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    Default First time trying this..get kernel panic before boot screen

    Hey, all...I looked through the first few pages and didn't see a thread with a problem that seemed identical to mine, so I'm posting this here. Bare with me, I read through a ton of tutorials as best I could, but there's a LOT that I don't understand, being only moderately technically savvy. I tried going the iBoot route, and after I take out the iBoot disc and inserting the Mac OS X disc, I instantly got a kernel panic telling me I must restart, before I got a startup screen or a video or install screen or anything. (Sorry if the cut off part is necessary info, I can take another picture if I have to):





    It did NOTHING before the kernel panic popped up. I have two harddrives currently being used with Windows 7, planning on using my secondary drive for my MAC OS install. The iBoot screen shows an icon for "Windows NTFS", which I'm assuming is the harddrive still formatted under Windows? Is there something I need to do with this drive beforehand? Here are the specs, thanks for your help:












    Edit: Oh, and to the best of my knowledge, I changed my BIOS accurately according to all the tutorials (Set AHCI, set the 64-bit option, whatever that was, and changed cd-rom to my boot first).



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    hi there,
    try boot with -x or -x32 after you press f5.
    also try other combination like -x32 cpus=1 ,etc.
    if all fail, try another bootloader with the better kexts package for your hardware.
    and check here for similar mobo installation.

 

 

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