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    Default Kernal Panic with iAtkos & iDeneb

    I am going to try to provide as much detail as possible so someone can help me.

    HP Pavilion DV6607nr:
    nVidia MCP67 Chipset which includes:
    * SATA HDD 160GB (dev: 0x0550)
    * PATA SlimLine DVD Recorder (dev: 0x0560)
    * Ethernet Adapter (dev: 0x054C)
    * GeForce 7150m (dev: 0x0531)
    Also including:
    * Conexant HD Audio (dev: 0x5045)
    * Broadcom WiFi Adapter (dev: 0x4311)
    Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core TK-53
    Chipset: NVIDIA nForce 560
    Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7150M/nForce 630M


    I started off trying to install Leopard using iAtkos v7, but Disk Utility wouldn't recognize my hdd. I used this guide, to inject a modified kext. I managed to get my hdd to be recognized.

    I proceed with installation, and under Customize options, I choose voodoo 9.5.0 kernel, using charmeleon v2 bootloader. After installation, I restarted and I got a kernal panic. So I tried using combination of different options, voodoo 9.5.0, 9.7.0 kernal, charmeleon v2, v1. I keep getting a kernal panic.

    Then I used iDeneb, and I injected the modified kext. After installation, I get kernal panic agian.

    What am I doing wrong? Under customize, which options am I suppose to choose? Which kernal do I use?

    Last edited by Zythyr; 05-29-2010 at 09:37 AM.



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    Hi there,
    Did you get the same KP for both v7 and 1.6?
    I suppose the KP pictured below is of 1.6?
    AMD can take Voodoo 9.5, 9.8.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi there,
    Did you get the same KP for both v7 and 1.6?
    I suppose the KP pictured below is of 1.6?
    AMD can take Voodoo 9.5, 9.8.

    Cheers,
    I don't think I got the same kernel panic for both v7 and 1.6. I have tested out installation so many times that I forgot. I have one saved image of the first kernel panic I got.

    Kernel panic from iAtkos v7: http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/7341/img0121h.jpg

    I tried using voodoo 9.5 and 9.8, but still no luck.

    Also I noticed one thing:

    Previous versions of iDeneb had an option for MCP67 under Chipset on the Customize screen. I loaded the iDeneb 1.6 ISO image on my VirtualBox installation of Leopard, and noticed that there is MCP67.pkg file in the follwoing directory: System/Installation/Packages/OSx86/Drivers/Chipset/

    So the MCP67.pkg is present in iDeneb 1.6, but there is no option to select it on the Customize screen.

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    I spend some times looking at your chipsets and CPU.
    It seems those CPU series installed with Voodoo 9.5.
    And they mostly use iPC.
    I'm not very good with KP, but it seems there are some problem with kexts, and the one you've upload maybe kernel related.
    Did you by any chance use boot options
    -x -v cpus=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    I spend some times looking at your chipsets and CPU.
    It seems those CPU series installed with Voodoo 9.5.
    And they mostly use iPC.
    I'm not very good with KP, but it seems there are some problem with kexts, and the one you've upload maybe kernel related.
    Did you by any chance use boot options
    -x -v cpus=1
    After isntalling, I don't have a chance to use boot option, it automatically goes to the graphical booting.

    I did another install. In additon to default options selected, I added these too to the install:
    Kernel: 9.5.0 voodoo kernel
    ACPI Fix
    AppleSMBIOS Drivers: AppleSMBIOS 667 Mhz
    PS/2 Drivers: ApplePS2 Old
    Fix: Idlehaltfix, Seabeltfix, IOUSBFamilyFix, SD/SDHCI Drivers
    audio:AppleAzailiaAudio
    Chipset: AppleNForace Test,
    Ethernet: nForceEthernet
    Wireless: Broardcom wifi
    System Management: VoodooBattery Manager
    Video: NVinject 0.2.1 NVinject 128MB


    So after installation, and restarting, it just stays at a white screen with the Apple logo. I didn't see any spilling wheel. It was just a white screen with Apple logo. It was like that for couple of hours.


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    At Darwin/Chameleon screen, press F8, and then enter your boot option.
    Try with -x -v first for verbose error message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    At Darwin/Chameleon screen, press F8, and then enter your boot option.
    Try with -x -v first for verbose error message.
    I get a Darwin/Chameleon screen asking to press "any key" so I pressed F8 and it just takes me to another Darwin/Chameleon screen asking me which partition to load from "Windows, or Leopard". I choose Leopard and it automatically goes to the white screen with the Apple logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zythyr View Post
    I get a Darwin/Chameleon screen asking to press "any key" so I pressed F8 and it just takes me to another Darwin/Chameleon screen asking me which partition to load from "Windows, or Leopard". I choose Leopard and it automatically goes to the white screen with the Apple logo.
    Alright. F8 for boot option at installer.
    Press any key for boot option upon reboot. Sorry for the mixed up.
    Try -x -v for possible error message of where it got stuck.

    EDIT

    You can select Leopard, then TYPE boot option/bootflag then press ENTER or
    Press any key then type your boot options.
    Last edited by ratvn; 05-29-2010 at 10:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Alright. F8 for boot option at installer.
    Press any key for boot option upon reboot. Sorry for the mixed up.
    Try -x -v for possible error message of where it got stuck.

    EDIT

    You can select Leopard, then TYPE boot option/bootflag then press ENTER or
    Press any key then type your boot options.
    I never get a chance or option to type in -v. Look at this video:

    YouTube - MVI_0632.AVI

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    Hi,

    You should be able to enter boot options/bootflags unless PS2 keyboard is not responsive.

    So try it again.
    1.At the chameleon countdown with that blue bar.
    2. Press any key then the blue bar should stop.
    3. Then type your boot options, then press enter.

    Let me know if it goes through these steps, because you need verbose error message of what cause OSX stop booting.

    I've got to go so try that first see what you can come up with.


 

 
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