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Can't get OS X to boot!

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I want to install Leopard on my PC (IBM ThinkCentre M57e), but I think it is not as simple as "I want". The installer won't boot. It gets stuck here:


I changed the SATA config for the DVD, but it's still getting locked there. I used iPC 10.5.6, iATKOS 5i, and Kalyway 10.5.2, and all gave me the same result. I took a couple of pics of my BIOS configuration:





It won't boot the DVD unless the CPU has that option disabled. :thumbsup_anim:




I guess that means AHCI is enabled?


Specs here: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=812697

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boot into windows or Linux (or google around) and find out what your storage chipset(s) is(are) and then post back here. It looks like it's waiting for your hard drive to appear, which means it isn't recognizing that particular chipset. If there is support for it, we can get you booting.

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