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  1. Hey guys... this is my first thread on osx86, i usually don't post on forums but this has really been bugging me lately. I successfully boot into the installation but when i get to the part where you want to install OSX it doesn't show my hard drive. Not even in Disk Utility. I have one SSD with W7, and another HDD with games. Both are in AHCI mode, and both are MBR. The thing that makes me laugh, is when i plug in my 8gb usb or my portable hard drive, it shows up perfectly. Also, i try the same disc on my mother's HP laptop, and her hard drive pops up no problem (not sure if her's is in AHCI or MBR). I have a M5A99X evo, amd fx-8320, 12gb ram, and i use these flags when i boot: "Kernel Cache"=\amd arch-i386 colors=32 maxmem=4096 -v As an example for what my BIOS looks like, look at this video at 1:14 : It's pretty much like that for my SATA Configuration, they both say AHCI. I don't know if that is the correct place to change it to AHCI? I also tried changing SATA ports if that helps. If ANYBODY can give me any tips or help it would be much grateful. Thanks!
  2. Everything works great without a problem but the 32bit apps like utorrent and ralink wireless utility, everytime I try and open one of those I get application has quit unexpectedly The only bootflags I use when I boot are npci=0x2000 and -v. I would greatly appreciate it if anyone can help me!
  3. Buenas, tengo un sony vaio vgn-fw21e y he intentado varias veces instalarle el os lion 10.7.3 con iATKOS l2. La instalación se hace perfectamente, pero luego me da un error al arrancar y por ello he tenido que restaurar la pc varias veces, entonces por favor, alguien podría ayudarme? entiendo bastante poco sobre este tema, muchas gracias
  4. I installed Mac OSX Lion 10.7.3 via Kakewalk 4.5. I've solved every problem include ATI HD 6950 next and boot problem. I couldn't find any solution to audio problem. Any Idea for solution? Thank You Cpu: Core 2 Duo 6850 3Ghz Mainboard: Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR Ram: 4 x 2Gb 800Mhz DDR2 Graphics: ATI HD 6950
  5. I decided to install Lion 10.7.3 on my HP laptop. I downloaded the dmg file, turned it into a iso file using a program called "Dmg2img" and burned it onto a disk. I installed iATKOS L2 onto my laptop using the disk and it was successful. (I did not use a partion, I just set Lion as my main and only operating system so I changed my entire HD to a Mac format.) But now, every time I boot up my laptop the Apple logo pops up for about a second, then a grey screen overlaps it saying I need to restart my computer in several different languages. It does the same when I try to boot my iATKOS L2 installation disk. I tried to use many flags like "cpus=1" and "-x" "-v" "-f" and "GraphicsEnabler=No/Yes" but they didn't help. When I booted up using "-v" or "-s" it never got to the "root" line, it always stopped at something that said "System uptime in nanoseconds: 954320515". The closest I've gotten to booting was when I used "cpus=1" and that was when it was just stuck at the apple logo. I've been trying to find help but haven't yet. I'm hoping this site will help me out. Thanks! (There are some pics below of the screens I get). "Please restart computer" screen: Screen when I used "-v" or "-s": Specs: I have a HP Pavillion g7 Notebook PC BiOS Version: F. 32 Processor: Intel? Core i3 CPU M370 @2.40gz Ram: 4GB Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Card PLEASE HELP! D:
  6. how to install mac os 10.7.3 with a -x flag??? i heard that solves my problem??? please help
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