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    Red face I can't boot from HD

    I've a iPc universal and I tried to install Mac Os on my Hp dv2000 series notebook but...

    suddenly the installation crash and say me that the installation canīt set my disk to boot from it.

    I restart my nb with iPc DVD inside and wen time to boot from DVD is over it boot OSx from my HD, but only if the DVD is inside. If I eject the DVD and try to boot the Bios say:

    boot1: error

    I think that the problem is the boot loader... and my friends told me that I need to change my SATA driver in the bios but my bios don't have the option.

    I want to boot normaly.. please help me



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dj-Neo View Post
    I've a iPc universal and I tried to install Mac Os on my Hp dv2000 series notebook but...

    suddenly the installation crash and say me that the installation canīt set my disk to boot from it.

    I restart my nb with iPc DVD inside and wen time to boot from DVD is over it boot OSx from my HD, but only if the DVD is inside. If I eject the DVD and try to boot the Bios say:

    boot1: error

    I think that the problem is the boot loader... and my friends told me that I need to change my SATA driver in the bios but my bios don't have the option.

    I want to boot normaly.. please help me
    I figured this one out last night. When you install ideneb, you need to open the disk configurator in utilities and go to options. There you will be able to select a MBR option for the way the partition will be created. Apparantly, Apple hardware doesnt need partitions to be MBR related. So if you are not using non apple hardware, you need to select this option. Upon reinstalling ideneb last night on my AMD rig, i was able to boot OSX witout needing the ideneb disk to boot.

 

 

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