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    Default A very fast question (just yes or not)

    Hello World!

    I have a little question.
    On this configuration can run Snow Leopard?
    Asus A6ja:
    cpu intel T2300
    Chipset 945GM/GMS/940GML
    Ati Radeon x1600 mobility (id 71c5)
    I'm not care if wifi, audio and other run, just the system go on.

    For the most kind people : if not what release of osx86 can run? (10.4, 10.5)
    Thx

    Sorry for my eng.

    Un saluto a tutti dall'Italia. (sorry but i don't know what to write)
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    YES!


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    YES it can

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    Thanks! so much!
    You make me happy...and at the same time a little angry, because i have tried many many time, but everything i have it's kernel panic...

    I must "studing" a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziobeppe View Post
    Thanks! so much!
    You make me happy...and at the same time a little angry, because i have tried many many time, but everything i have it's kernel panic...

    I must "studing" a lot
    What distro release or method that you try to install?
    Have you gone through the installation process successfully?
    Is the KP after installation and during first boot?


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    Thanks for your interest to my "problem".
    I'm using iATKOS S3 V2 (10.6.3), everything goes regularly to the end, when I reboot the system screen appears with the words in different languages "You need to restart your computer. Hold the Power button for several seconds..."
    Maybe it's a matter of choice of install?

    I have no idea how to solve. Any suggestions will be a blessing.

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    That would be the version I suggest as well, particularly V2.
    Put it this way:
    IF you could make through installation successfully then MOST LIKELY it should run IF you made your custom selection CORRECTLY.

    So you should recheck that for sure. Your CPU may not run vanilla kernel and you could try the legacy if you haven't done so.

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    In fact I tried the V2 on the grounds of incompatibility reported the previous distro with 945 chipset.
    Unfortunately I can not find a guide that makes me REALLY understand what and WHY i must select an option or an another (Why choose a kernel instead of another for their cpu/chipset, etc..)
    For the legacy I do not know what that means. I am definitely a newbie to OSX, I will try it before deciding whether to make a transition to a mac (the results are not encouraging ).
    Every indication, links, tutorials, guides, will be welcome.

    P.s I hope i'm not say a heresy: have the HDD with the MBR (the first partition was Ubuntu) and not GUID can cause this problem?

    Thx.

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    Quick one for you. MBR is not your problem, and it's more of your selection.
    At installer screen, there would be a hardware info tab. Look at that and make your selections based on those.

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    Perfect, I'll do it soon, when I can put hand on computers in the coming days.
    Write the news, hoping for a "continuous support".
    See you soon and good night.


 

 
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