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iAtkos S3 v2 on Intel DP55WB
Good evening everyone. I've been attempting to install iAtkos S3 v2 on my system (specs in sig), and seem to have varying degrees of luck with overall progress.
I downloaded the iAtkos S3 v2 DVD and have been using it to attempt an OSx86 install. The problem I encountered is this: the CD would boot to the Chameleon bootloader - I could let the counter count down, or hit F8 for options. It seemed like no matter what I did, when I would try to boot to the OS X installer, the system would reboot.
So I moved on to attempting a hybrid method using the iBoot disks from tonymac in combination with the iAtkos S3 v2 DVD. iBoot seemed to work well - I could get to the OS X installer, partition and format my disk, choose install options, and get through the entire install process. The issue with this method is that when I would reboot, and try to boot from the new OS X install, I would get the "You need to restart your computer" message. When I would add the -x -v flags, the very last line listed my system uptime in nanoseconds.
After some more reading, I tried setting various boot flags and settings. Since I have started trying different flags, I found that I COULD boot to the OS X installer from the iAtkos DVD (without using an iBoot disk) if I set busration=22 cpus=1 -x. I completed the install, rebooted, and hit F8 for boot options at the Chameleon boot loader and set -x... but then all I got was the Apple logo and the black/white spinning wheel loading thing. I let it sit there for about a half hour before I decided to cut the power and try again. I restarted the computer, but this time didn't pass any arguments to the bootloader... and now I am back to the "You need to restart your computer" screen.
So, are there any suggestions? Am I going about things wrong?
Thanks in advance!
|| System 1 ||
|| Core i5 750 || || Intel DP55WB || || 4096MB PC10600 || || XFX Radeon HD 4670 ||
|| 320GB SATA HDD [Windows 7] || || 1TB SATA HDD [Storage] || || 160 GB SATA HDD [OS X... hopefully] ||
You should use another kernel. Best will be chocolate.kernel (it works for me) or legacy.kernel
P.S. My MB&CPU are the same.
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