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acpi kernel panic when installing snowos x install universal

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im installing snow leopard os x universal in my thinkpad t61. Can some one help me because everytime i install the ACPI driver thingy gives me headache and i am stressed, after that "you must restart your computer" appears in a gray skin.how can i properly install this os in my thinkpad?

 

Laptop specs:

Lenovo Thinkpad T61 typ 7663-CY1

Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 @ 2.4 GHz / 800 MHz

3GB DDR2 RAM

NVIDIA Quardo NVS 140M

MATSAHITA DVD-RW Drive

1440x900 screen res.

SEAGATE SATA 160 GB @ 5400RPM

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