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I have a problem with booting into the iAtkos V2 S3 using Nawcom OSX86 ModCD. I took all steps in a tutorial that I saw on youtube by 32darkness48 on hownto make an amd hackintosh Snow Leopard.

I followed all the steps and got all the files and everything but this happens when I try to refesh the boot loader to boot from the iAtkos CD and install it. Here is my error, I dont know quite how to explain it but lets say lines of colors appear on the top of the screen when i hit f5 with the iAtkos disk in. I uploaded a picture of the colors and my specs.

Thank you.

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Please if you cant help me tell me the error code or something

What boot flags you are trying ?? looks like bootloader error..

in MODcd try modbin kernel

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Do I need to set boot flags? If so how to do? I can't use modbin because when I insert the iAtkos disc it crashes with what I said above. Intried inserting an iAtkos v7(Leopard) disk and it loaded it correctly. Ive tried Empire EFI for AMD too, same problem.

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Using modbin and a distro together? Try using modbin with a RETAIL snow leopard DVD or something like that, not a distro.

Or try myHack???

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And please make a signature with your hardware in it, its hard to guess which hardware you're using???

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Hardware:

AMD Dual Core Processor E1-2500

AMD Radeon HD 8240

4GB DDR3 RAM

In the video I watched he used iAtkos s3 v2 without a problem. Ill try myhack

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