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EasyEFI v2.2 1.0

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EasyEFI it is free alternative of Rebel EFI and Empire EFI makes installation of Mac OS X Snow Leopard Retail/Server on your computer with any processor.




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When i clicked on installation , it just came out white screen and nothing. After while it just automatically reboot my PC. Could you tell me what happen.

I did follow all your steps from first step to the end.

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I have core i7, motherboard: ga-x58a-ud3r videocare: HD 5830. I put in the cd in the tray, and put in 10.6.3 retail and press F5. Computer stuck

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I tried this and found it very easy if I followed all the steps given in the link above... but... running the EFI install after SL is installed messes some things up, even if I deselect everything possible. e.g. if I use OSx86Tools to set EFI string for my GFX card it works but if I then run the install it's blown away & I have to do it over. Trying to install the Legacy ALC889 fails ("kext improperly installed") message while installer is working. An interesting thing is that if I boot using the EasyEFI CD, the sound works and so does the GFX card but booting from HDD, they don't work. What's different about the EFI loaded when booting from CD and the one installed on the HDD?

Also booting from the HDD leaves me at a boot: prompt and I need to have a PS2 keyboard attached to hit enter as a USB does not work with the installed EFI (but does with the CD?!?). How can I get it to boot without stopping at the prompt?

The system: MSI mobo w/ G41/ICH7 chipset, 4GB RAM, ALC889 audio codec, BFG GF8600GT w/ 512MB

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Update: mostly have everything working now. Had it install VoodooHDA to get sound & used OSX86Tools to set EFI string for GFX card. Still would like like to have it not stop at boot: prompt but expect a new Chameleon build w/o the debug point set will fix that. Don't have the expertise (or the tools) or would fix it myself ;-)

Thanks for the good work dangreen! Truly is easy...

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P6T, HD 4670, i7 920

Was hoping not to have to replace all my hardware.

Installed fine without any hickups with -v -x -f busratio=20.

Post install I have a boot-loop because of missing dsdt.aml. Message reads:

Couldn't find table DSDT.aml

Any Suggestions?

Peace,

Gino

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