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Black Screen After Boot on (Snow_Leopard_10.6.1-10.6.2_SSE2_SSE3_Intel_AMD_by_Hazard.iso), and 10.6.6i

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Boot with
GraphicsEnabler=No -v -f
See if that makes any difference.

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Ok, try booting to safe mode with -x -v

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If that isn't working then try with NVEnabler64.kext. If that doesn't work use osx86tools and generate an efi string for your card, put this in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist.

I don't know much about distros to be honest, they spell disaster in 95% of cases as you just don't know what's been done to the files.
If you aren't prepared to try a retail install I really don't know what to suggest.
FYI I bought my Snow Leopard 10.6.3 retail disk on eBay for £8 including postage, and that was nearly 2 years ago. It's not like they're expensive.





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