No. The settings I use for Windows 7 work for 10.6.3. For drive mode I use "AHCI" and not "IDE" Hope that helps. Otherwise I'll need more specific info. Specifically, is your error before installing, or after installing?
but you set the bios in a particulary mode??
Interesting.... At least we've narrowed the scope of the problem to program installs, and not specific to AMD vs. Intel or modded Kernel vs. vanilla.
Hey, I'm having similar errors. I have a true "hack"intosh though lol, I'm running an i7 930 on a MSI X58M (can't find anyone else using this board) I used kakewalk for gigabyte ex58-ud3r since they have the same lan chipset and everything else seemed to match up other than sound. I deleted the dsdt included with kakewalk since that is for the gigabyte board.
Everything installed great and started up fine including qe/ci and dual screen support on my cheesy 8400gs.
However, whenever I install a program, I'm getting the same panic as the OP. I originally chalked it up to the fact that i upgraded to 10.6.3 on the first install (second screenshot) so I reinstalled and decided to only upgrade to 10.6.2. However, as you can see by the first screenshot I am still experiencing the same KP. It seems to only happen whenever I am installing anything, I can use the internet all day and it will be ok...
On a side note- I'm really sick of this "true hackintosh" snobbery. Running OSX on any machine other than an Apple computer= hackintosh. In my opinion, using hardware that differs most from that which is intended is the very essence of the hackintosh concept. Trying to match everything perfectly amounts to nothing more than making a Mac clone. And a more expensive one, at that (vs. similar performance AMD system).