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    Default I change proc on my HAKpc with no succes.

    I using C336 (MOBO intel 945 gtp) - so slowly. Try change proc with pentium D945 (with hope). BIOS identified proc, OS start loading... And PC freez on spinning sun - GUI not working. Return Celeron back. OS loading OK.
    iDeneb 10.5.7. If information not enough i send more. Please help people!



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    You can try boot options

    -x -v -f

    to force system/startup caches rebuilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    You can try boot options

    -x -v -f

    to force system/startup caches rebuilt.
    Thanks for council. I try -x -v -f combination. In safe mode OS loding successful. New sys startap without key cause freez my hacpc.
    In safe mode "About this mac" application show Pentium D proc with 3.4 G freq, but 1 core. Say some words.....

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    There would be several issues.
    Once caches cleared, it should run in normal mode with your new CPU.
    There are actual CPU detection, about this mac, kernel selection.

    Look at Activity monitor, at bottom tab for CPU, there should be two graphs representing your 2 CPU's.
    About this mac could be modified with OSX86Tools.
    What kernel are you using? For Celeron maybe Voodoo 9.7?
    Vanilla kernel would not be very good on your CPU's.
    Last edited by ratvn; 07-29-2010 at 10:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    There would be several issues.
    Once caches cleared, it should run in normal mode with your new CPU.
    There are actual CPU detection, about this mac, kernel selection.

    Look at Activity monitor, at bottom tab for CPU, there should be two graphs representing your 2 CPU's.
    About this mac could be modified with OSX86Tools.
    What kernel are you using? For Celeron maybe Voodoo 9.7?
    Vanilla kernel would not be very good on your CPU's.
    Thanks for your activity.
    1. I mount onboard new CPU and boot with -x-v-f combination (
    OS load OK and 1core shown). Then i reboot in normal mode without success. With -v key i seen boot process. On PD proc OS stop loadind after 5 strings with Nvinj..... on the beginning. On Celeron after Nvinj... strings "VoodooPower.kext" strings displayed, and GUI almost immediately visualized. I think may be "VoodooPower.kext" not work properly on Pentium proc.
    2. On install time i use CPU=1 fix and now second core (-x) not visible. How i can remov CPU=1 fix AND "VoodooPower.kext"?
    3. Where i can see kernel name ?
    4. This my first Mac OS installation - and only onboard net not working - i amazed.
    (sorry - my english not quite right)


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    It would be easier for you to reinstall OSX instead of repairing it because you need to install/delete several kexts and modify some .plist files.

    Backup your important files and boot the install DVD with your new CPU to see if you can get to installer screen.
    The best kernel for yours may be Qoopz/Anv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    It would be easier for you to reinstall OSX instead of repairing it because you need to install/delete several kexts and modify some .plist files.

    Backup your important files and boot the install DVD with your new CPU to see if you can get to installer screen.
    The best kernel for yours may be Qoopz/Anv.
    I take this thought and think that way more easier (i'm not macosguru). I try with another hd (current 80Gb only).

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    Continue my speach. I'm reinstall ideneb 10.5.7 with Intel d945 proc onboard.
    Mobo d945gtp. Working, but activity monitor shown 1 core. And sound (stac 9220 or 9223) not workig. I forget how i get success previously (may be check AC97). LAN not tested - not needed for me now. Help me to activate 2 cores.

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    There are several things to check though.
    Boot loader, CPU ID injection, system ID etc..
    Check under System Profiler to see what OSX ID your system.
    Post your Boot.plist to see if there is any entry limiting your CPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    There are several things to check though.
    Boot loader, CPU ID injection, system ID etc..
    Check under System Profiler to see what OSX ID your system.
    Post your Boot.plist to see if there is any entry limiting your CPU.
    Work with this occasionally - now continue. Sound start play from blue connector (hi-hi). I look trough Boot.plist. This file too simple. May be add hardly into Boot.plist Kernel flag cpus=2?


 

 
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