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    Unhappy Reboot Loop problem

    Hello

    I successfully installed OS X on my Fujitsu Siemens - running 10.5.6 now

    A problem appeared when I decided to install OS X on my home pc.

    My specs:

    Intel Pentium 4 2,6GHz
    512 Ram
    NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600
    ASRock motherboard P4i65G
    2 hard drives (ATA)
    40GB (system drive)
    120gb (data)
    (both no partitions)
    +DVD

    The Problem:

    After inserting the install DVD Kalyway 10.5.2 and selecting boot device
    Darwin prompt appears ( F8 etc, countdown)
    After countdown is complete, DVD starts to boot, and pc restarts on line:

    EFI enchaced b[restart here] - cant even see

    I tried -legacy, tohkernel, cpus=1, -x -v -F -s, no results.

    Same issue with Leo4Allv3final. Downloading v2 now.

    Any ideas? Please help



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    Do you have HT Technology in the processor?
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    Yes, shall I turn it off?

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    Yeh try that and force the boot just in case ;P
    HP Pavilion Elite m9250f
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    Still wont boot. No difference. Any other ideas?

    edit: noone?


 

 

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