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D620 (NVidia) 10.7 doesn't boot


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I've installed 10.8 through MyHack with the Extra files as described here:

 

http://argo.osxlatitude.com/edp/pre-installation/

 

But as there's no 10.8 pack, I've used the 10.7 one.

 

So far so good, after fixing a boot problem (because the boot plist was set to i386) and after deleting VoodooTSCSync (because it would hang on en0::IO88211Interface::postMessage bssid changed) I'm stuck on another thing now:

 

ACPI_SMA_PlatformPlugin::registerLPCDriver - WARNING - LPC device initialization failed: C-state power management not initialized

 

See this image:

 

post-9072-0-04496300-1361720591_thumb.jpg

 

I've used the correct DSDT.aml in /Extra

I've tried deleting it (because I have the modified A10 bios which would not need a DSDT) but it won't work. I'm stuck on this and don't know what to do next.

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Strange, the touchpad works, but I get the "turn on the mouse and keyboard" animation on install.

Connected an old Apple keyboard + mighty mouse (wireless, no clue if it will work) but it still gives that screen?

 

-edit- nevermind: wireless mighty mouse just works now and I could continue.

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After installing + installing EDP it doesn't want to boot after chameleon. Not with or without the USBBusFix=No.

When booting -v it's stuck at:

 

Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/mach_kernel] 7948352 bytes

 

Tried:

 

GraphicsEnabler=No

platform=ACPI

-x

-f

 

and combinations. Doesn't boot.

When using a chameleon boot cd which I found somewhere I am able to boot, but then it doesn't see my touchpad (it does work in a small part left) and keyboard (although it does work). Any ideas on this?

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Sounds like following EDP installation, you have the issue of NVRAM + incorrect Chameleon boot loader, hence no boot!

 

So, you should either remove FileNVRAM.dylib from /Extra/modules or update your Cham boot loader to r2169 or above. This has been talked about many many times recently. Do a little search on the forum, I've even posted boot file r2170 if memory serves me right.

 

Re: trackpad, make sure to select Voodoo PS2 controller (ALPS) in the list when you do your system build. I think it select ANV-Slice by default.

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