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    Default Kernel Panic After Installation.

    Ok after day of searching, the SnowLeo version on snow leopard finally works on my

    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, build 7600)
    AMD Phenom X4 9750 Quad-Core Processor 2.4GHz
    8192MB RAM
    Gateway DX4300-03
    ATI Radeon HD 4650
    AMD 780G Chipset
    Southbridge: AMD ID439D

    Right after it says installation successful, it says to restart my pc which i gratefully do then even without restartin gi get the buzzer! http://yfrog.com/0xdsci7117j
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    Hi there,
    That is almost like your processor and kernel.
    What is the version/release of your SL?
    What is your BIOS settings?
    Your custom selections?
    And bootflags?


    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi there,
    That is almost like your processor and kernel.
    What is the version/release of your SL?
    What is your BIOS settings?
    Your custom selections?
    And bootflags?


    Regards,
    it is the SnowLeo Mac OS X 10.6.2 and what setting exactly in the Bios are you looking for??? and i selected no bootloaders with SMBIOSResolver, Legacy_AHCI fix, AMD Patch, i will get more updated info tomorrow just list what you need to help me. thnx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x3rmlygood View Post
    it is the SnowLeo Mac OS X 10.6.2 and what setting exactly in the Bios are you looking for??? and i selected no bootloaders with SMBIOSResolver, Legacy_AHCI fix, AMD Patch, i will get more updated info tomorrow just list what you need to help me. thnx.
    Hi,
    I wonder why you selected no bootloader?
    Did you select DSDT patches? What kernel?

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi,
    I wonder why you selected no bootloader?
    Did you select DSDT patches? What kernel?

    Cheers,
    if i am not mistaken a boot132 is a bootloader. and i don't know what the DSDT patches are and my kernel is the chocolate which did not work. Am gonna try the Modbin kernel then the Legacy 10.6.3 kernel. i will take a video of the whole install process then you guys should be able to help more. Thnx.


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    Hi,
    So, are you using retail DVD or distro release?
    Boot132 without modification usually for retail DVD. Yours is AMD system so there will be more modification of system files/kernel needed.

    Regards,

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    Am using a Distro and i use Boot132 to choose between booting Windows or a Mac partiton.

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    Alright,
    You can try that and see what happens.
    Boot132 is for partition selection only, I think, you may need Chameleon to call extra files/driver for booting process.

    Good luck,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Alright,
    You can try that and see what happens.
    Boot132 is for partition selection only, I think, you may need Chameleon to call extra files/driver for booting process.

    Good luck,
    Thnx and just to be clear in order to use a new kernel i downloaded i just replace it by pasting it in the install DVD and overwriting?

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    Ok i just got done with the video i promised YouTube - Snow Leopard Installation


 

 
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