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    Default boot0:error after MAC OS X 10.5.4 install

    dear all,
    this is my first post. i have installed Ideneb 1.1 os x 10.5.4 on Intel P4, 2.8 GHz, 1 GB DDR,(having windows XP on Drive C), on EXTENDED partition drive D. The installation worked fine but after restart, i get message
    boot0:error

    can any one help me fix this problem, i want to use XP as well as OS X 10.5.4

    looking forward for ur guideline.

    regards

    zaidi



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    hey yo try this when you do the install try to choose the bare minimum like just don;t chose graphics or network just the required. and set your ide to ahci in your bios let me know if that works

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    Have you put chain0 in your c drive and added the line:
    C:\chain0="Mac OS X86"
    into boot.ini ?
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    i used acronis boot director in xp using an external usb hdd partitioned about 40gb
    in acronis i set the osx86 40gb partition to active so now i have internal hdd xp active and the usb hdd 40gb active and the remaining logical
    hope this helps

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    Have you put chain0 in your c drive and added the line:
    C:\chain0="Mac OS X86"
    into boot.ini ?
    How do you make this?


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    Set your MAC partition as active using FDISK.
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    i;m not that good with computers, is it when i'm formatting it using disk utility or where pls be precise

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    Read this

    good luck
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    Default How to fix boot0:error and it has been tested and it worked

    1.download the Ubuntu iso from here:
    2.burn it to a disk(its a small file so you wont need that big of a disc)
    3.take out your computerís hard drive if you dont have your bios set to boot from disc
    4.install ubuntu over your Mac os x so that there is nothing but Ubuntu on it
    5.make sure you change your bios to boot from disc
    6.run your boot disc and follow a tutorial to make sure your doing everything right! there is the iboot+multibeast tutorial here: tonymacx86 Blog: iBoot + MultiBeast: Install Mac OS X on any Intel-based PC and here iHackUrMac's Channel - YouTube also the boot 132 is here Install Mac Leopard OS X Retail DVD on a Ordinary PC with Boot 132 hack. | Featured and I have found a bunch more so reply and i will try to give you one that helps


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    the ubuntu link is here Download | Ubuntu


 

 

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