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    Default need help with booting

    when i boot, i need to enter "update" at boot prompt to start up or the boot process keeps looping.
    this is after updating leo4all v2 to 10.5.5. can i edit something?

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    Did you read the sticky about how to update?
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    yes I've read many post on updating and tried many and just about all osx86 installs ( jas,iathos,leo4all,ideneb, leo4allv3 ) you name it for months now. Leo4all v2 was the only good install. I posted somewhere here for someone here how i finally got update done following a step by step guide by a post here or on insanelymac. i'm a noob so i don't remember who but did i thank them. everything works even the sigmatel sound, i can live with entering "update" at boot prompt but i thought maybe i Could edit the boot up file to enter "update" like the win.ini file in windows. I've been playing with installs now for about a year 10.8.4 to 10.5.5. I'm now running Vista ultimate and leo4allv2 on a Dell Dimension 3100, intel celeron 2 hd's.
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    You try with this one, Its not like in the sticky but its the same thing good luck and remember if your not using vanilla kernel, backup the kernel are you using and install it again b4 restart, good luck
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    icchansan thanks for your help. I'm afraid to start over, I updated leo4allv2 to (10.5.5) and all of apples updates + sound. I think I would be better off just entering "update" at prompt. I thought I could just edit a file. I've never use terminal. I wouldn't know where to start. please check my post on the stickie update. maybe i'll try this on my usb hd.
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