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    Default Win7/OSX dual boot ram issues

    I used tonymac's iboot guide and successfully dual booted win7/osx 10.6 but after I add in my extra ram that I had to take out for tonymac's install (requires no more than 4gb installed at time of osx install) win7 boots and recognizes all 6gb of ram perfectly but osx crashes and restarts the computer with this error screen.






    I think it might be a DSDT problem but I'm not quite sure. Any help would be much appreciated since I would really love to get my osx up and running with all 6gb of ram and hopefully more in the future.

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    Sean



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    Hi there,
    It maybe the startup caches failed.
    You can try this, boot with options -x -v -f if going through then clean your system caches etc. If not then post your error message if it is different.
    Regards,

 

 

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