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Installation Dosn't Detect my HD
Hi ive recently been tryin to install osx leopard on my pc the toh Rc2 release.
It all loads up Fine but when it get to the part to ask me for my destination there just nothing there
I have 2 partitions one that is unallocated which i plan to install osx on and the other partition has windows 7 installed onto it
Any knows how can i get my partition to show up?
Would really appreciate your help Thanks in advance.
Last edited by stackat30k; 10-16-2009 at 06:38 PM.
Sum1 Please there must be sum1 who can help surely
im a no0b at this sorta shit ,
THis thing is really startin pissin me off now
Ive even tryed ideneb but on the boot screen it jsut say ''still waiting for root device'' so bollics to that unless any 1 can help with that
Last edited by stackat30k; 10-17-2009 at 02:38 PM.
How to get your partition to show.
1. Ok on the menu bar up the top click "Utilities"
2. Click "Disk Utility"
3. Click on the Name of your partition. (On the left) You want to install Mac on not Windows 7.
4. Now Click the Erase tab.
5. In the drop down menu (Next to the word "Format") Make sure it says Mac OS Extended (Journaled) if not click it and then select:
Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
6. Click Erase.
Now exit Disk utility (Red Circle top right <<)
And it will appear.
Yes ive tryed this but my partition dosnt even show up in the disk utility neither does my windows 7 partition its like it dosnt even know my hard drive is there
Originally Posted by jacktabby
What format should i give my partition, fat32?NTFC?
cheers for ya help
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