OK, maybe this will be last time? Not trying to sound mean, but this is for your
own benefit! 3rd time you've asked this same questions:http://www.insanelym...d-help-im-noob/http://www.insanelym...0-comp-restart/
Answer is still the same:
Just deleting every kext because it restart is because problem with your hardware not supported and not fault of the kext. Reboot is probably not related to graphics and usually is a issue with mach_kernel not being compatible with CPU architecture (i.e. 64bit only ML mach_kernel on 32bit CPU, or mach_kernel on Atom or AMD CPU), but even if this is resolved, fact remains that there is no support available for your integrated graphics...period. Even if
you manage to get an older version of OSX installed, it will be useless for anything more than maybe sending email (and that's if networking can work). All the things that make OSX cool (or any computer not totally suck) WON'T WORK! Windows 3.1 would offer a better user experience. You won't be able to do any "development". If you must wait a year to get a $30 graphics card that's supported, then wait a year and try then, or look for another old computer that maybe someone is giving away or going to throw out. Seriously. You are just very unlucky to have only that particular motherboard, other older models, or low powered netbooks with only GMA950 integrated graphics using patched kernel will actually work fine for basic web browsing and iTunes, but yours is just not suited to this. Maybe trade someone? Run OSX in VMware from Windows if it supports virtualization?
If you still insist on succeeding, just to be disappointed with the results even if you succeed, you'll want to use 10.5 to 10.6.7 but no higher versions. Use arch=i386 when booting, check BIOS that ACPI 2.0 is enabled, SATA set to AHCI. Since it's been very long since I installed either of those OSX versions, (and at the time I did I was still learning too) I can't give much more advice than that.
As I mentioned before, there is info here http://www.insanelym...on-msi-g31m3-f/
with success installing 10.5 on same motherboard, although not to make onboard graphics work (cause they won't).
And here is same CPU on G41 mobo, not exactly the same, but close. http://www.insanelym...x86-impossible/