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    Hi all you guru,

    I had successfully installed iDeneb v1.4_10.5.6 on my system. The installation was smooth. When I reboot the computer, it hang at white apple screen with the spinning circle. If I boot with options, it hang at "using 16394 buffer header ...."

    However, if I boot from the installation DVD with the option rd=disk1s1 then it would boot into the welcome screen and everything runs normally. I can mount dmg, can safari ect..

    There must be something in the installed DVD that does not get install onto my hard drive. Don't know what

    My configuration:
    Motherboard : G33T-M2 v1
    CPU : C2D 7200 @2.53 GHz
    Chipset G33/ICH9
    RAM : OCZ 4GB (2 sticks)
    HDD0 : 300 GB SATA
    HDD1 : 300 GB SATA (where MAC is installed)
    DVD : SATA lite On
    Video : nVidia 9600 GT 512 MB
    Audio : ALC883 HD
    Ethernet: Realtek 8111
    ACPI is enable , SATA is set to compatibility in bios

    I have tried:
    #1:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    Default kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    no Video

    #2:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    Default kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVinject 512MB

    #3:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    9.5 Kernel with seatbelt
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVDarwin

    #4:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    9.2 Kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVDarwin

    Try #2 with all NVidia combination (one at a time), with and without ACPI fix

    Try #3 with all NVidia combination (one at a time), with and without ACPI fix , with all kernel combination with and without seatbelt (one at a time)

    All same result.

    I can run my OSx by booting from install DVD but I would very much want to know why it is not running from the HDD

    Any idea is appreciate. TIA



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    try editing the /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist and add the one with the kernel flags

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/
    PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
            <key>Kernel</key>
            <string>mach_kernel</string>
            <key>Kernel Flags</key>
            <string>rd=disk1s1/string>
    </dict>
    </plist>
    this is similar to typing rd=rdisk1s1 in the darwin boot prompt

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateni View Post
    try editing the /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist and add the one with the kernel flags

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/
    PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
            <key>Kernel</key>
            <string>mach_kernel</string>
            <key>Kernel Flags</key>
            <string>rd=disk1s1/string>
    </dict>
    </plist>
    this is similar to typing rd=rdisk1s1 in the darwin boot prompt
    That won't help
    I try to boot from HDD with option rd=disk1s1 cpus=1
    Still NO GO. It stuck at apple with spinning wheel forever

    If I start the booting from DVD then everything OK. Weird

    Problem solved.
    OK. I flash my BIOS with the modded bios from kalby and it is working as expect now.
    Thanks and happy days
    Last edited by Anhkhoi; 04-26-2009 at 09:11 AM. Reason: Problem solve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anhkhoi View Post
    That won't help
    I try to boot from HDD with option rd=disk1s1 cpus=1
    Still NO GO. It stuck at apple with spinning wheel forever

    If I start the booting from DVD then everything OK. Weird

    Problem solved.
    OK. I flash my BIOS with the modded bios from kalby and it is working as expect now.
    Thanks and happy days
    I have the same board and could use a little help setting it up correctly. Which Kernel and patches did you use?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anhkhoi View Post
    Hi all you guru,

    I had successfully installed iDeneb v1.4_10.5.6 on my system. The installation was smooth. When I reboot the computer, it hang at white apple screen with the spinning circle. If I boot with options, it hang at "using 16394 buffer header ...."

    However, if I boot from the installation DVD with the option rd=disk1s1 then it would boot into the welcome screen and everything runs normally. I can mount dmg, can safari ect..

    There must be something in the installed DVD that does not get install onto my hard drive. Don't know what

    My configuration:
    Motherboard : G33T-M2 v1
    CPU : C2D 7200 @2.53 GHz
    Chipset G33/ICH9
    RAM : OCZ 4GB (2 sticks)
    HDD0 : 300 GB SATA
    HDD1 : 300 GB SATA (where MAC is installed)
    DVD : SATA lite On
    Video : nVidia 9600 GT 512 MB
    Audio : ALC883 HD
    Ethernet: Realtek 8111
    ACPI is enable , SATA is set to compatibility in bios

    I have tried:
    #1:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    Default kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    no Video

    #2:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    Default kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVinject 512MB

    #3:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    9.5 Kernel with seatbelt
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVDarwin

    #4:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    ICHx fix
    9.2 Kernel
    no Audio
    no Ethernet
    NVDarwin

    Try #2 with all NVidia combination (one at a time), with and without ACPI fix

    Try #3 with all NVidia combination (one at a time), with and without ACPI fix , with all kernel combination with and without seatbelt (one at a time)

    All same result.

    I can run my OSx by booting from install DVD but I would very much want to know why it is not running from the HDD

    Any idea is appreciate. TIA
    Thank You for this information, #1 worked perfectly for me!

    #1:
    ACPI fix
    CPUS=1-fix
    Chipset ICHx
    Vanilla kernel
    Audio ALC883
    Ethernet RealtekR1000
    Video NVinject 512mb
    Last edited by smokozuna; 05-06-2009 at 05:41 PM.


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    Working setup for this board:

    ECS G33T-M2 Motherboard

    EVGA 7200GS 512MB PCI-Express Video Card

    ACPI is enable , SATA is set to compatibility in BIOS



    ACPI_SMC_Fix
    Cpus=1-Fix
    Chipset ICHx
    Vanilla kernel
    Audio ALC883
    Ethernet RealtekR1000
    Video NVinject 512mb

    Must use Kabyl modded BIOS


    http://osrom.net/files/BIOS.mod/MB/E...d.by.Kabyl.zip

    http://osrom.net/files/BIOS.mod/MB/E...d.by.Kabyl.zip
    Last edited by smokozuna; 08-08-2009 at 01:45 AM.

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    Default 10.5.7 Update

    Just wanted to update you guys running the ECS G33T-M2 (V1.0) motherboard with iDeneb 1.4 and wanting to update to 10.5.7. First backup your AppleSMBIOS.kext and AppleHDA.kext. Second update to 10.5.7. Third reinstall AppleSMBIOS.kext and AppleHDA.kext you backed up earlier using OSx86 Tools and your done!


    Best Wishes

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    Another update guys, the 10.5.8 combo update bricked my setup using the ECS G33T-M2 (V1.0) motherboard. After the update the system would not boot. I decided to restore to my original iDeneb 10.5.6 setup and all is swell now.

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    Hey there, how did you try to you update?
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    Update Guys

    iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 works great with this board. Just add the six things below during the install process then use Uinstaller to install 3 additional Kexts for sound and to get the System Profiler to read correctly. Everything is included in the .zip below.

    ACPI Fix
    CPUS=1 Fix
    Intel ICHx Fixed
    NVinject 512MB
    RealtekR1000
    Apple PS/2 Old

    http://download803.mediafire.com/jvn...42/Archive.zip


 

 

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