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    Default Snow Leopard kernel panic on boot

    anyone know what might be causing this?

    Machine is a Blackops motherboard (X48), ICH9R, Core 2 Quad, 4gb ram

    boot flags: -x32 -v -x (tried various combos, no joy)

    tried various different DSDT's from the guides, no luck
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    Thumbs up Try this

    I got a similar panic at boot when I installed a Phenom II 550. To solve this annoyance, I actually used the boot flag busratio=X, where X is the cpu multiplier that your BIOS is set to (in my case my cpu speed is 3.73GHz, my cpu multiplier is 18x and my cpu clock is set to 207MHz, thus booting with the flag busratio=18 gave me a 100% stable 10.5.8). Don't know if this will help you with a Intel chip running 10.6, but it has helped me with boot panics on various Intel/AMD systems I have built, all running 100% (sleep too).

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    fixed now, by remounting the destination volume before the install, to get rid of the nosuid etc parameters, and also following a few tips from a guide.

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    hey,

    i have the same kernelpanic. so to get past that i have to redo everything, but this time remount the drive before installing with OSInstall.mpgk method?

    because i had no errors at install. i just can't boot it afterwards

    cheers

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    this is what i did to get it running, your mileage may vary:

    Mark Wadham snow leopard take 2


 

 

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