To solve the PCI Configuration begin problem there are several ways:
1. NPCI = 0x2000 enter a boot flag. Most data in the cases already leads to the goal, and the system starts up again.
2. In stubborn cases, it helps the files and IOPCIFamily.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext for 10.6.8 from 10.6.7 and Lion from the DP4 recoup.
3. The other way to fix the problem is to EFi string of graphics card in the file / Library / Preferences / SystemConfiguration / com.apple.Boot.plist, (not in the / Extra folder) write.
(information from the German Hackintosh forum)
We should work really twofold.
Firstly, to a 32-bit version lauffahige Mountain Lion
and on the other we have to our main focus on the SSSE3 emulator, Please do not forget.
You're right, the main focus should be on the emulator, and replacing the SSSE3 instructions.
The SIMDx86 thing you found could be helpful, but I can't find how it compiles the binaries with SSE3 and SSSE3... Some black magic, maybe?
Or you could apply binary patch to the kernel, but you would need the patch first... :/
Btw, anyone has idea what the error 86 in launchd means? Can't find it anywhere...
I've found little discussion about error 85 (which is something hardware related usually, HDD failing), but the HDD can't be failing same way on 2 machines at same time...
I'll try to burn it to DVD and see what it does.