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    Exclamation [Kalyway] "You must reboot your computer" problem

    I am very new to this installing Leopard on ordinary PC's thing, so bear with me if I sound like a noob.

    I am trying to install Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.1 using the Kalyway ISO image on a virtual machine (VMWare Workstation 6). However, when I try to load the image, I get the Apple and the spinning icon underneath, then after about a minute, a screen telling me I need to reboot my computer comes up. No matter how many times I try with different options, I cannot get it to get into the installer. I have run it with -v and have a screenshot of the screen below, I'm hoping someone can help me based on this information.



    PS: I have an AMD Mobile Sempron 3000+ if it is relevent to the problem...



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    Try use a Leo4All v3 DVD (better for AMD Systemz) or iATKOS 4.

    Trick: Try to install on physical HDD, not virtuallly.

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