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iAtkos L2 BSD Root hang, Installer won't boot

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Hey osx86.net, I've been having a little problem.

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I've not been able to get iAtkos L2 working on my desktop pc for the life of me, no matter what I seem to try. I've tried every boot flag combination possible, every option I can think of from bus ratios to maxmem to cpus and architectures.

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My issue is this BSD root error, I keep getting stuck at this no matter what I try. I am using an AMD machine, and using iAtkos L2 install via USB drive w/ latest Chameleon bootloader. The kernel i'm using is?2584-mach_kernel_v4_bronzovka. I can boot from the kernel, and the installer recognizes my video card as well (GTX 560 Ti) but it just won't load.

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Any help or tips would be appreciated!

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System specs:?http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02481315 (Yes, it's a prebuilt, it was a gift. AHCI can be enabled in the bios though, and it is. Replace the graphics card with a Zotac GTX 560 Ti 1024 mb)

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A picture of my hanging screen is below. I can still type and everything in this, it just wont load.

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That's your problem, you're using an AMD CPU. It's possible to get it running if you're lucky, it's very experimental, but the "rule" in hackintosh is, only Intel CPU's might work. I'm sorry.

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