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Boot panic before installation
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Hello,

I was trying today to install Mountain Lion 1.8.5 on my Intel PC but it got stuck on Apple Logo before installation. I tried then with -v (verbuoise mode) and it gave me a kernel panic. I will upload in a while a few pictures for the panic that it caused me. Could someone please help me in the more short time please ?

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waiting for image  :smirk:

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what kernel flag you are using try cpus=1

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I tried using this kernel flag : hp cpus=1 -v -x

This one : hp GraphicsEnabler=Yes -v -x

And this one : hp -v -x

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try vanilla installation 

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Vanilla is Installation Method ,use Macpwn

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yep Mack or Hack is required 

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any Virtual Machine virtualbox ,vmware etc,

 

last is distro ,

 

i forgot to ask System Specs ?

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So what should I do to make it (MacPwn) on my VMWare ?

 

My specs are : Intel CORE i5 M430 @2.27 GHZ

Nvidia GEFORCE G105M with CUDA.

Win 8.1

4GB RAM

Default System BIOS

2470MB Memory

HP Pavilion dv6 Laptop

 

Hope This Helps.

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Just install it on VMware or virtualbox , there are many guides for virtual machine

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Everything is good except graphics ,may be you have told me wrong graphic name ..

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I noticed a very similar error to the image you posted when I hadn't set my SATA to AHCI instead of IDE. Maybe just check that first in case.

 

Still can't get mine to run but such is life        ;)

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I cannot set my SATA to AHCI instead of IDE. I looked on my computer's manual and online and it is preset on AHCI on my BIOS. I can't change it, it is set permanently on AHCI.

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I noticed a very similar error to the image you posted when I hadn't set my SATA to AHCI instead of IDE. Maybe just check that first in case.

 

Still can't get mine to run but such is life        ;)

 

I cannot set my SATA to AHCI instead of IDE. I looked on my computer's manual and online and it is preset on AHCI on my BIOS. I can't change it, it is set permanently on AHCI.

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