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I'm trying to dual boot OS X on my PC, and i have been for way too long.


I boot into the LiveCD of iPC, select partition, erase partition, select drivers, and install. It manages to get through the whole install, and tells me to reboot, and when I do, it kills all processes and such (i think) then randomly kernel panics, and tells me to report to the dev team.


It doesn't create the bootloader, and after forcing a shutdown, I can only boot into windows. It seems that all the needed space is taken up (partition is 6.5GB/20GB), but I haven't been able to get the windows bootloader to access and boot into leopard. I'm at a loss here.  :)





Picture of kernel panic screen below.







System Specs:


 Acer Aspire 7720 V1.21 (laptop)

System Serial Number: LXAML0X2147500C0D91601

Enclosure Type: Other



Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) (build 7600)


1.67 gigahertz Intel Core2 Duo

64 kilobyte primary memory cache

2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache

64-bit ready

Multi-core (2 total)

Not hyper-threaded



SAMSUNG HM500JI ATA Device [Hard drive] (500.11 GB) -- drive 1, s/n S1WFJDRZ132938, SMART Status: Healthy


Board: Acer Poyang V1.21

Bus Clock: 166 megahertz

BIOS: Acer V1.21 11/09/2007









Please help...








I forgot that my bios was set to boot off of my primary hard drive, and I had installed mac os on my secondary one. All I had to do was tell bios to boot off of the other HDD (facepalm)



I have a different problem now.

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