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    Ok guys, I am totally new, I've tried a bunch of different methods but can't get any to work. I have the Hazard Snow Leopard that works on anything supposedly. What I'm getting stuck on is this: The step when you have to type -v, after I type this it loads a few things then my computer restarts! people told me to try typing: cpus=1 busratio=20 -v but that does the same thing, I think that it's my BIOS is the problem, they said to change certain things to enhanced but, I don't have those options! If anyone can help, It would be greatly appreciated here are my specs:


    -Windows 7 64-bit
    -AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor
    -4.0GB of RAM
    -NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430
    -500GB HD Space
    -HP Computer (HP p6203w-b)

    Please help me, I do not mind re downloading anything or going through tutorials as long as you guys can almost guarantee me to have Snow Leopard at the end of the whole thing. Thanks guys and please help!



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    Quote Originally Posted by S0N1CC View Post
    Ok guys, I am totally new

    -NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

    Please help me, I do not mind re downloading anything or going through tutorials as long as you guys can almost guarantee me to have Snow Leopard at the end of the whole thing.
    As this is hackintosh you're into and will take quite a few trials/efforts, particularly your troublesome chipsets as you've experienced, I don't know of any way to guarantee anything.

    The good news is that there are people with similar system got OSX running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    As this is hackintosh you're into and will take quite a few trials/efforts, particularly your troublesome chipsets as you've experienced, I don't know of any way to guarantee anything.

    The good news is that there are people with similar system got OSX running.
    Ok, well forget the guaranteeing part, I just need some help or something to get me going, the restart thing is the problem that I am having, and the BIOS options are not there for me to edit, I also have already tried the other commands that people have recommended to me. So any help?

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    It's not good when your computer is not booting the installation.

    There are only a few options you can try.

    In your BIOS if available, try to disable all extra CPU features, ACPI enable, power setting S3, disable legacy USB, disable USB kb/mouse, audio, network.

    Try to boot with options

    -x -v cpus=1 busratio=20

    and see if it loads the installer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    It's not good when your computer is not booting the installation.

    There are only a few options you can try.

    In your BIOS if available, try to disable all extra CPU features, ACPI enable, power setting S3, disable legacy USB, disable USB kb/mouse, audio, network.

    Try to boot with options

    -x -v cpus=1 busratio=20

    and see if it loads the installer.
    See, that's where I'm new to things, I know how to get to my BIOS, just not how to configure it. My BIOS according to Cpu-Z is this:

    Motherboard
    ------------
    Manufacturer: PEGATRON CORPORATION
    Model: NARRA5 5.00
    Chipset: NVIDIA MCP61
    Southbridge: NVIDIA MCP61 Rev. A3
    LPCIO: Fintek F8000

    BIOS
    -----
    Brand: Phoenix Technologies, LTD
    Version: 5.49
    Date: 08/06/2009

    I tried what you told me, the command you told me to put in but it did the same thing, It flashes something before it reboots, All I know is whatever it flashes, it begins with EFI... It's like a sentence


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    There's not a whole lot you can do if your system doesn't boot OSX installation. So if you've checked your BIOS, already tried the boot option entries, and you're sure the DVD is good media/iso then it's time to move to another distro release to see.
    For Leopard, iPC 10.5.6 PPF6 could be a good try, or SL iAtkos S3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    There's not a whole lot you can do if your system doesn't boot OSX installation. So if you've checked your BIOS, already tried the boot option entries, and you're sure the DVD is good media/iso then it's time to move to another distro release to see.
    For Leopard, iPC 10.5.6 PPF6 could be a good try, or SL iAtkos S3.
    PM me a link, I've searched high and low. I need a full DL, not split up into parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S0N1CC View Post
    PM me a link, I've searched high and low. I need a full DL, not split up into parts.
    You make me laughing very hard. What you're asking may not even be available.
    And one more thing, I don't PM people nor respond to others' PM if it's OSX installation related as there's nothing Personal about.
    It's your hackintosh on your computer for your own personal interest.
    Last edited by ratvn; 06-29-2010 at 07:21 AM.

 

 

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