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HEY GUYS HERE IS THE SOLUTION!

you need to access your iatkos l2 installed drive.(USE OLD IATKOS to access it or software like macdrive).

goto /System/Library/Extensions/

delete graphic kexts(NVIDIA ,AppleIntelHDGraphics,ATI)

delete all kext stats with these.

restart and boot from iatkosl2 installed drive.You are done!!!:encouragement:

Ok, I got a hold of TransMac and am looking at the file system if the disc image, however there isn't anything on the disc about Nvidia, AppleIntelHDGraphics, or ATI in there under the /System/Library/Extensions/ folder

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Ok, so I've decided to try another method. Now I'm using an official OS X Snow Leopard disc, unfortunately, I've run into a whole new set of error. This is an official disc so I haven't gotten anything removed, do you think maybe I should try removing the kexts?

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Try booting with the flags below...

arch=i386 -x -v

Ok, I tried it with the flags you said, but i came to the exact same screen as with the screenshot I posted.

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Ok, I tried it with the flags you said, but i came to the exact same screen as with the screenshot I posted.

What bootcd you are using???

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What bootcd you are using???

I've tried 2 different ones, I don't remember what the one that gave me the errors was, but I've also tried empireEFI, with that one all I get is it saying its waiting for the drive. I don't remember exactly how it was worded.

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