I'm in the middle of installing Mac OS X 10.6 onto my Windows based PC, I followed the instructions provided on the Lifehacker website, and my computer finally booted up from my thumb drive. Although, when it loads up, my monitor reads the message 'Input not supported'. So clearly, something's wrong with my BIOS settings. The strange thing is, I can still select certain options from the installation, when I 'press any key' at the first Apple installation screen. When I select my thumb drive, or just leave it to boot up normally (from the thumb drive), it just freezes at the Apple logo, there's no spinning circle. It just stops all together? What can I do to fix this?

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Thanks,
Joe.

(Sorry for the double post, I am not sure which forum covers this area)