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  1. I selected MBR when I created the drive, and Lion itself is fully functional. It's just chameleon that's behaving poorly.
  2. That would involve reformatting, and I have windows with files installed, so I want to avoid that if possible.
  3. I'm running lion right now, I just can't boot off the Mac partition with Chameleon, I need to use my myHack drive to boot.
  4. I have Windows 7 and am trying to install lion as a dual-boot.
  5. I have the latest chameleon (2262) installed with the chameleon package I downloaded.
  6. I did the method herve said above to no avail, and I also added the Wake string to my org.chameleon.Boot.plist. Now it loads the HFS+ files, and then it reboots.
  7. I installed lion, it turns out I was using the wrong boot pack (I used the high res when I had low res). But I need to use the myHack USB drive to boot to my OSX, whenever I try to boot from my main HDD I always get Sleep Image is too old by x. Use ForceWake=y to override. "x" always varies. It stays at that message for about 5 seconds then reboots. I tried using ForceWake=y and it didn't do anything. I used Chameleon Wizard to install the latest chameleon to my mac drive but it never worked even after the install before I updated. Also when I boot my drive, it says boot0: done, as if chameleon was loading, but then it loads BCD, from my Windows 7 installation.
  8. Yea I have VoodoTSCSync.kext in the E/E folder. I'll try replacing the IOATAFamily kext with the one from my snow installation. UPDATE: IOATAFamily.kext did nothing.
  9. Doing that got me past the panic, and I was able to get nito the installer using safe mode. But now the installer still freezes about a minute after it starts, and it wasn't able to scan the disks on my computer.
  10. So I'm working on upgrading my snow leopard partition to lion on my Dell Latitude D830. Last night I made a generic myHack installation onto a 16GB sandisk cruzer, and I booted my computer into the installer. However, after about 5 minutes in the installer, the computer completely froze, and I had to hold the power button to shut it off. Then I formatted and recreated the myHack installer, this time using a bootpack for the high-res intel graphics card. It started booting with a kernel panic, which I resolved by using arch=X86_64. After it passed that point, it froze with the message: Cannot alloc class Intel 965 My computer specs are: -> Intel Core 2 Duo Processor -> Standard Mobo -> Intel Mobile 965 Graphics
  11. I recently installed Hackintosh on my D830 laptop, dual-booting with Windows 7. I must have screwed up somewhere, because when I booted up my Macintosh installation it had no display. It displayed until the loading screen (the apple) disappeared. It played the welcome song, however there was no visual display. It could've been the fact I didn't select a VGA, because I wasn't sure if my laptop's built-in screen already had it's drivers installed. I used iFail 10.6.3 installation, and my computer has an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and Intel GM965 Video Card.
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