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    Default Failing to load up Apple installer

    After launching the Snow Leopard disk from Iboot, it just stays on the Apple screen with the scrolling wheel and after 2 minutes a stop sign appears. I've tried -x and such like, could anyone solve the problem?



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    hey, did you ever get this working? im running into the same problem now. i get through iboot and the white screen with the mac logo pops up but no installer. i dont get the stop sign like you did but it just stops there. any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

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    Cool Re: Failing to load up Apple Installer

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejoux View Post
    hey, did you ever get this working? im running into the same problem now. i get through iboot and the white screen with the mac logo pops up but no installer. i dont get the stop sign like you did but it just stops there. any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

    I had this problem at first, but before hitting "Enter" with the Install disk showing and selected, just enter "PCIRootUID=1", [exactly as shown, without the quote marks], then hit enter. Should take about 30 sec at most to get to the install screen.

    Note that it is probably a good idea, if you have two or more Optical Disks, to physically disconnect all but the one you use to install from.
    Additionally, it is a very good idea to physically disconnect ALL USB devices except the keyboard and mouse.
    The more "vanilla" your box is during installation, the more apt your install will be to be successful.
    !!!Follow tonyosx86's instructions AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE!!!

    I will be posting an install tutorial for the Dell Studio XPS 435/t 9000 today or tomorrow for anyone who needs help with this Dell computer.

    OldCelticHippy

    Dell Studio XPS 435/t 9000, i7 920, 12GB D3 Ram, two Optical drives [DVD-ROM, DVD R/w DL], 2x1.5TB WD Green HD, 2x1 TB HD, WD My Book Studio 2 @4TB Raid 0 (using as Time Machine backup volume), ATI Radeon HD 5770 w/1GB D5 VRAM)

    Last edited by OldCelticHippy; 12-18-2011 at 04:32 AM. Reason: Clarity

 

 

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