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    Default Mac OS X Hazard in AMD: problem at the end

    Hello,
    I try to install Mac OS x Hazard in my AMD pc but at the end of installation I receive this messagge:



    This is my PC:
    This is my Everest Report

    AMD Athlon 64 X2 5400+
    Asrock N61P-S
    Video Nvidia 6100 Integrated
    Network Realtek Integrated



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    You could elaborate details.
    "At the end of installation" is in OSX file copy process or first reboot?
    As KP usually won't happen there.

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    at the end of installation after OS X copy process.
    At reboot start directly Windows 7, I select AMD patch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oigmax View Post
    at the end of installation after OS X copy process.
    At reboot start directly Windows 7, I select AMD patch!
    As that KP mostly related to kernel, and if you select AMD patches then there are more steps to follow.

    What kernel did you select for it?

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    I select modbin kernel


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    Quote Originally Posted by oigmax View Post
    I select modbin kernel
    That is 10.6.0 or 10.6.2? There are couple of those. The test7 version is the stable one.

    Have you try these boot options?

    -x -v cpus=1 (and/or busratio=20)

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    I select 10.6.0

    I must write -x -v cpus=1 at the boot whit CD inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oigmax View Post
    I select 10.6.0

    I must write -x -v cpus=1 at the boot whit CD inside?
    Which one are you trying to boot?
    For installation then yes.
    For OSX hdd, then yes if you use DVD to boot.

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    I try to reinstall, this time install completed correctly, but when I restart PC boot directly Windows 7, I can't choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oigmax View Post
    I try to reinstall, this time install completed correctly, but when I restart PC boot directly Windows 7, I can't choice!
    That is good to know that it finish the installation. But if OSX would be running well or not you wouldn't know.

    It booted to Win7 because the OSX partition is incorrect.

    If you can not make the choice then you'll need to fix it first.

    Why didn't you prepare it for dual booting with win7 ahead of time?

    How do you plan to dual boot your system?


 

 
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