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  1. i recently installed OS X on my AMD system following this guide: http://www.osx86.net/desktops/9746-guide-os-x-10-6-amd.html when i boot from the disk it works fine and goes into the mac os but when i try to boot without the disk. the apple logo will appear sit for a second then throw a panic at me my specs are: motherbord: MSI 890GXM-G65 CPU: AMD 6-core phenom II 3.2Gz RAM: 8Gb Kingston Video: onbord Sound: onbord other mentions: i got a wireless utility for my usb wireless stick i got ApplePS2Controller.kext from MB{censored} and i have chameleon Wizard
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