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optides
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« on: July 25, 2010, 04:39:38 pm »

Since assembling a Snow Leopard Hackintosh on a Dell Mini 10v, I have found it crashes to a kernel panic screen, and restarts to the same, whenever I have permitted the offered Mac OS X Snow Leopard updates to load.

I have noticed no mention of this problem from others in the Forum.

My solution so far is to keep my 8 GB USB drive handy, and merely reformat the hard drive and reload Snow Leopard.  Rather a waste of time, but it works.

For the last month I have not permitted Snow Leopard updates, and all has been well.  Today I mistakenly said yes to an update, and got the kernel panic screen.

Any easy fixes, step-arounds?   Or should I just avoid OS updates (or go to Ubuntu for my operating system?)

Thank you.
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bokz2
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« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2010, 01:14:03 pm »

you can check out.

Code:
http://www.mydellmini.com/forum/dell-mini-10v-mac-os-x-discussion/20024-dell-10v-update-os-x-10-6-3-problem.html

discussing problems related to the 10.6.3 update on the mini 10v.

from

Code:
http://www.hackintoshlaptop.com/hackintosh-dell-mini-10v-updated-to-os-x-10-6-3/
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