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    Default iAtkoS Snow Leopard Restarts

    Hello!
    Well, i burned the iAtkos by the slowest speed of burn,
    and when i'm booting up with the DVD it's just restarting after
    the short load screen (When it says to boot from DVD, and i press ENTER, then it's loading and restarting).

    Well, it's supposed to show me the screen with Apple logo, but it doesn't.

    Anyone can help me fix the problem?

    Thank you!

    (I tried to write busratio=7 and it does not work).

    My computer's specs are:
    MSI P45 Platinum Motherboard
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 2.33Ghz Processor
    Sapphire ATI Raedeon 5770 1GB Phoenix Graphics Card
    4GB of RAM


    Thanks!
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    Will need your system specs here if you really want members to help you, because they don't have a single clue what you're installing it to.

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    Please help me, it's very important...

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    Please... It's just a couple of minutes to help me...
    It's very important to me, may you help me?

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    You can try this boot options to see if there is any error message

    -x -v cpus=1


    And that is per your request, just a couple of minutes.

    Cheers


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    Well, i tried it but it isn't worked...
    Maybe there is unsupported hardware in my computer?

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    Give it one more shot at
    -x -v cpus=1 busratio=20

    If not then it could be the distro DVD.

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    OK, i tried it again and:
    -v -x cpus=1
    works.

    The installtion began, but when it done, and when i restarting my computer and getting out the CD, it's shows me:
    "boot0: error"
    And it stucks there,
    I tried to install it with different drivers but without any success.

    So... what is the problem?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by duduedri96; 06-17-2010 at 02:34 PM.

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    Whatever you install with those boot options and get it through are ok.

    The boot0:error is not your OSX. That is bootloader problem. Did you install OSX in a logical partition instead of primary? And you have windows on the same hard drive?

    If you are planning on dual booting then review the process first. There is section for multiple booting that you can look at.

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    Well, i'm planning dual boot with Windows 7, i created a partition without any file system (without formatting it) with Computer Management on Windows 7, and then I restarted my computer and erased the partition with Mac OS X Extended (Journad), and then I installed it on this partition. Yes, I have Windows 7 on the same Hard Drive, but of course on a different partitoin.

    Well... To fix it i need to install, then fix the Windows MBR and then create a dual boot with third party software?


 

 
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