You are either running an
The following solution has been reported to work on both systems. Chances are good that the solution might be working for you aswell.
You have been using the auto update feature in Mac OS X to update to 10.5.7. Instead of restarting your system crashs during reboot.
You made a backup of your system before, right? Then Restore your backup of 10.5.6, if you didn’t backup: skip this step and give the rest a try anyway.
|Native Apple Mac||Hackintosh|
|00. (restore backup of 10.5.6)||00. (restore backup of 10.5.6)|
|01. shutdown your Mac||01. shutdown your Hackintosh|
|02. turn it on again and immediately||02. turn it on again and in Darwin boot menu|
|03. keep holding the SHIFT KEY||03. in Darwin Boot Menu apply these parameters: -x -f|
|04. you Mac will boot into SAFE MODE||04. your Hackintosh will boot into SAFE MODE and recreate the MKext|
|05. Login to Leopard||05. Login to Leopard|
|06. Download Combo Update 10.5.7 (Link)||06. Download Combo Update 10.5.7 (Link)|
|07. Ignore the Auto Update feature||07. Ignore the Auto Update feature|
|08. Install downloaded Combo Update 10.5.7||08. Install downloaded Combo Update 10.5.7|
In case there is still something fishy. You may try to repair permissions after updating to 10.5.7, by following these additional steps:
|09. Boot with your Install DVD||09. Boot with Boot 132 CD and boot your Retail Install DVD|
|10. Start Disk Utility||10. Start Disk Utility|
|11. Repair Permissions||11. Repair Permissions|
|12. Keep Praying||12. Keep Praying|
|13. reboot||13. reboot|
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