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Help!, My hackintosh just stopped booting.


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Hi, I have had my hackintosh for almost 2 years now, i update it once in a while I have it in Snow Leopard 10.6.6 the motherboard im using is a GA-EP35-DS3L and it just works fine, but something happened to my instalation that i got a kernel panic, i switched it off and now i cant boot it up!, if i boot it up normally all i get is this:


boot0: GPT

boot0: HFS+

boot0: boting

boot0: done


and it stays there forever, so then i used another hard drive installed in the computer to boot up chameleon and when i tried to boot up using the flags "-x -v" i got this error which i havent been able to fix and i have searched all over the internet, google, the forums etc... and nothing works:


Debugger called: <panic>

Backtrace (CPU 0) Frame :Return "Version mis-match between Kernel and CPU..."


A lot of numbers here...


Kernel Extensions in backtrace (with dependencies)




BSD process name corresponding to current...

Mac OS version:

Not yet set:


Kernel version:

Darwin Kernel Version: 10.6.6 ......

System model name: MacPro3,1


System uptime in nanoseconds: .....



And it stays there forever, i found some suggest to delete the sleepenabler kext, but i dont even have that kext on my computer, because it just caused kernel panics so i really have no idea how to fix this.


Thanks in advance and sorry for my english!

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