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Kernel Panic (cpu 1 caller 0xffffff800064b94a)
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Been trying to install Niresh on my Dell D830 but running into Kernel Panic. Tried installing with following flags:

npci = 0 -v -f PCIRootUID=0
-v -x GraphicsEnabler=Yes
-v -x GraphicsEnabler=No
-x -v -f acpi=off PCIRootUID=0
-x -v -f acpi=off PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=No
USBBusFix=Yes -x -v

Laptop config is:

CPU: Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T9500 Penryn Socket P
RAM: 3GB DDR2
Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro NVS 135M

 

Screengrab: http://imgur.com/FtE8rMr

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Is there any quotations after  0xffffff800064b94a? Try adding -v cpus=2, if it fails, boot into safemode with -v cpus=2

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Is there any quotations after  0xffffff800064b94a? Try adding -v cpus=2, if it fails, boot into safemode with -v cpus=2

 

Yes, it says "A kext releasing a(n) OSArray has corrupted the registry. "@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-2422.1.72/libkern/c++/OSObject.cpp:218

 

Tried with -v cpus=2 and -v cpus=2 -s but still going into kernel panic.

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Yes, it says "A kext releasing a(n) OSArray has corrupted the registry. "@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-2422.1.72/libkern/c++/OSObject.cpp:218

 

Tried with -v cpus=2 and -v cpus=2 -s but still going into kernel panic.

Did you load Niresh onto a USB, or did you burn it onto a DVD? Either way, it sounds like something was corrupted during the process. Re download Niresh and perform a fresh install with that, make sure the correct kernels (if any) are selected. The motherboard (HN195) may not be compatible (only 256MB of video memory). Also - Try going into your BiOS, and disabling your Wifi then retry the installation. 

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Did you load Niresh onto a USB, or did you burn it onto a DVD? Either way, it sounds like something was corrupted during the process. Re download Niresh and perform a fresh install with that, make sure the correct kernels (if any) are selected. The motherboard (HN195) may not be compatible (only 256MB of video memory). Also - Try going into your BiOS, and disabling your Wifi then retry the installation. 

 

Loaded Niresh onto a USB. Is there no MD5 checksum avaiblable to check size of downloaded file?

Tried with disabling WiFi, but no success.

Thanks for your help.

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