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can't find mach-kernel, 10.7.4 install

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I'm trying to install 10.7.4 using the ###### method, but when the USB boots up all I see is the Tony Mac Apple logo and a Windows logo under it. When I press enter, I get "cant find mach_kernel". I've tried several different commands listed in the Tony Mac tutorial but get the same thing every time. Is there anyone that can help me? This is what it looks like when I boot it up. This HDD is 320GB. This is where I want to install Lion to. My USB doesn't show up at all here, not sure if that's odd. I have a Sandy Bridge i7 2600K with an Asus Sabertooth z77 and a EVGA GTX 570. I've seen other installs with similar builds, so I know it's possible. I just can't get past this step. This is what I see...

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