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    Hi,
    I received an error when I was installing snow leopard. it said it was not able to install all of the files to the HD. I went on anyway, it has started up, but it crashes all the time, and at different points. When I mean crashing, i don't mean the error message in 50 different languages, this one has errors displayed with random codes on the entire screen.

    Would it have something to do with the installing error, i cant seem to get around that error either.

    I was able to get leopard working and still using it.

    Also, I installed it on an existing hackintosh system but the DVD is the real retail disc.

    This was the tutorial I was using : How to Install Snow Leopard (10A432) on PC Hackintosh | Snow Leopard

    Thanks,
    Josh

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    Same problem here:
    option -v say that no OS detected or something like that

    Specs
    E6750
    2GB ram
    320GB hdd
    Asus P5K
    8500GT 512MB

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    The same thing is happening here, but I followed a guide over at InsanelyMac. After a few failed attempts I finally managed to install SL successfully (no errors) but deselecting EVERYTHING except for the core upgrade files. I then installed several kext files that were said to be required to get SL working properly. Unfortunately I get a crash on boot.

    Thankfully I partitioned the drive and backed up my system using Carbon Clone Copier (or whatever it's called) and attempted the upgrade there. I'm pretty confident it is a driver or the bootloader or something like that causing the problem. I just haven't been able to pinpoint the problem yet.

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    I downloaded another version 6.13GB, the previous was
    6.28GB, both of dmg is A432 I don't know what's the diferent
    but anyway I will try it today ...

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    Nothings change,
    kernel panic,
    with chameleon 2.0 / chameleon 1.0
    Looks like Asus p5k don't like snow leopard


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    I saw the same thing but finally got it to boot using either Netkas' PC_EFI v10.2 beta or the 'debug boot' file as seen on this post

 

 

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