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    Default ASUS K50ID-X3 Installation - Almost there, just need help.

    Hello guys, I need some help here. I installed iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite Edition, and I almost had it right this time, but there's an issue I'm not quite sure how to deal with. So I installed it, and it installed successfully. As you can see here.


    Then I somehow get stuck on this screen after the installation.


    So I turned it off manually, and popped it back on. Successful boot, with Chameleon v2.


    And then it just got stuck there. So I turned it back off, and it did it instantly which told me right off the back something wasn't right. So I started up with messages, and I get this.



    Here are the specs of my laptop.

    Intel Pentium T4500 (2.3GHz)
    Nvidia GT320M 1GB VDDR3
    4GB DDR3 1066MHz
    320GB SATA 5400RPM
    Nforce 700 chipset, I don't remember which one I have.

    Here is my current Setup:
    Code:
    Bootloader:
       -Chameleon v2
    
    Kernel:
       -9.5.0 Kernel VooDoo
    
    iDeneb OSx86 Essential Patches:
       -Apple Decrypt
       -ACPI Fix
            AppleSMBIOS Drivers:
                -AppleSMBIOS Enablers
                  -AppleSMBIOS Patched
                     -AppleSMBIOS 1333MHz (DDR3) <--I think this is the problem. Read bottom.
       -Disabler
       -DSDT Patcher
       -OpenHaltRestart
    
    PS/2 Drivers:
       -Apple PS/2 Old
    -AboutThisMac Fix
    -SystemProfiler Fix
    
    Fix:
       -CPUS=1_Fix
       -Firewire Remove
    
    Drivers:
        Audio:
          -VooDooHDA
        Chipset:
          -AppleNForceATA
    
    Network:
        Ethernet:
           Realtek:
              -RTL8169/RTL8111
        Wireless:
             Atheros:
                -Atheros Wifi Adapter
    
    System Management:
         SpeedStep:
             -VooDoo Power
             -GenericCPUPM Control
         -VooDoo Battery Manager
    
    Video:
       Nvidia:
          Nvidia Enablers:
              -Nvidia Enabler
          NVdarwin:
              -1024MB
          NVinject 0.2.1
              -1024MB
       -NvidiaID
    
    
    Cleanup.
    Right here is where I think I messed up
    Code:
    iDeneb OSx86 Essential Patches:
       -Apple Decrypt
       -ACPI Fix
            AppleSMBIOS Drivers:
                -AppleSMBIOS Enablers
                  -AppleSMBIOS Patched
                     -AppleSMBIOS 1333MHz (DDR3)
    Luckily, I got it to boot up to the start screen, but it doesn't mean anything to me if it doesn't run at all. Please, if you can, help.

    Last edited by iTails; 09-07-2010 at 07:40 AM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by iTails View Post
    Hello guys, I need some help here. I installed iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite Edition,
    Intel Pentium T4500 (2.3GHz)
    Nvidia GT320M 1GB VDDR3
    4GB DDR3 1066MHz
    320GB SATA 5400RPM
    Nforce 700 chipset, I don't remember which one I have.
    Right here is where I think I messed up

    -AppleSMBIOS 1333MHz (DDR3)
    I agree. That would not be correct. From the error message, it starts with wrong model ID/config. from SmBIOS.
    Your screen said iDeneb 1.3, not 1.6.
    You could take it to SL for better hardware support and performance, as 10.5.5 is fairly dated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    I agree. That would not be correct. From the error message, it starts with wrong model ID/config. from SmBIOS.
    Your screen said iDeneb 1.3, not 1.6.
    You could take it to SL for better hardware support and performance, as 10.5.5 is fairly dated.
    Alright thanks, Do you know the names of any distros that you could send in a PM?

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    You could iAtkos S3 or SnowOSX. If your BIOS has option for SATA to AHCI then it's better.
    There is a thread by smart18dharmit that you could review for installation information.
    It may not be your exact hardware but there are plenty useful stuffs.

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    Hey guys, back again. This time I tried to install iATKOS S3 10.6.3, but this time all I'm getting is Kernel panics. I tried installing with 32-bit mode as default and cpus=1.

    Picture of Kernel Panic:


    Here is my current setup.
    Code:
    Bootloader:
       -AsereBLN v1.1.9
    Bootloader Options:
       -32-bit boot
       -Graphics Enabler
       -  -pci1
    Patches:
       -/Extra Directory (32bit drivers)
       -fakesmc
       -Disabler
          RTC:
             -RTC (32bit)
       Modified Kernels:
          -PCJ Kernel
       -Evo Reboot
    
    Drivers:
       Main Hardware:
          -nForce SATA/IDE
          -VoodooHDA
          -AppleHDA
          -Voodoo P-state
          -ACPI Thermal (32bit)
    
    Video:
       Nvidia:
          Enablers:
             -NvEnabler
          EFI String (Not sure what to do with these, so I gave it a shot):
             -DVI/VGA
             -VGA/DVI
    
    Network:
       Wireless:
          -Atheros
       Wired:
          Realtek:
             RTL8193
    Any help?

    EDIT: I think I'm going to get the retail DVD and use Empire EFI to get this to work on my PC. Distros don't seem to work for me for some reason with this laptop. If you can help though, feel free.
    Last edited by iTails; 09-08-2010 at 01:12 PM.


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    Could I get some help please? If this doesn't work I am going to try to boot from a retail DVD and Empire EFI.

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    1. Clear your partition for a clean reinstall.
    2. S3 selections are good, but try with no video, no audio.
    You can always install them afterward. Get pass that KP first.

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    Thanks ratvn, I finally got it to stop panic'ing. I selected no audio or video as you suggested.

    Pics:




    Success, finally! Now all I need is to get these video, audio, and networking drivers working. Im also having a problem with my laptop keyboard as it didn't detect it when it first started up. I'm also having an issue with connecting my USB devices, but I saw a fix for that in the installation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iTails View Post
    Thanks ratvn, I finally got it to stop panic'ing. I selected no audio or video as you suggested.

    Success, finally! Now all I need is to get these video, audio, and networking drivers working. Im also having a problem with my laptop keyboard as it didn't detect it when it first started up. I'm also having an issue with connecting my USB devices, but I saw a fix for that in the installation.
    Glad to hear you got it now.
    That is much better than Leopard.
    For kb/mouse, VoodooPS2 kext needs to be installed.
    Audio, video and network would need kexts.

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    Alright, I'm going to reinstall with the Voodoo PS/2

    I've looked all over the place for kexts for my GT320M and there are none available. I can retrieve the hardware ID's if someone can make them.


 

 
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