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Hi, I am in a rather unfortunate position where my Macbook will run OSX 10.4.7 fine, but as soon as I try and upgrade to anything later, I get a kernel panic on boot. The local Mac store tells me it has a faulty logic board and quoted more than a new Macbook to replace. I am really keen to get iTunes 8 working on it. (Needs 10.4.9). I was thinking it may be possible to upgrade to 10.4.9 but use the 10.4.7 Kernel (which runs perfectly). Does anyone know how I would go about replacing the Kernel and whether this is possible? I know this isn't OSX86 related, but you people seem to know alot about hacking kernels . Thanks