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    Default [HOW TO] Create a dualboot with Seven-Leopard using Chameleon

    Hi,
    i write this tutorial to create a dualboot using only Chameleon 2 RC2 between Seven and Leopard to share with you:

    - Install Leopard, there are a lot of guides to know how install it
    - Install Seven with its DVD
    - After Seven is installed, at your reboot, Seven will be the only OS bootable
    - In Seven do this steps:
    - Open "Run" and type "cmd"
    - type "diskpart"
    - type "list disk"
    - type "select disk X", where X is the HDD number where Seven and Leopard are installed
    - type "list partition"
    - type "select partition X", where X is the n of Leopard partition
    - type "active"
    - type "exit"
    - reboot Seven

    - Now reinstall Chameleon bootloader
    - Insert Seven's DVD and go to Prompt in the "repair my computer" section
    - Now, once Prompt appears, type this command:
    - type "cmd"
    - type "diskpart"
    - type "list disk"
    - type "select disk X", where X is the HDD number where Seven and Leopard are installed
    - type "list partition"
    - type "select partition X", where X is the n of Seven partition
    - type "active"
    - type "exit"
    - reboot

    - With the Seven's DVD into, goes into
    - "repair my computer"
    - select "repair and restart" which appears automatically

    - Now Seven will load, and when you are into Seven do this steps:
    - Open "Run" and type "cmd"
    - type "diskpart"
    - type "list disk"
    - type "select disk X", where X is the HDD number where Seven and Leopard are installed
    - type "list partition"
    - type "select partition X", where X is the n of Leopard partition
    - type "active"
    - type "exit"
    - reboot once again

    and...

    NOW CHAMELON SHOULD BOOT SEVEN AND LEOPARD AS WELL



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    Thx for sharing mirco ;D surely will help
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    Default wow!

    this guide did it for me... solved a lot of problems!
    some steps could be a bit more detailed, but all in all, i found a LOT of answers to my questions in this one.

    cheers

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    this may be a stupid question, but how do i know which partition leopard is installed to and which seven is installed to?

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    Help! after the reinstall of chameleon, with 7 dvd in it does not find my windows installation and errors out saying "Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically." Any suggetstions?


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    Quote Originally Posted by reocej View Post
    Help! after the reinstall of chameleon, with 7 dvd in it does not find my windows installation and errors out saying "Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically." Any suggetstions?
    You need to set your windows partition as your active partition.

    Reboot into your Win7 DVD
    hit Fn+Shft+F10 to get command prompt
    - type "diskpart"
    - type "list disk"
    - type "select disk X", where X is the HDD number where Seven and Leopard are installed
    - type "list partition"
    - type "select partition X", where X is the # of WIN 7 partition
    - type "active"
    - type "exit"
    - reboot once again

    Try going to repair againand it should see the windows installation.

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    Worked for me the first time.
    Thanks, Mirco.

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    what is the character after each "exit" in the instructions? it just shows up as a box with 0010 in it with firefox (and does anyone know how to fix that?). thanks.

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    Thanks so much mirco, worked like a charm =)

    The first thing I tried was:

    1) Installed Hackintosh
    2) Installed 7
    3) Installed EasyBCD and added a mac entry

    But when I tried to load mac from there I got read errors and stuff, why would that be?

    Also, now that I'm using chameleon, I still have the mac os entry on the windows boot loader, how do I remove it?

    Cheers
    Spec

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectre1989 View Post
    Thanks so much mirco, worked like a charm =)

    The first thing I tried was:

    1) Installed Hackintosh
    2) Installed 7
    3) Installed EasyBCD and added a mac entry

    But when I tried to load mac from there I got read errors and stuff, why would that be?

    Also, now that I'm using chameleon, I still have the mac os entry on the windows boot loader, how do I remove it?

    Cheers
    Spec
    Go to EasyBCD, Click "Edit Boot Menu", click your annoying boot entry, click Delete, Click Save Settings!


 

 
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