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  1. Hello, I am trying for days to boot into Mountain Lion, I probably reinstalled it god know how many times with different things... but it's the same every time... Right now, when I try to boot it hangs and says that I need to restart. When I booted verbosely, I saw that it hangs here. I installed using this guide. My Bootloader is Chameleon-2.1svn-r2030 I am trying to install on Acer Aspire 5738G with the following specs: 4GB RAM DDR3 | 500GB HDD Space Intel Core2Duo T6600 @ 2x2.20GHz nVidia GeForce G105M 512MB with CUDA (works fine with NVEnabler) Atheros AR9280 (WLAN, OOB) I tried a lot of different boot flags, like '-v', '-f', '-F', '-npci=0x2000', 'PCIRootUID=0/1', etc, but nothing worked. And yes, I tried safe boot, it boots (sometime boots, sometimes it doesn't - go figure...) but it doesn't fix anything. Tried with different NullCPUPowerManagement and FakeSMC kexts, also tried fresh install and recreated my usb installation with the Extras folder of my working Lion, but that didn't worked too... Mountain Lion is apperantly a stubborn cat... so, can somebody help me tame it? Do you have any suggestions on what could it be, do you need to know anything else for my system? Just ask! Just for info: My previous working SL and L were all distros, not vanilla installs like this one, I just wanted to point that out :-) Thanks in advance!
  2. i'm trying to install iatkos s3 v2 snow leopard 10.6.3 on my pc. installation process: 1. set bios setting to cd rom priority and and option from IDE to AHCI, FROM POWER MANAGEMENT I used 32 bit mode. 2. boot up iatkos cd but typing "busratio=24 -v" without inverted commas, till now everything's perfect. 3. Now open disk utility, partition the whole new 80 gb hd to two 40 gb approx, formatted it using macos X journal extended 4. now i customize it: bootloader: chameleon v2 RC4 no change in bootloader option and patches drivers:: main hardware/sata IDE/ AHCI SATA main hardware/sound/voodoo main hardware/ps 2/voodoo main hardware/vga/nvidia/nvenablers main hardware/network/wired/realtek problem:: cd stops running after few minutes and installation hangs at 18 min, i hav tried using different cd but same problem occurs. my specs: dell 2020M monitor- 1600x900 resln. core i5-650 nvidia geforce 8400gs 2gb ram DDR3 Gigabyte motherboard: H55M S2 iball mouse and keyboard :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Please help me ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
  3. I was hoping to find a little help.. Within the BIOS i make all the suggested changes to the system configuration, the only thing I have not yet attempted would be updating the BIOS.. Using iB{censored}, I insert a newly purchased OSX 10.6.3 Install DVD, hit f5 to select MAC OS Install, and have tried various boot options such as: -v -x PCIRoot=1, -v -x PciRoot=1, and have tried with no boot options and cannot get the Installation 'wizzard'. I see that the DVD R is reading the disk in verbose mode, but at the last step the screen blanks out and forever hangs.. Any assistance on getting past this simple first step would be greatly appreciated.
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