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    Default [Solved] Dual booting problem with Windows 7

    Here are the step I followed.

    1) Windows 7 was already installed in C:. I formatted my second partition with disk management.
    2) I booted with ideneb dvd.
    3) I again formated my partition in ideneb disk utility.
    4) I chosen Voodoo Kernel, Chameleon 2.0 boot loader and ps2 fix in custom tabs.
    5) I successfully installed mac. Everything worked like charm including even no driver problem occured.

    Now only problem is dual booting. During boot if i insert my ideneb setup dvd it successfully boots mac(without selecting any options) but if i removed the disk windows 7 boots.
    How to make chameleon work ? Or any other boot loader? Without using setup disk.

    Any way my system is:
    AMD 3000+ 1.8 GHZ
    Asus M2V-TVM(VIAK8M890 + VT8237R)
    Nvidia 7300LE
    1GB RAM DDR2
    Realtek AC'97 Audio
    IDE HDD and Dvd Drive.

    Distro Used.
    ideneb 1.6 Leopard 10.5.8 lite.

    And thank to mod who help me here.
    Never mind.
    I fixed by using this method.

    Previously i was downloaded easybcd1.7 but when i installed easybcd2.0 beta. It worked.
    Last edited by ubaid88; 09-01-2009 at 05:32 PM.



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