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    Default "You need to restart your computer" after upgrade to 10.5.7

    Hi there,

    A few months ago, I successfully installed osx86 with 10.5.5 via iAtkos

    I'm an iPhone developer, and in order to get ready for OS 3.0, I had to upgrade OSX to 10.5.7

    Everything works except for when I try installing new applications.

    For some reason, when I start an installation, I get the scary "You need to restart your computer" error

    Has anyone seen this before?

    Thanks in advance!

    - Chris



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    Can you please post your specs? what kernel are you using? there some fix package around for 10.5.7, google it
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    Default Any success?

    Hello Chris,

    Any success with upgrade to 10.5.7? I am in exactly the same situation and want to update from 10.5.5 (iATKOS) to 10.5.7.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by river2 View Post
    Hello Chris,

    Any success with upgrade to 10.5.7? I am in exactly the same situation and want to update from 10.5.5 (iATKOS) to 10.5.7.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    Hey river how did you update? are you using a patched kernel?
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    Default help

    ok so i used atkots well all but 4i, and when ever i press -s, -f, -x, -v. it gives me the apple logo for a sec then it brings a prompt of "you need to restart ur computer, press and hold the power botten for a couple of secounds." in a couple of secounds.

    my computer is an HP Pavilon notebook dv6t..\
    -64-bit
    -proscesser: inet mobile core 2 duo
    -windows vista
    -3gb ram
    -320gb harddrive
    -2.2ghz
    -bios: hewlett-packard
    -motherboard-quanta
    please help me

    ps:how do i create a blog


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    Default Somewhere back I talked about little Red Riding Hood

    Somewhere is post a ways back a guy asked if he could upgrade a hackintosh on apples site and I wrote asking him if he had ever heard the story of Little Red Riding Hood, and who was really sleeping in the bed.

    I am going to guess the upgrade was from the Apple site? I am also going to guess you have not followed the AppleDecrypt changes to the Do Not Copy Mac OSX file structure and duties of those files? When preparing for the update several sites - like pcwiz - etc have advised of things needed to keep the OS sane when it is upgraded - HOWEVER; there is in reality a bit more to it.

    I think you are finding it out now the hard way. You'll never find the script - but trust me - it is in there to lock down the OS and the AppleDecrypt function will make soon the unauthorized MAC OS's come to a slow painful halt when users wander into Grandma's house for an upgrade.

    Think about it.

 

 

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