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I just joined this forum after finding a tutorial on how to ...
Trying to install iDeneb, error directly.
Hello there hackers.
I just joined this forum after finding a tutorial on how to install iDeneb on a Hackintosh PC.
Now after I got the ISO and burnt it and trying to install it myself, I get an error directly.
I hope someone can help me cus I'd love to try out OSX on my PC.
After "Darwin/x86 boot....... and all that"
I select iDeneb v1.5.1 10.5.7 and start that normally by pressing enter.
I then hear my CDreader spin and I then get the Apple Background (the grey one with the grey apple logo).
But here the problem comes. Immediately after the background turns up I get a long error message. It's kernel panic.
What can be causing this? I'm sure you'd like the exact information provided by the error, but maybe you can tell me right away what's the problem this early? It's immediately when the installation starts this comes (note I have never installed it before or something).
After all of the random letters and numbers it says:
BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task
Mac OS version:
Not set yet
Anyways, here's my hardware.
AMD Phenom II x6 1055t
Gigabyte GA-870A UD3
Gainward Geforce GTX 460.
I doubt its the hardware messing with me, can it really do that this early in the installation progress? I havent even started the installation.
Hope you guys can help! If you need specific error messages I can take my camera and take a photo or two.
Tahnks a lot in advance! Cheers!
PS! This doesn't happen on my laptop. Is it a hardware issue or something BIOS related? thanks again!
Last edited by nikkokick; 05-04-2011 at 07:59 PM.
I now reseted my BIOS to default settings and now the circle starts to spin.
But after a minute I get another kernel panic with the message:
BSD process name corresponding to current thread: socketfilterfw
Mac OS version:
I have found out that when I have AHCI turned on, I will get error immediately like I described in my first post. If I turn AHCI off and use IDE this is what I will get instead, it will load a bit but get an error within a minute.
Thanks in advance!
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