Sorry for taking so long to reply to this post but I had to reinstall 10.6.3 then upgrade to 10.6.7 and finally now 10.6.8. Yes that's right, Troy's solution worked. Replaced APPLEACPIPlatform.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext from my 10.6.7 and now it's working.
Now you might be asking why I had to reinstall. The first time I made the change I could only boot in safe mode, so I removed my audi driver Voodo HDA which I had to do in the past every time I updated and that seem to work except at the end of the installation of my audi driver I got a kernel panic and every time I rebooted after a few second without doing anything just left it at the desktop it would get a kernel panic. So I tried re installing the audio driver in safe mode and I think it was after that I was not able to boot again. My computer was not seeing the drive non of the partitions 10.6.7 or 10.6.8 anyway after I reinstalled 10.6.3 over my non working 10.6.8 I was able to boot in to both partitions so I started again. This time every thing seem to work except what doesn't work in 10.6.7
Troy or anyone else would you have a solution for my other issues. Have to use the flag cpus=1 on every boot or I'll either get a kernel panic or it will boot but I'll get a jittery screen. Even though my sound works I can't change the volume and the last one which I didn't really try on 10.6.7 is sleep. I know that was an kext you had to remove when upgrading because it caused problems so I decided not to bother to install it, so now that I've done all the updates i tried installing it, was successful but a few second later I got a kernel panic. Rebooted, checked sleep doesn't work. Well it's not really that my sleep doesn't work, it's that it won't wake up from sleep, I end up having to reboot.
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