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  1. Yesterday, I stupidly upgraded my G31M-E2SL hackintosh (installed with this guide) to 10.6.2 without reading any guides. Of course, it KP'd. Now, I have been reading on how to fix this, using my USB installer. I know it was caused by SleepEnabler.ktext. So, I tried to delete it. No success. (I just deleted sleepenabler.ktext from my extra/customextentions folder. Is there something else?) I also tried updating my mach_kernel file, per a guide I found. cd /Volumes/Mac OS X (or whatever the name you used for the OS X install) \cp mach_kernel mach_kernel.10.6.2 (make a copy of the updated 10.6.2 kernel) \cp /mach_kernel mach_kernel (this copies the old kernel from the USB install to the HD) Exit the OS X installation. Reboot. Run Stell's version 3 installer. Copy back the 10.6.2 kernel you made a copy of in the step above: cd / cp mach_kernel.10.6.2 mach_kernel Reboot and everything should work again. Nothing. Please help, as I have a very important iMovie project! Thank you SO much!!!!!! Luke Miles
  2. Yesterday, I stupidly upgraded my G31M-E2SL hackintosh (installed with this guide) to 10.6.2 without reading any guides. Of course, it KP'd. Now, I have been reading on how to fix this, using my USB installer. I know it was caused by SleepEnabler.ktext. So, I tried to delete it. No success. (I just deleted sleepenabler.ktext from my extra/customextentions folder. Is there something else?) I also tried updating my mach_kernel file, per a guide I found. cd /Volumes/Mac OS X (or whatever the name you used for the OS X install) \cp mach_kernel mach_kernel.10.6.2 (make a copy of the updated 10.6.2 kernel) \cp /mach_kernel mach_kernel (this copies the old kernel from the USB install to the HD) Exit the OS X installation. Reboot. Run Stell's version 3 installer. Copy back the 10.6.2 kernel you made a copy of in the step above: cd / cp mach_kernel.10.6.2 mach_kernel Reboot and everything should work again. Nothing. Please help, as I have a very important iMovie project! Thank you SO much!!!!!! Luke Miles
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    I made a hardware combination that fits my budget on NewEgg. It is a variant of the Lifehacker build, but with these changes: Instead of the GFX card that they used, I am going to use this one: EVGA 512-P3-N940-LR GeForce 9400 GT 512MB 64-bit GDDR2 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card - Retail Different RAM: Crucial 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 667 (PC2 5300) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model CT2KIT25664AA667 - Retail A different CPU: Intel Pentium E6300 Wolfdale 2.8GHz LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor Model BX80571E6300 - Retail A 120 GB spare SATA drive, and a different case and PSU. Is there any problem with my changes, or can I just follow their guide? Thanks so much if you can help! Luke
  4. I am going to install Snow Leopard next week on a computer that has windows vista on it. I have 2 SATA drives in it, one that holds my Windows Vista install, and one that will hold my snow leopard install. I realize that to install Snow Leopard, I will have to use the Chameleon bootloader. My question is, after I install snow leopard, how would I get to my windows vista install? Additionally, once I am able to get to my windows install, would it be possible to use EasyBCD, add OSX86 to my windows vista boot loader and boot off of my vista drive? By the way, I am using this guide but not using that particular build. Thanks in advance, Luke
  5. *reposted in Multi Booting and Virtualization*
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