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    I have a acer power f6 desktop after a few attemps of installing Hazards distro of snow leopard intel_10.6.1_10.6.2 i have finally achieve a ok working OSX on 80gb sata hdd with Intel Celeron D 2.6ghz! The only problem is that on every boot i have to boot with CPUS=1! I know its not a major issue im just wandering if there is a fix so i can get to boot without typing CPUS=1?

    ps I'm a noob at all this!



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    You can disable Second core in your BIOS. Otherwise use the Chameleon PrefPane in System Preferences to add CPUS=1 Kernel flag. Google "Add Kernel Flags+ OSX86+Snow Leopard" if you can't

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    thanks for quick response will try this later..

    i have resolved this issue by using the osx86 tools utility > add efi string/boot flag to the apple bootlist
    Last edited by gr1226; 05-19-2011 at 06:50 PM. Reason: update

 

 

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