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Dalton, I gave this method a shot, I paid great attention to every step changing the "X" to the correct disk since it was an external I was writing to. I ended up getting a kernel panic. It seems everyone on this thread has had little difficulty getting it to work on their internal hard drive. Is it possible writing to an external could be a problem or something else that seems small? For instance I have 2 gigs of Kingston ram instead of the onboard one gig (which is shut off). Also, I did receive the "Install failed" message but ignored it as I read in an earlier post it's normal.