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I'm trying to install iAtkos L2 but...Apple Freeze, PCI Configuration Begin, "=" "-"


Hi everybody!

I'm trying to install iAtkos L2 on my PC by DVD image (I burn the .dmg original image).

These are the technical aspects of my Desktop:

Motherboard: Intel DG43GT

CPU: Intel? Pentium? Dual CPU E2180 @ 2.00GHz 2.00 GHz

RAM: 8,00 GB

Video Card: SAPPHIRE Radeon HD5450

Bios Settings that I changed:

Execute Disable Bit: Enable

XD: Enable

Limite CPUID Max: disabilitato

Virtualizzazione: feature is not present in bios

Hyper-Threading: feature is not present in bios

HPET: feature is not present in bios

SATA Mode: feature is not present in bios

I boot from the dvd and it loads iATKOS L2.

After this I can see the picture of the apple but it remains in this state permanently, no signs of life and there isn't the loading wheel.

In the boot menu of iAtkos L2, if I click "Boot Verbose" it freezes at the sentence "PCI Configuration Begin".

I read that it's possible solve this problem by type in the boot line commands like these:

"Boot up with -v -x npci=0x2000 pci=off busratio=20 (i've searched on the net...)

or -v -x npci=0x3000 pci=off "

you can see the thread at: Need to help! Freeze when just solve error "PCI Configuration Begin"

So I tryed to type one of the command but in the iAtkos L2's boot line I cant't write the signs "-" and "=", if I try to write they come the signs "/" and "(".

So I don't know how to solve these problems and continue the installation.

Can you Help me please?

Thanks you very much.

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