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    I have a hp dv5-1060ej.. I want to install sl but I dont have a mac system so I decided trying boot132 with hazard's sl.. I have the kekts for my notebook but I dont know how to edit, and use boot132 I downloaded the generic iso and extracted it and then tried to extract initrd.img with winiso and magiciso but didnt work..
    I have win xp sp3
    Can u also tell me what to do after I extraced initrd and how to use the boot132
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    Quote Originally Posted by maround View Post
    I have a hp dv5-1060ej.. I want to install sl but I dont have a mac system so I decided trying boot132 with hazard's sl.. I have the kekts for my notebook but I dont know how to edit, and use boot132 I downloaded the generic iso and extracted it and then tried to extract initrd.img with winiso and magiciso but didnt work..
    I have win xp sp3
    Can u also tell me what to do after I extraced initrd and how to use the boot132
    Thanks
    Hi there,
    Hazard SL should be bootable, and if it has your chipsets driver/fixed then you may not need boot132. Have you tried that SL with boot options?

    Just a quick thought.
    Regards,

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    :/ it gives me still waiting for root device

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    Quote Originally Posted by maround View Post
    :/ it gives me still waiting for root device
    Have you try:
    -x -v "rd"="disk0"

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    hey i just read that if i remove the dvd drive then i can install it so i have a 8gb sandisk cruzer how can i install hazard's cd from it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maround View Post
    hey i just read that if i remove the dvd drive then i can install it so i have a 8gb sandisk cruzer how can i install hazard's cd from it?
    What do you mean by install cd from it?
    You can try plugging in your USB to see. It also depends on which one is SATA/IDE.

 

 

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