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Intel® Core™2 Duo 2.13 Ghz
3MB on die Level 2
Type of Memory
Hard Drive Type
320 SATA (7200 rpm)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M
1GB DDR3 VRAM
Okay so here goes, I have an Asus laptop in witch the sata mode in the BIOS can be set to Enhanced which is supposedly ACPI. My bios setters are very limited as well. I have tried so many different distros but only ever got iATKOS_v7 to work. Every other one I try says that the driver ACPI failed. But now that I want to go to snow leopard, I cant get it installed using snowOSx. I get stuck on one of two things.
1. Extension "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; use one style.
Extension "com.apple.driver.IOPlatforPluginFamily" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; use one style.
2. AppleDecrypt: Starting...
Its not even as I can boot into the distro and customized the install to shut off ACPI, because it wont even load the installation process. This has been bugging me for sometime now. If anyone has any ideas it would be greatly appreciated.
PS I can re install OSX 1.5 if it is easier.
You using Snow Retail or something else like Snow by Hazard? Make sure your using Retail. General guide to Snow here on Hackint0sh link.
Well here is the thing, I tried every distro that I found in existence. The part where you boot off the distro DVD I always get stuck on the AHCI. I was just in class and some guy had a asus and he let me check his BIOS, and it turns out he has the option to enable AHCI. So I started an install of SL off a flash drive and it worked 100% But I was told if my asus is in enhanced mode it also means that it is AHCI enable. So clearly this information was untrue, and I need a way to fix it.
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