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    Question Help Needed with Booting into the desktop of Snow Leopard

    Hi folks!

    I'm hoping that someone can guide me into the desktop of my snow leopard. I would like to try to "quad-boot" my current PC... Win7, Vista, Snow Leopard, and Linux. Right now, I'm trying to install S. Leopard on a separate disk, but I can't get it to boot.

    I've gotten to the Darwin x86 screen on reboot, and then I'm able to get to the Apple, but the "crossed-out circle" appears above it. I'm using the Hazard version of Snow Leopard. What am I doing wrong? If someone can help me just get up and running on this thing, I'll glady post whatever I need for them to see, so that they can tell me what's wrong.

    Can someone help me out here, I'm new on all this, and I would certainly appreciate it. I'll be sure to pay it forward. Thanks.



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    Try buyng a retail disc. And why do you have windows 7 and vista?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesignerMember View Post
    Hi folks!

    I'm hoping that someone can guide me into the desktop of my snow leopard. I would like to try to "quad-boot" my current PC... Win7, Vista, Snow Leopard, and Linux. Right now, I'm trying to install S. Leopard on a separate disk, but I can't get it to boot.

    I've gotten to the Darwin x86 screen on reboot, and then I'm able to get to the Apple, but the "crossed-out circle" appears above it. I'm using the Hazard version of Snow Leopard. What am I doing wrong? If someone can help me just get up and running on this thing, I'll glady post whatever I need for them to see, so that they can tell me what's wrong.

    Can someone help me out here, I'm new on all this, and I would certainly appreciate it. I'll be sure to pay it forward. Thanks.


    If you mean that you do get the no-smoking symbol, that means that your OS X installation has somehow become damaged to the point where it refuses to boot. and yes it's a kernel panic.

    this happen maybe because you had not done a custom installation and selected the patches for you machine If you're using a Custom make disk)
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