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  1. Sorry, I'm trying to understand it but having some difficulties, the OP's instruction are not very clear to me. -I install chameleon? -then change org.chameleon.boot w/ Chameleon wizard? -also edit a info.plist file...of a ktext (from where?) Sorry not trying to be lazy but I'm thoroughly confused. Edit: I am now officially a "Geek in Training" haha. I do plan to write all this up and make a how-to guide for other newbs once I've gotten this all up and running.
  2. Well yes, but if they weren't on the USB, I assumed the final install wouldn't have them either. I should mention I still have to boot into my installed ML partition w/ "GraphicsEnabler=No" via Chameleon USB, otherwise I get a grey screen. Is this...not right?
  3. Actually, Cassio, I'm wondering how to enable ATI graphics again AFTER you've installed ML. I installed a custom DSDT.aml (for my MSI motherboard) and I can boot ML fine now...but have no graphics drivers (i.e. display max is 1024x768). I'm assuming this is because of the ATI/Intel graphics ktexts I deleted...what to do?
  4. Holy shit, it just worked! Used "GraphicsEnabler=No -f" and for the 1st time ever it booted to a useable installer! Thank you! I'll update on progress...1st time hackintosh'er as you could no doubt tell Edit: disk utility shows me only my flash drive...heh. I'll be googling a lot from here on in I guess. Edit2: ...and after setting SATA to AHCI in BIOS, the drives appear!
  5. Yes there is a long list of ktexts being listed, I attached some screenshots, maybe they are useful. I can take more if need be, thanks for your efforts!
  6. It's hard to tell because it scrolls so fast, but something def. changed after I deleted the ATI* ktexts and booted with -f, since one line of output disappeared. Really odd. I've tried -x, pciroot=1, GraphicsEnabler=no but noting seems to do the trick. I'm up for more experimentation, but I obviously I don't expect you to live-support a newb like me
  7. Yes I did. Also removed all files you listed above, booted w/ -f. Same output, hangs after last line "[iOBluetoothHCIController]". You don't think it has anything to do with AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, since that error seems to always be present or the "unable to open /var/db/BootCache.playlist"?
  8. Done and done, the "AGPMController Unkown platform" error is now gone, but I don't even get to the light grey screen anymore, it just hangs at the chameleon output after the last line (see prev picture). Sigh, there goes the dream. I wonder if it's something to do w/ my MSI motherboard...though there *are* working 10.6 and 10.7 installs on it (http://legacy.tonycrapx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=27591). Edit: trying to restart w/ restart button, the system actually responds and prints a kernel panic (?). "Error 4 trying to transition CPU 1 to off".
  9. Wow, thank you for the quick response. I've tried the 1st, but get the same result. I do have a mac w/ 10.8, so I can open the USB there. Which ktext(s) do you think I should remove from /System/Library/Extensions?
  10. Great guide, but unfortaunely I'm getting stuck, I select the USB drive in chameleon, type -v and after a long scrolling of text, a light grey screen appears w/ my cursor but nothing else. Nothing happens then Attached is a picture of chameleon output right before it gets to the grey screen, any help appreciated.
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