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Intel PC Laptop - Lion 10.7.3 and Mountain Lion 10.8.5 Install DVD F8 Option Shows "Errors On Computer"

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Hello Niresh: (I also sent this message through your contact form to admins)

Note: My install hangup issue is similar to the topic "Niresh Mountain Lion freezes at apple logo when loading in after installing latest 10.8.5 update" at https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/10056-niresh-mountain-lion-freezes-at-apple-logo-when-loading-in-after-installing-latest-1085-update/

I downloaded and burned 2 of your MAC OS X Hackintosh Install Disks:  Lion 10.7.3, and Mountain Lion 10.8.5.

When I boot them on my PC Laptop and try the F8 option for install options, I get a few "Errors On Computer" messages, and the computer reboots the Lion 10.7.3 Disk, or just stalls with the Mountain Lion 10.8.5 Disk with an "X" over the MAC OS X Logo ==> So I Cannot Get Either Of These 2 Install Disks To Work ==> I Prefer The Lion 10.7.3 MAC OS X Because Of Some MAC/PC Application Program Development That I am doing.

Here are the details for my computer:

My PC Laptop
Model:    HP EliteBook 8470p
OS:    Windows 10 Pro
Processor:    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3320M CPU @ 2.60GHz
Memory (RAM):    16.0GB
System type:    64-bit Operating System, x64 based processor

My Graphics Card
Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000 - Driver Ver:, Driver Date: 5/26/2015

My Network Adapters
Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection - Driver Ver:, Driver Date: 5/2/2014
Intel(R) Centrino(R) Ultimate N 6300 AGN #2 - Driver Ver:, Driver Date: 1/6/2015

And My Hard Drive Config
Disk 0(GPT) Structure
Name/Label  File System    Capacity     Used           Unused         Status   Type
==========  ==========  ========    ========  =========  ======  ====
*                       Unallocated      1.00 MB        0 Bytes       1.00 MB     None   GPT
*:                                FAT32  350.00 MB    14.13 MB  335.87 MB  System  GPT(EFI Syst)
C: Windows               NTFS   151.87 GB  136.31 GB     15.56 GB       Boot  GPT(Data Prt)
E: MAC OS X            FAT32     78.14 GB    19.67 MB     78.12 GB      None  GPT(Data Prt)
*                       Unallocated       7.84 MB        0 Bytes      7.84 MB      None  GPT
F: Recovery                NTFS       8.12 GB       6.13 GB       1.99 GB      None  GPT(Data Prt)
*                        Unallocated      1.32 MB        0 Bytes      1.32 MB      None  GPT

I found this YouTube video showing how to install Hackintoch MAC OS X on an Intel PC/Laptop
How to Install Apple Mac OS X 10.8.4 ( Mountain lion ) on Intel PCs /Laptops
Shows to remove Graphics kexts to get to work on i5 PC/Laptop

I also found this YouTube tutorial which includes reference links to files & folders including drivers,
but I am not sure how to choose them nor prepare them for use with the Niresh DVD
Dual Boot macOS Sierra and Windows without erasing Windows | Install macOS on a Windows Partition

So I am wondering if you can provide/tell me what kexts to remove/add from/to your 2 Install Disks that I mentioned created from isos,
or any other instructions you can give me to get this to work on my i5 PC Laptop.

Note: Below are Links to YouTube and Pages I have used to  get the isos and instructions for both Lion and Mountain Lion Hackintosh:

Hackintosh - How to Install Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 on a PC

Download Hackintosh Mac OS X 10.7.3 V2 With AMD Support V2

How to install OS X Mountain Lion on your PC with Niresh

Download Hackintosh Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 DvD ISO Image - With AMD & Intel 1

Please email me asap, as soon as you are able and have some answers for me, because this Configuration is needed for me to do my Development work.

Thank You for your time and consideration.

Mark A.

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