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Default A06 BIOS KP caught red handed doing a 10.6.2 backflip !! (pic) - 12-14-2009, 12:25 PM

When attempting the A06 method, several times, I got "random" KP's, but the kind that don't show the error, ergo, the multilanguage grey power-off-button sign.

I managed to get these while trying to update to 10.6.2 ! This with 0.8.3 RC4 obviously, but it just wouldn't do it 'til the end, neither the ComboUpdate, nor cloning with CCC.

Combo vs Software Update do the same KP.

didnt test much else, apps etc. It does update to 10.6.1 fine, but I always imediately do a clone image to save up on re-install time and hassles, but, even on 10.6.1, CCC would KP around 70%.

Anyway, got this sucker on different install + update. Though it would help devs.

Always the batterymanager it seems.

CCC does not display the KP

Got fed up, tried like 5 times, downgraded to A04
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The BlackMini 10v | 2GB | Seagate 320GB 7,200 rpm | A06 -> A04 (NBI 0.8.3 RC5) | OSX 10.6.2 | Voodoo Power Mini (w/ Sleep Stepping) | ******* My easy 10v trackpad and palm rest mod ->
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Default 12-14-2009, 08:25 PM

Interesting, I used vdbat, no panic. I imagine the applebat source has been modded for the 10v, I'll look for it.
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