I solved my last issue, but I have question about the kernel, what kernel we can take?, and we can put both upgrades(10.6.1 & 10.6.2 combo) ? because I have an issue now, after installing leopard, the boot starts (chameleon) but the aple on a gray screen stay sticky, a metalized apple.....I dont know what to do....thanks 4 reading
Why are you asking me about upgrades to 10.6.1 & 10.6.2 combo?.. if you are using the Distro of my instruction(as my thread title says Hazard 10.6.2)... its a direct install of 10.6.2 - Distro is named exactly like this: Snow Leopard Client Server 10.6.2 SSE2/SSE3 Intel AMD by Hazard
If you are not using that distro.. I cannot really help you out... since its obvious my thread is about users using that exact distro.... because it includes all the necessary files that you will need for our motherboard/cpu for 10.6.2(The distro includes necessary modified 10.6.2 kexts).
But since you ask about kernel....
AnV 10.2.0 / system kext
not only that you will require to need all this below.. so that pretty much the OS to work with our setups
Chameleon RC3 PC EFI 10.5
Legacy AHCI Sata
IOATAFamily SATA Fix
*PS2 apple - ONLY CHOOSE THIS IF YOU DON'T HAVE USB MOUSE / KEYBOARD
About My Mac Fix
Since you are doing a very different way of installing Snow compared to using the Distro I instructed.... it seems you were installing 10.6.0 .... well to upgrade to 10.6.2... you will only need to installing the 10.6.2 Combo download from apple.... but before upgrading do exactly like i mentioned on one of the replies of this thread for upgrading to 10.6.3(which will work as well for upgrading to any: 10.6.1, 10.6.2, 10.6.3 & 10.6.4). Thsi below is the copy of my reply to another user which worked for him:
Anyways to upgrade to 10.6.3 is quite easy... (As long as you didn't add any extra special kexts inside S/L/E, I didn't needed to save any kext, my upgrade to 10.6.3 went 100% perfect)) you will need to first back up your current: mach_kernel
cp /mach_kernel /mach_kernel.bak
Now run the whole Apple Updates... then after Updates when it reboots...
Add to your boot arguments: mach_kernel.bak
Here is an Example: -v mach_kernel.bak
*If it doesn't work.. try booting with this: -v /mach_kernel.bak
If you manage to boot your 10.6.3 upgrade into the Desktop, then you will need to backup the new mach_kernel and replace back your old mach_kernel
cp /mach_kernel /mach_kernel1063.bak
mv /mach_kernel.bak /mach_kernel
Then restart to test if it worked(just boot as you regularly do, no need for the boot argument I mentioned before)
If it went fine, perfect... if not :/ I just mentioned here what worked for me.