spectheintro, on Jun 28 2010, 04:18 PM, said:
the screenshot you posted is far too blurry; I can't make the text out. The first kernel panic you were getting was because of AppleHDA, which is your sound kext. Follow my guide's steps again to get to a working Leopard install, install Snow Leopard, then go into your Library\System\Extensions folder on Snow Leopard and DELETE any instance of AppleHDA.kext. Afterwards, copy over all of the kexts in "a chance for snow" to the extensions folder, then drag that folder onto Kext Utility. Let it finish, then drag Kext Utility to Snow Leopard's apps, and restart. That should fix your issue.
Ok, I'm going to try that now but it isn't necessary that I have to use RAID right? Because I am just using IDE, will that change anything? Furthermore, I only have one internal hard drive and that only.
And also, terribly sorry about the picture, I was in the process of taking a better picture when I received your response, so I will just do this method and see the outcome. Thanks for the reply and once I have finished my installation I will let you know the results. Thanks again.