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Dell Core 2 Duo - Chameleon Build 2012-04-01 - PCI Configuration Issue

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Hi,

I tried the switches below but it gets stuck at

[PCI Configuration begins]

have tried the following switches. But no results.

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No"

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No SMBIOS=No"

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No ncpi=0x2000"

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No ncpi=0x2000 SMBIOS=No"

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No ncpi=0x3000"

"-v GraphicsEnabler=No ncpi=0x3000 SMBIOS=No"

Have anyone had similar problems and solved it?

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Hi kyndder,

Thank you for the reply :)

I have another question. The iso with the Chameleon loader is patched recently, Feb 2012. It seems to be working for most people. I have an a BIOS (2008, Dell Laptop) which seems to be latest one available. So I switched SATA to ACHI but I dont know whether there is some other setting, which I cant change.

Could it be a hardware limitation of some sort? Just a noob doubt :(

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Hi kyndder,

Thank you for the reply :)

I have another question. The iso with the Chameleon loader is patched recently, Feb 2012. It seems to be working for most people. I have an a BIOS (2008, Dell Laptop) which seems to be latest one available. So I switched SATA to ACHI but I dont know whether there is some other setting, which I cant change.

Could it be a hardware limitation of some sort? Just a noob doubt :(

There`s about 4 or 5 monthly Chamleon`s updates... Is always better keep Chameleon updated....

Use Chameleon Wizard to update your boot loader...

About your BIOS, some people have to down date and others update the BIOS in order to run OS X properly...

If you have everything OK, just leave as is...

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