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    Default Tiger works, but Leopard doesn't?

    Ok, so I finally got OSX 10.4.6 Tiger to work on my PC. I am still unable to get Leopard to work though. What gives?

    I used the JaS install DVD for my Tiger config and enabled:

    10.4.6.Combo.Update = 747MB
    Intel.SSE2 = 8.2MB

    This install works great and I have sound, internet, etc...

    Now, when I go to install Leopard, it's a different story.

    I have tried both iDeneb 10.5.5 and iPC 10.5.6 with no luck. I can get a successful install with iDeneb, but not with iPC. However, when I go to boot it after installing iDeneb, it just goes into the loop (infinite) boot. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. What should I have enabled for my pc with these distros? The JaS disk was so simple. GAH. I want LEOPARD.

    My PC:

    Dell Optiplex GX260
    i845G chipset
    1.80 GHz P4 CPU
    1GB DDR SDRAM
    MMX, SSE, SSE2
    AC97 onboard audio
    82845G/GL/FE/PE/GV Onboard Graphics



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