I was able to boot the OS X 10.6 and update to 10.6.1 and then to 10.6.2 all with no issues. But when I try to go to 10.6.3 the update crashes about 95% of the way through and then ask me to power down. on reboot it errors to this in verbose mode.
ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) timed out
When I started this I had Windows 7 already installed so I captured a .wim image and used that to apply to my 2nd partition. i choose to dual boot since I was using Ubuntu's wubi.exe to dual boot previously which works out nicely since you don't have to partition anything. I also only had to use the windows cd to repair and didn't diskpart anything or change the active partition (i don't use hibernate.) I am now able to reinstall OS X without deleting the Windows OS. just have to repair Chameleon each time.
Guide is a great help to a newb like me. Thanks again.
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