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Ok so I cannot get Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to work on my computer my brothers computer worked fine it boots fine and runs perfectly fine he has a Gigabyte motherboard with 4 gigs of ram intel processor. Quad Core and it has DDR3 ram. Here are the specs of my PC:

 

Motherboard: ASUS M2A-VM

 

Ram: 2GBs of DDR2 Ram

 

Video Card: ATI 1300 Pro.

 

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5000+ 2.60 GHz.

 

Problems:

 

On verbose boot from chameleon it gets a Kernel Panic.

 

I followed this tutorial to install:

 

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Ok so I cannot get Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to work on my computer my brothers computer worked fine it boots fine and runs perfectly fine he has a Gigabyte motherboard with 4 gigs of ram intel processor. Quad Core and it has DDR3 ram. Here are the specs of my PC:

 

Motherboard: ASUS M2A-VM

 

Ram: 2GBs of DDR2 Ram

 

Video Card: ATI 1300 Pro.

 

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5000+ 2.60 GHz.

 

Problems:

 

On verbose boot from chameleon it gets a Kernel Panic.

 

I followed this tutorial to install:

 

 

You don't need to post the same problem twice.

 

Much better to say that you installed Hazard distro version?? than to link to youtube IMO.

 

Do you know what Kernel you chose at installation?

Kernel Description's:

Blackknight_10.2.0_Kernel - For AMD Phenom II's 3.2Ghz and above

 

Intel_Atom_10.2.0 - For Intel Atom CPU's

 

Legacy_Kernel_10.2.0 - For most Non-Core2 Intel CPU's, and some AMD CPU's

 

Modbin_Kernel_10.0 - For AMD users and Pentium 4 users

 

PJCv9_XNU_10.2.0 - For AMD and Intel CPU's (I cant find any info on this one anywhere)

 

AnV_10.2.0_Kernel - based on Voodoo XNU kernel, for older Intel CPU's and systems without HPET

 

What other options did you choose eg chipset drivers etc?

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You don't need to post the same problem twice.

 

Much better to say that you installed Hazard distro version?? than to link to youtube IMO.

 

Do you know what Kernel you chose at installation?

Kernel Description's:

Blackknight_10.2.0_Kernel - For AMD Phenom II's 3.2Ghz and above

 

Intel_Atom_10.2.0 - For Intel Atom CPU's

 

Legacy_Kernel_10.2.0 - For most Non-Core2 Intel CPU's, and some AMD CPU's

 

Modbin_Kernel_10.0 - For AMD users and Pentium 4 users

 

PJCv9_XNU_10.2.0 - For AMD and Intel CPU's (I cant find any info on this one anywhere)

 

AnV_10.2.0_Kernel - based on Voodoo XNU kernel, for older Intel CPU's and systems without HPET

 

What other options did you choose eg chipset drivers etc?

 

To install I used the Modbin_Kernal for AMD and I selected the AMD kernal as well.

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Do you mean that you selected TWO kernels in the setup screen of the installer?

 

Well actaully one was just strait up named AMD and it wasnt in the kernels section. it was just out in the open not in any section like where Rosetta and Quicktime 7 are. Also the AMD one has a bootloader built in but I always get a kernal panic at boot when I install both Modbin kernel and AMD. Can I use Chameleon for a bootloader? Or will I get a Kernal Panic again?

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