sorry to be writing here, but I'm new here and I can't for the life of me find where I can start a new thread. I've searched the help and found nothing. Can anyone help me?
I must recover this thread because I want to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on my m11x.
This is what I tried to do.
-I made a partition with Easeus Partition Master, so now I have one with Windows 7, another with the Recovey of W7, and the last called MacOSX-Snow, formated in NTSC.
-Then, I booted from DVD the Iatkos s3 v2 and I had to run it with "-x -v cpus=1 busratio=8" to get into installation.
-Later, in utility disk I erased the MacOSX-Snow partition that I created with the Windows 7 and formated it as Mac OS (journaled).
-Finally, I run the installation, just adding in the option the Chameleon RC5 bootloader and the nvidia vga graphics.
Everything goes ok until the installation finishes and rebooting. In that moment, after the alienware logo, I get an error saying "boot0: error" and I can't do anything else than boot from DVD again.
If I boot from DVD and I run installed Mac OS (with -x -v cpus=1 busratio=8), the system restarts again.
So my problem is that I can't get into Mac, but yes on Windows if I boot from DVD to avoid boot0 error.
I deleted that partition with Windows 7 again to start from 0 but the boot0 error is still happening.
Anyone can help me? Which option should I choose to make a succesfull installation?
Here is my laptops hardware:
Motherboard: Alienware m11x r2
CPU: Intel Core i5 U520
4GB of RAM
Need more info? ask me!
Thank you again!
Last edited by Surfi; 10-19-2010 at 10:40 PM.
OMG!! I want exactly that!
Well, the booting problem is solved. Now I start the computer and can choose between Mac or Windows 7 with Chameleon.
But I can't run Mac, it restarts when the apple appears on screen, it does not work even with -x -v busratio=20 (or 8) comands...