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Your post doesn't say exactly which model Mac you have. You can find this information by going to the Apple Menu and choosing "About This Mac". Choose "More Info" and generate the system report. The first few lines in the report will tell you the Mac model and model identifier. Post that information for us.

I suspect that the problem is that the earliest part of the boot process occurs in 32 bit mode. OS 10.8 is entirely 64 bit. If that's the problem that Mac won't run 10.8. we'll be able to know that from the information in the system report.

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