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    Hi,
    i am trying to install Mac OS X 10.6 on my machine since a while, now the last thing i tried was to install it to a IDE harddrive using a 10.5 VM.
    The installation went well, i imported and chmodded any kexts i thougt will be needed and installed chameleon, but now im stuck at a problem:
    Firstly I got a "still waiting for root device", but i solved it with rd=disk0s1.
    Now, when I boot without -v, i get a kernel panic saying "you have to reboot your computer" and when i use -v, i see it recognizing my 1934, my USB, my Realtek LAN and all, but when it comes to the root device, it says:
    Code:
    Got boot device = IOService ...
    BSD root: disk0s1, major 14, minor 1
    dev
    then it hangs.
    i used many boot options, like platform=X86PC or platform=ACPI and -f and -x and both simultaneosly
    boot options:


    error:


    My system is a Core i7 920, MSI x58m mainboard with ICH10, 6GB ddr3 ram, ATI radeon hd4890

    Thanks in advance,
    nixnick



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    IDE? If possible set BIOS to AHCI and install to a SATA disc not IDE.

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    the stupid thing is that all my sata drives are covered with data, and i dont have a backup place for them, so i cant format them...
    bios is in "raid mode" which says on intel site is the same as ahci but a bit faster in drive recognition... and no i don't have a raid set up.

    what confuses me is that he now gets the boot device and then gets a kernel panic/whatever...

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    You can try with IOATAFamily.kext but she will play nicer on a SATA drive with BIOS set to AHCI. The problem is if your using Windows it doesn't like you switching controllers on it . So you may have to reinstall or burn the controller driver to disc and feed it that way.

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    i already have IOATAFamily.kext installed on this drive, how do i tell the bootloader to use it?
    it should be no problem switching from raid to ahci mode for my windows, but i think this doesn't matter because i am using a ide drive anyway...
    so the basic solution would be to tr booting from an sata drive?
    i'll try and find one...


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    The best advice set BIOS to AHCI and install to SATA. You can even use one of the other disc if not totally full. Create a partition 20gb or larger for OSX as FAT or NTFS. Then use Disk Utility to erase that same partition and format it HFS+ journaled. Use a distro which will allow install to MBR or if trying to go Snow google OSInstall.mpkg MBR.
    Last edited by Dj Osiris; 04-21-2010 at 10:06 PM.

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    i made some space on a sata disk and installed 10.6 on that partition.
    i switched to ahci mode, and got past that kernel panic.
    but now it appears to be hanging at boot. the whell still turns, but nothing happens for over 10 minutes.
    in verbose mode, output also stops at some point:


    using single-user mode -s (which works fine) i removed the realtek driver to get that screen output a little bit cleaner:


    Code:
    Previous Shutdown cause: 3
    DSMOS has arrived
    ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUManagement) timed out
    what does this mean?
    i already tried deleting AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext, error still there.
    i also tried removing ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext in IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext, which removed the error, but it still hanged at that point.

    any more ideas?

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    what does this mean?
    i already tried deleting AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext, error still there.
    i also tried removing ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext in IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext, which removed the error, but it still hanged at that point.

    any more ideas?
    no worries, (but dont delete it)
    it happens to almost every hackintosh, sometimes when timed out has reach it will continue boot normally, but to make it quick fix, use Disabler kext or NullCPUpowermanagement kext put it in extra\extensions.

    And remember, if you manage to get to desktop, run DSDT patcher.
    goodluck
    Last edited by bootzer0; 05-03-2010 at 01:49 PM.
    either way,the is the winner..

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    no worries, (but dont delete it)
    it happens to almost every hackintosh, sometimes when timed out has reach it will continue boot normally, but to make it quick fix, use Disabler kext or NullCPUpowermanagement kext put it in extra\extensions.

    And remember, if you manage to get to desktop, run DSDT patcher.
    goodluck
    i have three dumb questions:
    a) so i should NOT remove AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext nor ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext ?
    b) i already have NullCPUPowerManagement in /System/Library/Extensions, where should i put it, or where should i put Disabler? / where is extra/extensions?

    c) what is dsdt patcher for? i tried running it in my VM, but it said Build failed (DSDTPatcherGUI_1.0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixnick View Post
    i have three dumb questions:
    a) so i should NOT remove AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext nor ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext ?
    b) i already have NullCPUPowerManagement in /System/Library/Extensions, where should i put it, or where should i put Disabler? / where is extra/extensions?

    c) what is dsdt patcher for? i tried running it in my VM, but it said Build failed (DSDTPatcherGUI_1.0)
    a. yes, because it would be too easy....But make sure your bios setting that ACPI support is enabled. In some cases, it will continue too boot if you wait for a while even with that halting.
    b. it's in the root of your osx volume if you have chameleon 2 bootloader. you can move that Null...to that extra/extenions too
    c. dsdt patcher is an app to create a dsdt.aml which is contains info about your hardware retrived from bios, rearranged to meet with the way osx kernel read that info, so it boot faster and less patched kext.
    VM dont use real bios, i guess, that is why it's error (sorry if my bad 'bout this)

    edit: everytime after changing kexts, try to update kext cahce. or delete extensions.mkext and boot with -f.
    Last edited by bootzer0; 05-03-2010 at 01:56 PM.
    either way,the is the winner..


 

 
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