An easier way would be to use Carbon Copy Cloner to clone your hard disk onto a separate partition, instead of into a DMG file. This way, when you mess up, you can just boot into your other partition, and overwrite the messed up partition with Carbon Copy Cloner. Takes less than 30 minutes in...
The first screenshot says that there's a problem with FakeSMC, which is a kext that's required for Hackintoshes to boot. I'm not sure there's anything you can do to fix that from Terminal.
Burn rBoot onto a CD and try booting your Hackintosh with that.
When you boot into Terminal, try deleting the audio kexts instead of renaming them.
Also, if you installed Mac OS X Lion with Unibeast, try booting into your system with your Unibeast USB drive. Then, you can delete the kexts that you installed.
Intel GMA isn't natively supported by Mac OS X, so it's a bit of a crapshoot. Have you tried these drivers yet?
http://www.osx86.net/view/1148-x3100_64 ... _lion.html
http://www.osx86.net/notebooks/11513-li ... rfect.html
You're supposed to rename the DSDT file to "DSDT.aml" (without quotation marks) when you put it on the desktop. Then, run UserDSDT. See if this fixes your boot problem.
If not, you may want to refer to this guide: http://www.mymac4music.com/2011/10/boot0-error/
Easybeast installs NullCPUPowerManagement, which breaks sleep mode. However, for some Hackintoshes, this kext is required for Mac OS X to boot.
Try installing this instead. It does the same thing as NullCPUPowerManagement, but it doesn't break sleep. However, it's version-specific, so you have...