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Problems booting snow leopard


Hey guys,

I succesfully installed Snow Leopard.

After a BIOS-update I was able to install Snow Leopard using I Boot and the PCIRootUID=1 command.

But... I still need to boot it with I Boot and the PCIRootUID command.

When I tried to install Multi Beast it showed up an error.

And now I got Chameleon up and running, but it doesnt work.

It even stops the computer booting an installation on USB or DVD!

I guess the error is somewhere in Chameleon or my DSDT but I'm not sure.

There was a time i saw the verbose saying something about DSDT or something, but i don't know what exactly and what command i tried to show that.

Can anybody help me?

I will show a picture of the booting error when i use the command PCIRootUID=1 -v when im booting from the installed Chameleon. [screens are below]

Thanks in advance,



Motherboard: ASUS Maximus II Formula

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad 9450

RAM: OCZ ReaperX HPC 4GB DDR2-1000

Graphics Card: ASUS EAH5870 (ATI 5870)

Sound Card: SupremeFX with Creative X-Fi chip (came with my Motherboard)

WLAN Card: DLink DWA-556


Chameleon with first command


PCIRootUID=1 -v


PCIRootUID=1 -x -v


PCIRootUID=1 cpus=1 -v


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If you updated your pc bios, then you must start fresh for your DSDT. There was more than likely a change in the bios update. I would extract dsdt from scratch, patch and replace the old one.

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