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    You have to create your partitions while you are installing Seven, make 2 partitions from there, one for windows, one for OSX

    Or... shrink your actual partition with seven but I wont recommed you to do this if you have important files on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    You have to create your partitions while you are installing Seven, make 2 partitions from there, one for windows, one for OSX

    Or... shrink your actual partition with seven but I wont recommed you to do this if you have important files on it.
    Well I had the partition ready, 50GB dedicated for OSX but I never got the install working... I keep getting kernel panics and can't find a fix. I gave up on it already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solarpolitiks View Post
    Well I had the partition ready, 50GB dedicated for OSX but I never got the install working... I keep getting kernel panics and can't find a fix. I gave up on it already...
    Come on! XD

    Try with this guide using chameleon then
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/f184/87072.htm
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    3) Make windows partition active.
    Once you installed Leopard reboot with the DVD in the drive.
    Press F8 while at Darwin Boot Loader, type -s and press Enter.

    Type the folowing commands:

    fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0
    flag 1
    quit
    reboot

    Now remove the DVD from the drive.
    How can I know which drive is which for the rdisk0??? Because I currently have two partitions, one is Vista (E: ) on is Seven (F: ). I want to remove Vista and install OSX instead. How can I know which is which?
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    I finished the whole process but after clicking on NST Mac OS X and loading the boot process I see the apple logo for a second and it restarts the laptop.


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    Default Installing Windows 7 on Hackintosh

    I already have OSX installed and I use Grub Bootloader to boot to OSX drive. How would I go about installing Windows 7 and be able to dual boot them?

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    Hello guys,

    I have Windows 7 Ultimate build 7600, the RTM from TechNet.

    I use iDeneb 10.5.8 v1.6 'Lite edition'. After installation, it does not directly boot into mac () but goes directly to Win7. Weird. After doing the EasyBCD thing, When i select my Mac entry, i get some sort of grub loader...?

    What commands do i have to type in to get into Mac...? I have it installed on my 'E:' partition.

    Running AMD Athlon64 4000+ processor with ATi Radeon x1200 series, 1 GB RAM.

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    i got nowhere on this. I installed 7, worked. I installed leopard, worked. i restarted, booted from 7 disk. clicked repair. got an error that said could not automatically repair.

    I never got to select with OS to repair. Any ideas?

    also, when i tried this

    "fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0
    flag 1
    quit
    reboot"

    i got an error that said "flag 1 invalid"

    any ideas?
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    Thank you very much for this tutorial!

    BUT! When i choose OS X in the boot menu i end up in the Grub boot loader. I have never used that, and it asks me to load kernel before i boot.

    Could someone tell me what to write, and maybe even set it to load kernel automaticly the next time?

    Thanks!!

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    Hi,
    I dont have a windows 7 dvd it was preinstalled on my pc but there is an option at boot that does a system recovery will that work?


 

 
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