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    Default Restart fails after install on ASUS F3Ke notebook

    Hello, people. I managed to successfully run the install of Hackintosh Snow Leopard 10.6.1 by Hazard on my ASUS F3Ke notebook, but after install when the countdown before reboot ended the restart itself never succeeded. I got a screen you can see below (SORRY FOR FLASH GLARE). Can anyone help me solve this problem? Thanks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by yurolex View Post
    Hello, people. I managed to successfully run the install of Hackintosh Snow Leopard 10.6.1 by Hazard on my ASUS F3Ke notebook, but after install when the countdown before reboot ended the restart itself never succeeded. I got a screen you can see below (SORRY FOR FLASH GLARE). Can anyone help me solve this problem? Thanks.
    It's mostly having to do with your custom selections as that KP related to kernel/system, it seems.
    You're installing SL 10.6.1-2, correct? That kernel version is Leopard 9.5?
    What is your system specs?

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    Thanks for reply, but I'm not really knowledgeable about Mac specifications? but:
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    You're installing SL 10.6.1-2, correct?
    YES!
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    That kernel version is Leopard 9.5?
    NOT SURE, how do I find it out?
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    What is your system specs?
    My system is:
    ASUS F3Ke notebook
    AMD Turion 64x2 TK55 (1.8 GHz)
    3x1024 MB DDR2 600
    120GB HDD
    ATI X2300 128MB video

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    Your problem would be mostly incorrect customization selection.
    Check your chipsets and hardware then make selection base on those first.

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    Okay, I'll do it now. If you don't mind, I will post my steps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yurolex View Post
    Okay, I'll do it now. If you don't mind, I will post my steps.
    Those steps would be more beneficial to you as guide for correct installation.
    At the installer screen, along with disk utility, there should be a tab for hardware info (or system profiler), check it out to see what hardware are recognized. Your selection would be based on that as well.

    To make it easy for further reference, make note of all available options and of your particular selections just in case the installation failed.

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    Can you please suggest me a preferable option for installation, I mean a distributive or mode of installation, because just right now another installation failed. I don't know what I do wrong, because I don't know what I do right...

    Funny thing. I used System Profiler and it identified my Notebook like this:
    Model Name: Mac
    Model Identifier: F3Ke P[W
    Processor Name: Intel Core Duo (but I know that I have AMD)
    Number of Processors: 1
    Total Number of Cores: 2
    L2 Cache: 512 KB
    Memory: 3 GB
    Bus Speed: 400 MHz

    No Audio recognized
    No information about Network found as well...
    Last edited by yurolex; 06-28-2010 at 03:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurolex View Post

    Funny thing. I used System Profiler and it identified my Notebook like this:
    Model Name: Mac
    Model Identifier: F3Ke P[W
    Processor Name: Intel Core Duo (but I know that I have AMD)
    Number of Processors: 1
    Total Number of Cores: 2
    That is not funny. Thanks to OSX86 patches/fixes that even your hardware is different, OSX will compare to the nearest mac model, and that is how it allows the installation taking place. Apple works hard to make sure that its OSX setup won't run on any non-mac pc, even the hardware configuration is almost identical to its mac pc model.

    There is a guide in Leopard tutorial for iDeneb 1.4 that you can review.
    If you don't know how to select proper options then OSX would fail.
    Keep track of all available options, and what you've selected.
    Last edited by ratvn; 06-28-2010 at 08:21 PM.

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    Also try boot with -x -v for possible error message.

 

 

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