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10.5.8 voodoo kernel process swapping and using CPU
hello, I recently updated my 10.5.7 ideneb install to 10.5.8 using the combo updater and tools. My machine is an old pentium 4 (non hyperthreading).
My 10..5.7 running the voodoo kernel worked 100% , sound, lan, intel 900 graphics....
My 10.5.8 install will boot very slowly, then swaps to HD almost continuously and when viewing processes seems to consume 90% of the processor with the kernel process. This is observed when running the voodoo kernel.
Vanilla won't boot neither will mach, when I try avn the boot prompt won't accept it as a valid kernel to boot (even though I`m SURE I installed it).
I have full access to all my old kexts as I backed them up using osxtools before doing the update.
anyone got any ideas?
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