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KERNEL PANIC HELP! figured people in this section could help me

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I am not a super savvy computer person but heres my problem,, i have snow leopard and i have a kernel panic error.. I would run the disk but only problem is.. MY CD ROM DOESNT WORK! i heard there was a way to do it through USB with a flash drive but i would like to know how that can be done..

i really hope someone can help me out here
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