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Mike, I was looking around for an answer to the same issue. In one post someone mentions he had to turn off the stepping for the intel processor In my case I turned off the auto power management for the processor and now it boots fine Imajica
Imajica replied to orByte's topic in LAN and WirelessKICK ASS thanks... this has been giving me a headache for a few days (sorry I came late to the party) all my files are autoupdating and it amuses the HELL outta me to be running OSX on my pc-based laptop now I just have to go after the pesky wireless Imajica