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    Hallo guys ,

    I got a problem with installing macosx (kalyway, iatkos, ideneb )on my pc because osx doesn't see my SATA hard disks.
    How can i fix this (i have made a unallocated partition for macosx)

    My specs :
    ACER E500
    2.8 ghz Intel Dual Core Pentium D
    1024 mb memory
    250 GB SATA hard disk
    AMI bios ( more than 2 years old but i cant find updates)

    I hope you can help me



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    Try making an Active RAW Partition
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    how do i do that

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    Gparted or partition magic, google it
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    oke i try but that can't fix the problem because the problem is that macosx my sata hd dont reconigse


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    Quote Originally Posted by ddennis View Post
    oke i try but that can't fix the problem because the problem is that macosx my sata hd dont reconigse
    i have tried but in partition magic i can only choose between :
    -fat
    -fat32
    -NTFS
    -linux ext2
    -linux ext3
    -linux swap
    -extended
    -unformatted

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    I wonder if you did this:

    - After selecting your Language.
    - Use Disk Utility from the Utilities menu. In Disk Utility, Select your Partition, and format you should choose Mac OS Extended (Journaled). After partitioning, quit Disk Utility to return to the Leopard Installer.
    - Then you have be able to see your Destination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    I wonder if you did this:

    - After selecting your Language.
    - Use Disk Utility from the Utilities menu. In Disk Utility, Select your Partition, and format you should choose Mac OS Extended (Journaled). After partitioning, quit Disk Utility to return to the Leopard Installer.
    - Then you have be able to see your Destination.
    i have done that but, the disk utility doesn't see the hd, that's the problem

 

 

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