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    thats loading off of the hazard install dvd...

    and this next one is a typical boot up... notice it loads 'apple nForceATA' twice.
    Last edited by ozziesironmanoffroad; 08-29-2010 at 06:13 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozziesironmanoffroad View Post
    minor update: i no longer seem to be getting the boot lag, though the blue screen is still apparent, though only for maybe 30 seconds now, and once the desktop appears the keyboard and mouse are fully functional. i updated the kernel to the 10.6.2 kernel (as im using 10.6.2), and telling chameleon to load the Legacy_Kernel.
    still getting the 'waiting for root device' error once in awhile though.

    didnt get the drivers from the installer log, but i took a pic of it loading up the disk in -v. when i get out of the showerr (bout to take one) ill load em up.
    You could also download Legacy/Annapvirth kernel 10.6.4 and name it legacy4_kernel (for example), and then call it at Chameleon boot screen.
    I've run 10.6.2 system with 10.6.4 kernel and it worked well
    Since that kernel is not the default as per your boot.plist, if it doesn't work then there's nothing hurting.
    Your picture is really hard to read. I need to change my glasses then.
    Last edited by ratvn; 08-29-2010 at 06:16 AM.

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    Yeah... Sorry, it's the best pic that this iPhone can take. (3G) and Its whopping 3.2megapixel camera. It seems to be loading applenforceata twice... finds 2 devices, then it searches for a 3rd, can't find it, and that's where it will either boot, or give a root error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozziesironmanoffroad View Post
    Yeah... Sorry, it's the best pic that this iPhone can take. (3G) and Its whopping 3.2megapixel camera. It seems to be loading applenforceata twice... finds 2 devices, then it searches for a 3rd, can't find it, and that's where it will either boot, or give a root error.
    Yes, that should be the corresponding kext as per your hardware configuration/southbridge chipsets controllers.
    There are few versions of the AppleNForceATA, and it may be replaced with SuperNforceATA?. You may want to try kexts.com to see if you could pickup the newer one for better support.

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    okay, i just downloaded supernforceata.kext. installed it, and it said the supernforceata.kext that i have installed is newer than the one im installing. i looked, and sure enough, theres a supernforceata.kext. i dont get it... *scratches head*... wouldnt these 2 kexts be conflicting? or is applenforceata overriding supernforce and adding it to the black list?
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    It seems to be a long road finding your drivers.
    You can also look into VIAATA related kexts as well. Believe it or not, many nForce and VIA southbridge chipsets use the same SATA controller chipset and therefore the SATA kext will work. (SATA, USB, IDE controllers are parts of the southbridge).

    And OSX doesn't go by name of manufacturers, it goes with device ID, so if it matched then it will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    It seems to be a long road finding your drivers.
    You can also look into VIAATA related kexts as well. Believe it or not, many nForce and VIA southbridge chipsets use the same SATA controller chipset and therefore the SATA kext will work. (SATA, USB, IDE controllers are parts of the southbridge).

    And OSX doesn't go by name of manufacturers, it goes with device ID, so if it matched then it will work.
    so what you;re saying, if i understand correctly, is to make sure the device IDs are the same in viaata and nforce/supernforce kexts, and delete the nforce kexts, and see if it loads? ill try it tomorrow... when im not a bit drunk.. you know what happens when you're parents invite you over for dinner and you have a few beers with your old man, and a few turns into quite a few.. lol.
    last time i did some 'hacking' while drunk, i crashed both hard drives and i got to go through the pleasure of reloading OS X and windows. lol.

    though looks like i gotta reload windows AGAIN though... got a blue screen of death earlier while tryign to burn a cd. i thought the BSOD was non-existant in anything newer than XP. if i reload, ill prob load leopard first, then do a retail install of snow leopard onto my other hard drive, install the kernel, drivers, from within leopard, then once im booted into SL, format the leopard drive and reload windows.
    thats about it in a nutshell, right? install SL retail from terminal, install the kernel, install the needed kexts, and reboot?

    god it would be so much easier if PC manufacturers released MAC drivers.. LOL.
    though i did look at my motherboard specs, and all i can find is that it has a Geforce 6100 chipset, which im assuming is an nForce. Abit is not very specific.
    motherboard is an Abit NF-M2SV, in case you know first hand (i doubt but doesnt hurt to throw it out there) about it.
    Last edited by ozziesironmanoffroad; 08-30-2010 at 06:23 AM.
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    4GB DDR2-800
    eVGA GEFORCE 9800gtx
    500GB Western Digital black SATA
    2x250GB
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    Here is your board specs. in case you don't know it yet.

    Abit NF-M2SV Motherboard

    Specifications
    Processor Interface: Socket AM2
    Form Factor: MicroATX
    Processors Supported: AMD AM2 CPUs w/1GHz FSB
    Additional Technologies: AMD Cool 'n' Quiet
    Front Side Bus: 1000MHz (2000 MT/s)

    Northbridge: nVIDIA GeForce 6100

    Southbridge: NVIDIA nForce 405

    Memory Supported: ECC
    non-ECC
    Unbuffered
    533MHz DDR2
    Dual Channel Supported
    667MHz DDR2
    800MHz DDR2
    Number of Pins: 240-Pin
    Number of Slots: 2
    Maximum Memory Supported: 4GB - 32bit
    Channels: 6 Channels
    Audio Chipset: AC '97 CODEC
    Video Chipset: Integrated VGA Engine in Chipset
    LAN Type: 10/100 Mbps
    PCI Slots: 2
    PCI Express X1 Slots: 1
    PS/2 Keyboard Connectors: 1
    PS/2 Mouse Connectors: 1
    Serial Communication Ports: 1
    Parallel Ports: 1
    USB Ports (Total): 8
    LAN Ports: 1
    Audio Out Jacks: 1
    IDE Headers: 1
    FDD Headers: 1
    Serial ATA Headers: 2
    ATX Power Connectors: 1 24-Pin Connector
    PC Power Connectors: 1 - 4 Pin
    Fan Connectors: 1 x CPU
    2 x Chassis
    VGA Ports: 1
    Length: 9.516 in. (24.4 cm)
    Width: 8.661 in. (22.0 cm)

    All you have to do is searching!!!

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    yeah, i knew those specs. i just get confused by the southbridge and northbridge.. arent they one and the same? or do i have to have a seperate driver for each>?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozziesironmanoffroad View Post
    yeah, i knew those specs. i just get confused by the southbridge and northbridge.. arent they one and the same? or do i have to have a seperate driver for each>?
    It could be single chip or 2 chip design physically. But regardless, north and southbridge are still referred to (as they perform various functions within their groups), and are actually in different sections even for single chip layout, as for your hardware, and that's why there is model number for each.


 

 
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