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    Currently I have XP installed on disk0s2 and OSX on disk0s3.
    When I boot my PC I get the XP boot options (XP or OSX).

    If I select OSX it goes to the Darwin boot screen with (Blank, XP and then OSX). It defaults to blank (backup partition).

    Is there anyway I can make the Darwin screen default to OSX (seeing as I have already selected it under XP).
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    Extra info. I cannot mark OSX partition as active as I get a hfs+ partition error.

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    Did you try this?

    - reboot with the DVD in the drive. Press F8 at Darwin Boot Loader and type -s and press enter.
    - Then type:

    fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0
    flag 3
    quit
    reboot
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    Did you try this?

    - reboot with the DVD in the drive. Press F8 at Darwin Boot Loader and type -s and press enter.
    - Then type:
    Yes but as I said before I get stuck

    Quote Originally Posted by pezmc
    I cannot mark OSX partition as active as I get a hfs+ partition error.
    Any ideas? Thanks for the help. You know your stuff!

 

 

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