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Herro guys

I am having a problem getting osx to install on my pc

I am using the uniflash distro 10.6.2

I get to the screen where you can add boot prefixs (-v -x ect.))

I enter my prefixs or whatever they are called

hit enter I get some text about loading stuff and then the screen goes black and stays that way

I have tried the following boot code things: -v, -x, busratio=25, voodoo,-s

I have tried using the following config

X6 1055t stock clocks

asus formula IV crosshair mobo

4gb ddr3 ram @ 1600 mhz

wd 500gb caviar blue

gtx 460

 

I also tried using an old 6600 gt to see if it was the newer gfx card causing the problem

 

still no luck

 

I think my drive are in AHCI in bios it says they are howver when i press f8 to get the boot menu it says the following:

USB:sandisk

IDE: WD(yadayada)

IDE:DVD rom

 

so maybe thats the issue

I also tried hazard with no luck aswell

I have snow leopard running in VMware

I have access to a mac

 

So any help guys pwease :)

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Herro guys

I am having a problem getting osx to install on my pc

I am using the uniflash distro 10.6.2

I get to the screen where you can add boot prefixs (-v -x ect.))

I enter my prefixs or whatever they are called

hit enter I get some text about loading stuff and then the screen goes black and stays that way

I have tried the following boot code things: -v, -x, busratio=25, voodoo,-s

I have tried using the following config

X6 1055t stock clocks

asus formula IV crosshair mobo

4gb ddr3 ram @ 1600 mhz

wd 500gb caviar blue

gtx 460

 

I also tried using an old 6600 gt to see if it was the newer gfx card causing the problem

 

still no luck

 

I think my drive are in AHCI in bios it says they are howver when i press f8 to get the boot menu it says the following:

USB:sandisk

IDE: WD(yadayada)

IDE:DVD rom

 

so maybe thats the issue

I also tried hazard with no luck aswell

I have snow leopard running in VMware

I have access to a mac

 

So any help guys pwease :)

 

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