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Kernal Panic-Dual Boot Setup


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OK so I'm a dumbass and was typing unmount instead of umount! New to this Mac thing so whatever.

 

Anyway, got Windows 7 installed on a new partition and now trying to boot to my OSX partition. I installed the OSX boot pen and it comes up but when I select my OSX drive, I get a kernal panic:

 

Version mis-match between Kernel and CPU PM

 

Mac OS Version:

Not yet Set

 

Kernal version:

Darwin Kernel Version 10.6.0

System model name: Macbookpro5,1

 

I have update to 10.6.6 and installed EDP latest version 5 I think.

 

Any suggestions?

 

thanks

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Do this...

 

1. Boot into single mode by typing:

 

-s -v [enter]

 

In chameleon

 

Mount your harddisk (i says on the screen howto do that)

 

Then remove your /Extra folder by typing:

 

rm -R /Extra

 

Reboot the computer and boot of a clean leppy pen (the one of the wiki)

 

once you are in osx, install bootloader (665) and a EDP 1.5 rc6 from the forum...

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Do this...

 

1. Boot into single mode by typing:

 

-s -v [enter]

 

In chameleon

 

Mount your harddisk (i says on the screen howto do that)

 

Then remove your /Extra folder by typing:

 

rm -R /Extra

 

Reboot the computer and boot of a clean leppy pen (the one of the wiki)

 

once you are in osx, install bootloader (665) and a EDP 1.5 rc6 from the forum...

 

 

Alright, here is what I get:

 

1. I insert my Install Stick which is an image about 2 months old from the OSX Latitude site that I downloaded (This was also used originally to install OS X)

2. I hit F12 and boot to USB stick.

3. The green Chameleon comes up with text at the top left - Darwin/x86 boot v5.0.132 - Chameleon v2.0-RC3 r658 Build date 2009-09-06 comes up

4. My options are: Mac OS X Install USB Stick or GatorMac (the name of my install)

5. If I cursor over GatorMac and enter -s -v [Enter], it goes for about 5 sec and then stops after: Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 10.6.0 blah blah blah; System uptime in nanoseconds: 511969814 and then does nothing!

6. If I leave the cursor over Mac OS X Install USB Stick and enter -s -v [Enter] it goes a little longer but stops at the same point as number 5 above EXCEPT it now says Darwin Kernel Version 10.0.0 blah blah System uptime=21115620666

 

Either way the system stops at this point

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