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Acer Revo R1600 Iatkos V7 boot error
Hi guys i've been trying to get my r1600 to install iatkos v7. The farthest i have gotten is after the installation. Now i just started trying to do this on my own and have searched hi and low on the internet to try and find some kind of solution with no luck. Im going to attach the specs to the revo.
Now i have left the installation options alone on iatkos V7 cause i really don't know what should i enable or disable. My bios has these things disabled:
so i was planning on pasting the XML system information here but im not really sure how to open a mac partition on pc so i guess i can skip that step
now i tried installing with VOODOO kernal and got an error with the kernal
kernal trap at 0x0019a8c2
then it just freezes and i never get the completion message on the revo.... any tips guys?
now i have read that the vanilla kernal (i think its the one that comes with the original mac OS X 10.5.7 should be capable enough of running it) there is another kernal that comes with the install disk i think its voodoo but there are x2 different versions to choose from.
Last edited by lorenzo6596; 01-10-2011 at 02:00 AM.
Reason: More info
i won't give up will i?
So ive been continuing to reainstall the OS X again on my revo, ive been trying to find preloaded drivers that sound like they could be useful. Now i have been using iatkos V7 for this im not sure if i should try and use the default mac os X 10.6.3 disk image i have
update: so i tried installing iatkos s3 v2 on the revo r1600 and was able to get through the setup process, now i did not add any customer kernals or drivers and my computer boots and freezes on the mac os x apple. i tried running cpus=1 and 'mach_atoml' along with -v -x -f to see if it would breath life into the machine and nothing it just stalls and freezes there. I am reloading the installer and im going to try adding a different kernal to see if i could get it to work.
P.S. I love that im talking to myself at this point...
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