chipset/kernel to use? Will it mess anything up if I install more than one?
With this distro maybe speedstep, try to get another one like ideneb or iPC, try with voodoo kernel
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I'll give it a whirl tonight, this is tedious but exciting at the same time haha. I'll post boot screen if the Voodoo kernel doesn't work out...thanks for the help
Dell "No Input Error"
I tried booting up Kalyway 10.5.2 on my Dell Poweredge:
I know its a server but it only lacks graphx so could someone help me with my problem?
The problem is that when i boot up the installed partition,
The screen loses input. I don't get this. The monitor says "no input detected"
SPECS for Poweredge SC440:
PROCESSOR:Intel Pentium D Dual Core 3.20 GHz with SpeedStep
RAM: I have 2 * 1GB and 2 * 512MBs
Graphics: ATI ES1000 - 16mb on vram, no 3d support
Chipset: ?I dont know
Sound Card: VIA Envy24
HDD: 2 Western Digital 1600ys something something with 120GBs of HDD space each
Internet/Network Card: I have 2 things: Broadcom Netxtreme Gigabit Desktop Card, and TP Link Wireless Mini USB N adapter
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
Could someone tell me how to get past this?
I already installed the Dell workaround from Kalyway
I already tried all the conventional methods,
THIS IS GETTING RIDICULUS! >
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