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I have a macbook pro and the installation disk spins in the drive but that's all and then, it spits it out! I can't run the setup wizard.

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Are you trying to set up the router ?
Is there any other computer online ?
Or this the new set up. If your router is already set up then you don't need to run the disc to set up the router again. You just need to connect to network.
If you want to set up the router , you can do it without the CD also.
You can set up the router manually.
Click Here for more info about router set up

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A Kernel Panic, is a internal fatal error, detected by your system from which it
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• Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command, Option, P, and R. You will need to hold these keys down simultaneously .

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