Ive done all these step from one of the thread here:-
The installer will kick off and tell you that there are “About 18 minutes” to go….. yeah right! The install takes a while so make another coffee or take a short walk and enjoy the real world for about 18 minutes.
The system will ask to restart once completed and you should eject the install media if possible once the screen goes black NOT BEFORE. If not make sure you hit F8(or whatever key it says on the screen) and select your install (OSX-SNOW in my example) from the list and press enter (or type “–v” [Darwin syntax for a verbose boot] if you want to see what’s going on) – I find powering the system off before it boots again is the best choice as you can eject the install media and avoid any possible boot hangs etc.
First boot is always a voyage of discovery I find – it takes ages & sometimes it fails – so before you panic – reboot again as I find it suddenly starts working!
Hopefully you should now be watching the Apple welcome screen – enjoy, although to be honest after the 20th (about 50th now lol) time it gets really, really dull.
but the problem is i cant even reboot..*been booting this for whole day...yet cant go in at all. can anyone help me out with this.
this is where im stucked>
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my netbook specs:-
type : Intel® Atom™ processor N280
clock speed : 1.66 GHz
Front Side Bus : 667 MHz
2nd level cache : 512 KB
Mobile Intel® GMA 950
really appreciate if anyone could help me out