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Hazard SNOW LEOPARD Install Freeze?

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I am new to this forum so be kind :)


Before I begin, these are my specs:


AMD Athlon II x4

ASRock N68C-S UCC mobo

8gb DDR3 Hyper X RAM

Samsung Spinpoint 1tb HDD


Ok so I have successfully installed Leopard on my build using iDeneb but I now want to install Snow Leopard using Hazard. This has worked before (a while ago) but I only had 1 hard drive at the time so I decided to scrap OSX and just use Windows. But now I have 2 hard drives and I want to install OSX again.


The problem occurs after I have loaded Hazard with BootCD. When Hazards starts it opens a dark grey screen (no apple logo) and hangs their with the multicoloured mouse wheel loader thing spinning, I have left it for a good 10 minutes but nothing has happened?


Suggestions please!



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