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    Exclamation Replacing Extensions with Terminal ?

    I had a perfectly working Leopard installation with the latest version of iTunes, QuickTime and Java. Until I screwed with the Extensions.

    I did not have the Battery meter in the menu bar so I downloaded the Extensions from here: RapidShare: Easy Filehosting

    And replaced the files in the Extensions folder and rebooted. And now I see a gray screen with the reboot computer message and it shows that the Mac OS version is not defined.

    So, I guess the only way to fix this is by using Terminal and replacing the original kexts from the desktop to the Extensions folder...

    Here are my questions:
    1. Is there a simpler way of repairing this?
    2. Whats the Terminal command to move a file from Desktop to Extensions folder. ?

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    If you have a backup of your original kexts, you can use macdrive to read the HSF partition in windows, then move your backup to extensions and restart, then boot into leopard in force mode and repair permissions. Thats the easy way
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    If you have a backup of your original kexts, you can use macdrive to read the HSF partition in windows, then move your backup to extensions and restart, then boot into leopard in force mode and repair permissions. Thats the easy way
    1. Yes, I have the backup of original kexts.
    2. Yes, I have Windows 7 on partition 2.
    3. Yes, I have MacDrive.

    I'll try it ! Thanks for the tip !

    UPDATE:
    MacDrive is not compatible with Windows 7

    Any other alternative ?
    Last edited by jashsayani; 02-14-2009 at 09:52 AM.
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    I have booted from the Leopard Install disk (Kalyway). But the Terminal has read-only access to the HD. How do I write ?
    Last edited by jashsayani; 02-15-2009 at 08:35 AM.
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    I disabled Journaling and replaced the files with the Linux Live CD and now Leopard is back as before!!
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    Aw not compatible with windows 7 :/ well linux do the job nice, good to hear that jashsayani
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    Aw dont compatible with windows 7 :/ well linux do the job nice, good to hear that jashsayani
    Yeah, it has helped many times
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