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Snow Leopard Hazard ISO Installation Error - Virtualbox

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I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I've been trying to install Snow Leopard on my AMD based PC in a VM using Hazard's modified OSX installation ISO. The installation runs smoothly to around 3/4 completed, when I get an error stating that: "The Installer could not validate the contents of the 'OxFordDictionaries' package. Contact the software manufacturer for assistance.". I checked the customization options to make sure the package wasn't included with anything I selected and it was not listed there. It seems to be a core package but I'm unsure to what the problem is, is it corrupted? Should I re-download the ISO? I'm unsure as to what to do so please reply it will help alot!

 

Since it is a VM i couldn't copy and paste a log from the installation but the lines towards the bottom of the errors log say:

 

Dyld error message: unknown required load command 0x80000022

 

and,

 

TheOxfordDictionaries package failed to validate.

 

I'm unsure the Dyld error one has anything to do with it though because there are a few of them in the logs and the installation seems to continue fine.

Please reply I know there is someone that can help, and sorry if this is a noob-ish question xD.

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