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    Hi guys,

    After successfully installed Ideneb 1.5.1 10.5.7 Leopard on my system, I decide to try out Snow Leopard and woohoo I got it working.

    I install Snow Leopard Retail 10.6.3 with myHack 1.1 and the result is very stable.

    Here is my system spec:

    Motherboard : G33T-M2 v1
    CPU : C2D E7200
    Graphic : BGF 9600GT
    Audio : ALC833
    Harddrive : 750GB Internal SATA
    RAM : 4GB

    Mostly work out the Box except:

    Audio: have to modify DSDT with HDEF.
    Graphic: Use NVEnabler64

    I updated to 10.6.4 and everything still working

    So, for those of you out there, yes you can install SL on the Mobo.

    Hoever, I can only run 32 bits, got KP when run 64 bits
    Good luck



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    Hey, Thanks for letting us know this is actually do-able. Sometimes it takes belief that something is possible (and persistence!) before you can actually accomplish it :-)

    I've got the same mobo as you. Trying to do the same setup, but keep getting kernel panic immediately after loading kexts.

    Specs:
    Mobo: G33T-M2 v1
    CPU: Core2Duo E6750
    Video: EVGA GeForce 8400 GS
    Audio: ALC883
    HDD: 1 TB
    RAM: 6 GB

    I installed iDeneb 1.5.1 OS X 10.5.7 Leopard successfully, then restored SnowLeo 10.6.3 Retail dmg to USB flash drive, then installed myHack 1.1 to flash drive. Ran vsdbutil -a /Volumes/FlashDrive and chown -R 0:0 /Volumes/FlashDrive. Restarted, booted off of flash drive and installed SnowLeo on HDD successfully. Restarted, booted flash drive bootloader, selected SnowLeo HDD to boot off of, then Snow Leopard started up fine. Then, I ran myHack 1.1 on the SnowLeo HDD, restarted, and bam, kernel panic!
    I'm trying to be able to boot SnowLeo directly off of the HDD, not off of the flash drive.

    I've tried running myFix 1.3 on the SnowLeo HDD, still KP.
    I've tried starting in 32-bit mode via arch=i386 and -x32 boot flags, still KP with either one.
    Tried myHack 2.0 RC4.1 instead of myHack 1.1 but no option to install IOATAFamily.kext or ApplePS2Controller.kext in 2.0, so HDD doesn't show up (& no keyboard).

    BIOS Settings:
    Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
    C1E: Enabled
    XD Bit: Enabled
    EIST: Enabled
    Virtualization: Enabled
    APIC Mode: Enabled
    SATA Configuration: Compatible

    Any ideas on what could be causing the kernel panic? BIOS settings? Use a different version of myFix? Different boot flag for 32-bit mode?

 

 

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