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MyHack USB Method Rebooting

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Installed the MyHack method on my USB Drive (Retail) and it refuses to boot. I've tried multiple bootflags and it's just fighting me too much. Anybody got any suggestions? I read somewhere that deleting the ATI6000 Controller kext for the installation and re-adding later would work but so far, nothing. 

Thanks ahead of time! My specs are in my sig. 

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Ok here's what I got so far.

I went ahead and threw Chameleon on the USB Drive. I then manually put the Installer on the USB after formatting it again. I also got  the AMD_Kernel after all this was done and I threw it on the root of the USB Drive and renamed it mach_kernel for lazy reasons.

Reboot, boot USB- Chameleon v2.2 pops up, 

Bootflag: /mach_kernel arch=x86_64 GraphicsEnabler=No -f -v

Ok, drawing board... Let's try

Bootflag: /mach_kernel arch=x86_64 GraphicsEnabler=No busratio=30 cpus=1 -f -v


Bootflag: /mach_kernel arch=x86_64 GraphicsEnabler=No busratio=30 cpus=1 -v



Bootflag: /mach_kernel arch=x86_64 GraphicsEnabler=No busratio=30 cpus=1 dart=0  -x 


Oh this that {censored}.
So I started looking in my BIOS to make sure everything was cool.. It was.. Everything was fine by the looks of it. I even looked up a few AMD specific BIOS guides. Changed a few settings for the Processor and both HDDs are on AHCI and the works.. It's STILL stuck in a boot loop.. 

Running out of options since I can't get Snow Leopard to recognize my card and applications keep exploding all the time. I can't get Mountain Lion's installer to even boot- I'm getting my ass kicked atm, I might try Lion next if this keeps up.

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