Here is a little history to my problem..
Ok I have been researching how to create a hackintosh for a few months, I need something to replace my old G4 that has been collecting dust with ver. 10.4 (I think). So I took it upon myself to try on an old Dell PC that had an intel 2 duo processor and two gigs of DDR2 ram. No matter what I tried it just wouldn't install on that system. Constantly gave me errors during install. So I sold it to a friend who needed a new PC.
I then decided to bite the bullet and experiment with my semi-new desktop PC that I just upgraded last year on the cheap (to run Crysis and GTAIV). And well after many tries I got further down the rabbit hole and was able to get OSX 10.6.6i (hacked ver. w/Chameleon bootloader) to complete without errors. I was shocked and surprised, and felt like there was a chance of doing this without spending almost a grand on an i7 system. So Then I got a hold of a retail copy of OSX 10.6.3 (I think) of Snow Leopard and tried again with installing the retail with iBoot. I got that to install after finding out that as long as I didn't install audio, I was ok (if I did I would get panic errors). After a couple of trials and errors,.. I got it to boot into the OS after the initial install and was able to do it over and over again. Also was able to get Nvidia drivers to work as well. So then I took the plunge and did the update combo and then installed Multibeast (again not installing audio options), but after doing so I either get to the Apple logo and nothing else, or if I use "-v" (or other options), then it gets to the point where it is trying to load CMOS and just hangs. I believe I need a DSDT file for my setup and this is where I have run into a roadblock.
Can anyone help me with a DSDT file for my rig?!? Unfortunately I have a setup very few (if any have for running a hackintosh) are using. Especially after searching google for answers. I am computer savy, but to a point. I tried downloading the program for making DSDT files in Windows, but have no idea what I am doing and the only idiot guide is made for using in a OSX environment. I can access the OSX drive in windows using Paragon HFS+. So it could be possible to save without reinstalling it all over again.
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5000+
XFX MI-A78S-8209 ver.1.1 nForce Motherboard
4 gigs of DDR2
Nvidia Geforce 9800 GT
1. Hitachi 500gig Windows 7 Home
2. Western Digital 400gig OSX 10.6.3 (Hackintosh install)
Help me Obi-wan Kenobi, your my only hope!!