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  1. Yes, I know that if I get this to work, it probably will run like crap, but I don't really mind. Specs: Intel Pentium M 753 @ 1.2GHz Intel 855GME Chipset 1GB of RAM I'm using ModUSB to attempt to install Snow Leopard, but after pressing enter, waiting a bit, then proceeding after it says "press any key to continue," it will continue on for about one more second and then freeze. I guess it is kernel panic, but it didn't look like it to me at first (my first Hackintosh was Sierra on a MUCH newer laptop, and the KP looked much different there). I'm wondering what might help me out here? I have tried many bootflags (-v -x acpi=off arch=i386 cpus=1 PCIRootUID=1) to no avail. I thought about maybe a patched kernel, but I'm not sure. I have attached a picture of what it looks like when it freezes.
  2. Hello, I downloaded OS X Lion.app and used Uni Beast to create a bootable USB install drive. It gets me to the installer screen and when I go ahead and click on install, it loads for a while and then my computer freezes, so I can't even save the install log to the USB, help please? System Specs : Dell Inspiron 1520 with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and NVIDIA 8400 GS for a GPU. I was running Windows 8.1 Pro before, but now I've formatted the disk so I have nothing except this USB for now.
  3. The latest obstacle between me and my first hackintosh using OSX YOSEMITE: ? I used WIndows 7 to build an installer USB using Deepak's guide for a windows 7 USB installer. ? I included the latest FakeSMC and NullCPUPowerManagement kexts in the clover bootloader (EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.10). ? I added what I assume to be the necessary boot flags to clover's config.plist by adding the following lines at the top of config.plist, after the opening plist and dictionary tags. <key>Arguments</key> <string>kext-dev-mode=1 GraphicsEnabler=yes -v npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1</string> ? Clover does not recognize these flags on its own. When I booted without manual flags I did not get the verbose boot I asked for in arguments (Do I need to move the closing key tag for arguments so that the string is nested inside?)? ? Anyway, when I entered the above boot flags manually and tried to boot, the PC shut down and restarted very early in the boot process. Here's the last screen I saw before reboot: ? ? ? ? Immediately after the final line my computer shuts down. I only got this shot bc I was justsitting there waiting for it .? ? Does anyone have an idea what the problem could be?? I wonder if I made a mistake building the USB? I could try again using OSX. ? I attached the above image to this post. ? I'd really appreciate any help or advice you guys can offer.? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  4. Hello guys. I have recently installed OS X on my AMD PC. I used iATKOS S3 v2 and mostly all is working fine. But I have a serious issue. Whenever I insert a DVD or CD into the disk tray, OS X does not mount it. I went to Disk Utility and the disk is listed there, but it cannot be mounted onto the desktop which means I can't open it. Also, I can only boot in safe mode. If I don't type "-x", it just completely restarts the entire system. Should I try to re install OS X (again...)? I also believe I selected the correct drivers and kexts in the customization screen during the OS X installation. Please help. Thank you!
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