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Discuss rtclock_init panic with Phenom II at the Installation - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Bansaku I had the same problem getting my Phenom II 550 to ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bansaku View Post
    I had the same problem getting my Phenom II 550 to boot. Simple fix; add this boot flag (works for booting DVD install too) busratio=X where x obviously is what your cpu multiplier is (default for the 550 is 15.5).
    Signed up to say: this worked like a charm for me! Downloaded CPU-Z to find my CPU multiplier (14 for my Phenom II X6 1055T). Booted in VirtualBox with busratio=14


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    Hi Guys,

    I am practically exhausted. I have this rtclock_init panic problem and I saw most of it solve by adding bussratio="multiplier". But where actually do u change that in virtualbox? As in which option give u the ability to insert those code in VB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freqzz View Post
    Hi Guys,

    I am practically exhausted. I have this rtclock_init panic problem and I saw most of it solve by adding bussratio="multiplier". But where actually do u change that in virtualbox? As in which option give u the ability to insert those code in VB?
    When its booting an you press F8 where its on that black screen and white text, just type the following: -v busratio="multiplier"

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    Default Voodoo rtclock_init panic Snow Leopard Virtualbox

    I know this in an old thread but I had this problem with the latest VirtualBox.

    I corrected this boot/install error by VirtualBox -> Settings -> System -> Chipset (Was set to IH9 or something, selected PIIX3)

    This is Virtualbox 4+

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    Actually that's not correct! busratio=16 worked

    But I have a problem after it installs and restarts I get FATAL: No bootable medium found System Halted.

    If I don't remove the cdrom drive it says System config file /com.apple.Boot.plist was not found


 

 
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