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D430 10.6.6 EDP 1.5 SleepEnabler Kernel Panic


Shawn
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Hi All, I installed OSX10.6.3 using the D620SLV1.iso from this guide on my d430 using the and then upgraded to 10.6.6 and ran EDP 1.5rc3 on this site. I then enabled sleep using the guidehere and it seemed to work fine for a of days. I then started to play with the edptool and the fixme options and i think i ran the one about enabling sleep and also installed the powerpack (edit: this is the cause for sure), but when I rebooted I was immediately met with a kernel panic

 

SleepEnabler: Registering PowerManagement dispatch table.

panic... ~Version mismatch between Kernel and CPU PM

...

Kernel Extentions in backtrace

sk.triais.kext.SleepEnabler(10.5.0) ...

 

 

Soo I figured something i did must have installed the wrong version of the SleepEnabler.kext and all I had to do was remove it and replace it by the correct version. So i put in the D620LSV1 cd and swaped it out for my 10.6.3 OSX install DVD and it just hanged. Trying again with the -v options i found that the installer was stuck in a loop repeating the message "Waiting for root device" every minute or so.

 

SO now i'm completely stuck!! I can't boot my osx (even with the -x or -s modes) without a kernel nor boot the OSX DVD to fix the kernel panic. I even went so far as to try and fix the problem using a ubuntu live CD i have, but i was unable to mount the HFS+ drive in read write mode!

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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