Hey everyone!
First off, here are my specs:

HP Pavilion a1520n
AMD Athlon X2 3800 2.0 ghz Dual-Core
2 GB RAM
Nvidia GeForce 8400gs

If additional specs are needed, let me know.

After making the desicion to get hackintosh running on my PC, I played around with Snow Leopard for the longest time, and eventually got it to work, but it had too many problems that I couldn't figure out and I need a fairly stable OS. In the process of getting Snow Leopard, I had to use Leopard. I was using the iAtkos DVD that allows install on AMD processors. It ran great, and I decided that Snow Leopard wasn't a big deal for me, so I reverted back to iAtkos. I got it running absolutely beautifully, everything worked, I was good to go. Once I had figured out how to get Mac OS X on my PC, I wiped my hard-drive with kill disk with the intention of starting fresh with my three operating systems, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64-bit, and of course, iAtkos. Trouble is, I cannot for the life of me get all three operating systems to live happily on my hard drive. I've got finger's crossed that you guys can help me out. I truly don't see the issue, as all three work great on my computer, just not at once. =(

Here's what I've tried so far:

Method 1:
Installing iAtkos last so Chameleon would be the dominant bootloader. Problem 1: Ubuntu did not show up on Chameleon. Problem 2: Booting into Windows from Chameleon didn't work (as I expected) and when I tried to fix the Windows partition with start-up repair from the install disk, it does not recognize my Windows partition and startup repair won't work. (Note: I did a test and I noticed startup repair worked when Windows was the only OS installed, as soon as iAtkos went on there, Start-up repair would refuse to work)

Method 2:
Installing Windows Boot Loader as the dominant bootloader, and using Easy BCD to add the Linux and Mac partitions. Worked for Ubuntu, not iAtkos. I added it in Easy BCD two ways, one as adding the partition itself to Windows Boot Loader, and one using an iBoot iso to load the partion, and since I was sure iBoot only works on Intel, I also tried a Nawcom boot CD which does work with AMD. All three attempts failed.

Method 3:
Installing Ubuntu's GRUB as the dominant bootloader. It detected all three OS, listed Mac OS X with two options of 64-bit and 32-bit, both failed.

I have spent over a month getting Mac OS X on my desktop, but Windows and Linux are still my primary Operating Systems, so without them I can't use iAtkos just on it's own. I'm tearing my hair out here, and my final and most desperate attempt is the community on this forum. If you guys need any more information, let me know and I will post it as soon as I can. If I can't figure this out I'm probably going to have to scrap this whole project. =/
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