Discuss HELP ME!!!/com.apple.boot.plist not found at the Archiv (Leopard) - Hackint0sh.org; which version of 10.4.8, there was a number of releases......
which version of 10.4.8, there was a number of releases...
Mac OS X 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso
I have the same problem, same iso but different machine.
<<< System Summary >>>
> Mainboard : Gigabyte 965P-S3
> Chipset : Intel P965
> Processor : Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 @ 1866 MHz
> Physical Memory : 3072 MB
> Video Card : Nvidia Corp GeForce 7900 GS
> Hard Disk : Maxtor (204 GB)
> DVD-Rom Drive : SONY DVD RW DW-G120A SCSI CdRom Device
> Monitor Type : HW191D - 19 inches
> Network Card : Marvell Semiconductor (Was: Galileo Technology Ltd) Marvell Semiconductor (Was: Galileo Technology Ltd)
> Network Card : Broadcom Corp BCM4309 802.11a/b/g
> Operating System : Windows Vista (TM) Home Premium Home Edition 6.00.6000
> DirectX : Version 10.00
> Windows Performance Index : 5.4
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All you have to do is pop in the install dvd, once the boot screen comes on telling you to choose your language, click next and then open the disk utility from the utilities menu on the top bar of the install screen. Select your disk in the left windows and then select partition. Delete your partition, make sure no partitions are left, and repartition it to use all your hd space.
Once its partitioned, you will see only one partition. Not the 2 partitions you was seeing before.
I believe this error is caused from the boot record trying to access the plist file on the first partition.. in this case is not your osx partition. Its the free space.
I was getting this error until I tried this. Hope this helps..
...They can not boot the install DVD in the first place. I have the same problem with my laptop. I think this is happening 'cos an incompatible hardware configuration. In my case the DVD unit is connected to the 2nd IDE channel. The bootloader tryes to acess the boot.plist file somewhere else (in the 1st IDE channel I guess). In a desktop is no problem; you just open the case and change the connectors. With a laptop is more complicated.
The best options in such a case is to install osx through VMware to a native partition...
...or try a firewire or usb DVD unit....
...Other option is to take the HD from the laptop, connect it (via 2,5 to 3,5 IDE adapter) to a desktop PC, do the installation there and then put the HD back. I've done this, it works, but VMware method works too and once you know how to do it is much simpler.
Last edited by blackchungo; 07-24-2007 at 06:36 PM.
so why is uphucks release the only one ive ever used that has had this problem i wonder. i gave up on it immediately and used tubgirls which seem to work great with AMD.
Just thought I would drop by and say Hi (and get my 3 posts before I can start a new thread)
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