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    I have win7 installed on my FSC Amilo pa3553 lap top.
    I would like too dual boot it with iatkos v7.
    Could it be possible to create 3 partitions on my 320gb hdd, for example:

    partition 1 - 20gb with installed win7
    partition 2 - 20gb with mac
    partition 3 - 280gb for storing music/videos/photos/ other files

    so that third partition could be seen from both mac or win booted? Which file system is compatible with both mac and win7, ntfs or fat32?



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    I have tried to install iAtkos v7 on my lap top, the same install disc that I have managed to install to my pc.
    So, I already had win7 installed on partition c:, from win i have created f: partition sized 20gb. I have run the iAtkos installation, but after the first restart, it gets to grey screen with apple logo and the is no that loading circle at the bottom, so it like freezes there. When I take out the installation disc and restart computer, just right after the bios splash screen (before even getting to darwin) it shows messages:
    boot0: testing
    boot0: error

    Any idea whats happening???

 

 

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