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MAC OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2 [SSE2-SSE3] FOR INTEL-AMD(Hazard) Problem


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I installed MAC OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2 [sSE2-SSE3] FOR INTEL-AMD(Hazard) on my PC with the following specification

 

Motherboard Intel DG31PR

 

Processor Intel 2.5 dual core

 

Graphic Card Asus Nvidia 512 ddr 3 EN8600gt

 

Harddisk Sata 250 GB (made a partition of 10 gb for osx)

 

in the installation selected the

 

bootloader(Chameleon RC3 PCEFI 10.3 )

 

No kernel

 

graphics selected NVEnabler and the next time NVInject

 

Audio: AppleAzaliaAudio

 

Network: the first time All and the next non

 

System Support: selected AHCI SATA Fix Extra / Extensions

 

the installation completed sucessfully but when i start up the PC after the apple log the system gave the error "You need to restart your computer.Hold down the power button until it turns off,then press the power button again" i tired installing the OS various times with selectecting differnet option from the customizes option but every time i got the same error in the start up after the apple Logo

 

 

 

how can i resolve this issue

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maybe your CPU doesn't support vanilla kernel. Choose a kernel.

 

Kernels in Snow Leopard 10.6.2 [sSE2-SSE3] FOR INTEL-AMD(Hazard)

 

 

Kernels:

Intel Atom Kernel 10.2.0

Legacy Kernel 10.2.0 Intel AMD

Mobdin Kernel 10.0 AMD Only

 

 

the processor is a intel dual core E5200 2.5 ghz

 

which kernel should i select form the list

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