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Postinstallation Issues- Getting Stuck At Boot (Fujitsu Q900)

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Hi there folks! I'm new to this community so please be gentle if I forget something :-)


I got an Fujitsu Esprimo Q900 (size of an Mac mini) so for weeks I'm trying to get Niresh's 10.8.2 installer working on my System.

The installation went down smooth without any problems (is that a good sign concerning my hardware?) but after restart I get stuck...


My Systems Specs are:

CPU: Intel Celeron B800 @1,5GHz (2x)

Chipset: QM76

motherbord: fujitsu

graphics: onboard



I used several flags in all kinds of combinations:

-v -x cpus=1 PCIRootUID=1/0 UserKernelCache=No/Yes GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No npci=0x3000/2000

I researched in all different kinds of forums with similar problems but it seems that no one ever tried running OSX86 on a Q900...


Bios settings:


hdd mode=ahci

Intel VT-d=deactivated (read that this might cause problems isn't needed anyway)

Intel Virtualization technology= enabled



I know my hardware is probably to old or just not ready for OSX86 but because there was no thread that said- OSX86 and Q900 DOES NOT WORK

I gave it a try, so if you guys know better then let me know so I can stop waisting hours for this machine ;-)


Any help would be appreciated!

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-v brought me the following messages:



Waiting for DSMOS...

Previous Shutdown Cause: 5

ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) timed out

Transcript Offline - Buffer Poll Allocate [181000] failed

DSMOS has arrived

[iOBluetoothHCIController][start] -- completed Stuck at this point!

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