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XPS 9000/435 crashing randomly - custom DSDT File - HELP!

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Hello Everyone!

 

First time poster here and cannot figure out why my hackintosh keeps crashing. Performed a fresh mountain lion install using multibest. Had a custom DSDT File compiled for my mobo

I've attached my PC specs (pic from CPU-Z) and the specs are as follows:

 

Processor: Intel i7 920 - Socket 1366 LGA

Mobo: Dell Inc. - 0x501H

BIOS: Dell Inc. - A15 - 02/04/2010

GPU: ATI Radeon HD 5870

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Here's the error message I keep receiving (prior to booting I used the command: debug=0x144) - see attached file

I've also installed nullcppowermanagement.kext from ######.

 

Any suggestions? I'm at a total loss here and can't figure this out for the life of me.

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