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  1. Hello all, Recently I've been trying to get Snow Leopard to run on my Phenom II system. I successfully installed 10.6 via the retail snow leopard image and a boot cd. The problem came when I updated to 10.6.8. I installed the combo update, then nawcom's 10.6.8 legacy kernel, then the latest version of chameleon. When I go to boot, I get a kernel panic saying "invalid kernel ip, won't attempt to handle trap". In the panic, it shows errors with the apple ACPIPlatform. I have tried to install a few times, using a few kexts that I thought might help, as well as removing sleepenabler.kext, but i always end up with ACPI errors. Another strange thing that happens is that after the update, when I go to restart, It gives me the message telling me that all processes are being stopped, but then I will have to restart manually. After that, my CMOS data is cleared, so I have to reset my BIOS settings. I have tried this multiple times and I am just stumped. Any help would be greatly appreciated. System Specs: AMD Phenom II X4 940 ASUS M3N78 Pro MoBo 4 GB DDR2 Ram NVidia Geforce 9500 GT
  2. Biostar CRU51-M7

  3. Biostar CRU51-M7

    Hello, Recently I have been trying to install iDeneb 10.5.8 on my old Athlon 3000 PC. The installer starts up, I chose the drive to install it on, customize the install to install the voodoo kernel, and install OS X. The installer completes without a problem and restarts the computer. This is where I run into the problem, because after that, all I see is a grey screen with the loading sign spinning around endlessly. I rebooted the pc and I get to the apple logo with another logo sign spinning infinately. I reformatted the drive and installed again, but I got the same problem. Any suggestions as to what this problem may be? PC Specs: Biostar CRU51-M7 Mainboard AMD Athlon 64 3000+@2GHz 2x 512 MB DDR RAM 160GB SATA HDD Sparkle GeForce 7300 Video Card w/ 512mb