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    Question OSX on AMD 780 chipset ?

    After 2 whole days trying to get osx installed on my PC, I begin to wonder if that's possible


    I used 2 different distro.

    # First with ideneb 1.3 ( 10.5.5), always got "still waiting for root device"
    I changed my sata driver config to AHCI, and got kernel panic ( a few different error, i can't remember exactly)
    Tried every combination of boot options, still nothing
    One time, JUST ONE TIME, i reached the installation screen ( with the language choosing board ) , but my mouse and keyboad didn't work- i used -x -v -f. I never could do that again until now

    #with Iakos v7 (10.5.7), still the same problem, changed to AHCI, used the option rd=diskXsY,
    all i got is some kernel panic!
    And never reached the installation screen like ideneb ( too bad)


    So any suggestion ? Or someone can comfirm that my chipset is out of the list ?

    Please help!




    My PC specs:

    CPU: AMD X2 5000+
    Ram: 2 GB
    Main: ECS A 780 GM-A ( uses AMD 780 chipset )
    Graphic card: Msi 4670 ( uses ATI radeon 4670 processor)


    Thanks in advance



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    Anyone has the answer ? Please ..

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    set drive to ahci and use ideneb 10.5.6
    what drive you are use , ide or sata?

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    Default OSX on AMD 780 chipset ?

    Hi.

    I have HP Tx2550ee. It is a HP Tablet PC running on AMD Turion X2 Ultra with the 780 chipset (ATI HD3200 built-in video)

    I used iAktos v7

    I used Chameleon v2.
    Voodoo Kernel, and one of the SMBIOS
    I used ACPI and then ApplePS2 instead of Voodoo ones
    AHCI for SATA
    ATI for VGA
    Broadcom for WiFi

    Surprisingly all went well.

    Things that worked...
    WiFi
    Touchpad
    Touch and pen input !
    Audio (noisy)
    Volume control buttons (including Mute)
    DVD writer
    USB
    Webcam

    Things that didn;t work...
    Video Hardware acceleration (ATi HD 3200 not supported)
    Touchpad tapping or multitouch gestures (Had to use touchpad buttons)
    Dilaup Modem

    Hope this helps.

    PS I am totally new at this and as yet have not tried to solved the non working components.

    Regards
    Fawad

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    Sorry for slow feedback and thanks for replying.

    I have SATA HDD but IDE DVD, may that cause the prob? Anyway, I changed to AHCI, and got panic. And yes, i used ideneb 1.4 10.5.6, no changes.

    Now i managed to install 10.5.6 in a vmware, but horribly slow.


 

 

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