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Won't start the installation of Mountain Lion :(

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Hello guys.I'm new in this forum but not in the Sector.

I have a Acer Aspire 5745G this is the Specification:

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At the moment i have Windows 8 x64 and i have created a 90GB Partition NTFS (Can't do FAT32)

I've burned iAtkos,Niresh and Retail image on 3 DVD's DL 8.55GB (Dual-layer) on TransMac.

When the process of burning is finished,i reboot on the BIOS for select the DVD player,press F10 for save and reboot,and now click Enter and the PC reboot. After press Enter,it's reboot whitout getting the Apple logo.

I tried pressing F8 and i insert this commands:

-v

-x

-v -x

-f

GraphicsEnabler=Yes

But,nothing

Here is the screenshot of the message

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Help me please,i want really install Mountain Lion on my PC

A thank you beforehand for those answer me :)

MOD : I make a video for showing better the problem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQFg3OYBJ9s

MOD2 :I have 4gb of ram,and I tried with removing 2gb of RAM,but nothing,always the same.

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