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    Default Kernel Panic when starting Snow Leopard Install

    Hey, whenever I try to boot the Snow Leopard Installation Disk it crashes. I tried everything but I just can't get it to work.

    Here's a screenshot of the screen:


    and my computer specs:
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    Any help would really be appreciated.



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    try to boot with -x32 and/or cpus=1.
    go to kexts.com to find kext for your chipset.
    while there you might need RealtekR1000SL.kext and NVenabler.kext as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ringo_yuki View Post
    try to boot with -x32 and/or cpus=1.
    go to kexts.com to find kext for your chipset.
    while there you might need RealtekR1000SL.kext and NVenabler.kext as well.
    Ok, so how do I install the kexts onto the bootloader? Also, is there any support for the "Intel(R) G33/G31/P35/P31 Express Chipset," I don't know how to look for it exactly.
    Last edited by XypherWolf; 03-27-2010 at 01:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XypherWolf View Post
    Ok, so how do I install the kexts onto the bootloader? Also, is there any support for the "Intel(R) G33/G31/P35/P31 Express Chipset," I don't know how to look for it exactly.
    i think you cannot install kexts onto bootloader.If you can not boot your dvd with the boot option: -v -x32 cpus=1, check your bios setting first
    , make sure the ACPI is enabled, sata configuration set to AHCI ,HPET enabled.
    Then you boot with that option. From the spec of your machine, i see it is a very easy one to put snow osx into. All you need is to get the dvd to boot.
    If you get it to boot, install snow with ICHx chipset support or put the kexts that you can find here: Chipset - aplleintelpIIxata ichx Snow - Kexts.com in the Extra/Extensions (after you instal snow of course)

 

 

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