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MacBook Pro 10.6 installation


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Hi All,

I am having the new MacBook Pro which comes along with the 10.6.3 and I try to image the macbook in my office using Casper Suite as well as DeployStudio, its gives me a stop sign. And I tried with a generic 10.6 CD it gives me 'chinese screen', Which pop up with a power on sign and states you need to restart your machine. The new MacBook the motherboard chipset is changed.

Anybody face this problem at anytime? In my entire career I never comes up with such a situation that we cant install a generic OS to any Apple Machine. Please help me to find out why it is happening.

Thanks and Regards

Paul
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Did you upgrade the RAM?

If so put the RAM that shipped with the Macbook Pro back in and try again.
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Hi,

I forget to mention one thing, that I can install the 10.6.3 comes along with the machine.
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