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Need Help: Windows 7 and iDeneb 1.4
Hi, Im using a HP G61 Laptop and i tried to install iDeneb on it
heres my specs:
i'm currently using windows 7 home premium.
Processor: AMD Athlon II Dual-Core M320 2.1GHz
Installed RAM: 4 Gb
i installed ideneb on a new partition with 13gb. but when installing i
but after installing iDeneb, i cannot boot into it since it was hanging and stuck at the apple logo.
then i tried booting back to windows 7 but i cant boot it anymore..
i tried to repair it but it cannot find an existing windows installation..
is my windows drive gone now? i cant even see it when trying to install a new win7..
Last edited by chan2; 03-06-2011 at 05:50 AM.
For mac :-
I have AMD Athalon 2 x2 255 3.1 ghz on a gigabyte motherboard .. I used kernel 9.2.0 i.e Intel speedstep wid an amd patch on iDeneb 10.5.6, the install is completetd n boots properly n starts wid registration .... hope it helps u ...
For Windows 7 :-
U should remove ur hd on which u hav installed iDeneb n then try formattin win 7 ....
If u hav the same hd then probably the mac has converted ur hd to hfs+ format and hence it cannot be read by windows 7 .. so u hav to fully format it n start a fresh installation ..
Last edited by Figo; 05-02-2011 at 04:37 PM.
thanks for the reply even though this thread was so long ago.
yes i got my windows 7 destroyed and i had to reformat it.
i cant remove my hard disk since im using a laptop and i only have one hard disk and multiple partitions.
how do i reformat my hd as i am not able to boot from win 7 dvd.
please suggest some way out
i cant take my hd out as its n laptop
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