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    Default OSX Snow never worked!...help please

    first of all this is the main spec

    -EP45UD3LR
    -Kingston HyperX 1066 4gb
    -Standard DVD Reader/Burner
    -Hitachi 80gb HDD
    -Gigabyte Radeon HD 4870
    -All installation are usb based as i dont have retail DVD

    i have read a lot (literally a lot) of threads on snow hackintosh on this mother board...The problem is it never worked for me...I follow the lifehacker guide(bios is already tweaked etc etc, Disk utility bla bla)i know all those stuff and still never work...i try to install iATKOS v7 also doesnt work...i have another mobo GA-EG41M-US2H (micro atx with less option in bios) it works flawlessly, i dnt even have to mess with the bios...

    i think the main problem is i dont have the dvd...
    any one could help?

    to give advice?
    to teach or point on a guide how to burn a dmg file in PC to DL dvd so i can use it as retail dvdd?
    or any other suggestion?

    just let me know if u guys need pics or video of my problem...



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    1. Your motherboard should be one of the most OSX friendly, and hence there should not be much trouble installing OSX whether it's Leopard or SL.
    2. Installer medium (USB, DVD, HDD) should not be much dependable.
    3. There are guides/tuts available for the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    1. Your motherboard should be one of the most OSX friendly, and hence there should not be much trouble installing OSX whether it's Leopard or SL.
    2. Installer medium (USB, DVD, HDD) should not be much dependable.
    3. There are guides/tuts available for the board.
    So, i try to give it another shot and try again and i got this error...could u identify the problem?anyone?

    EBIOS read error : Error 0x01
    Block 0x0 Sectors 0
    EBIOS read error : Error 0x01
    Block 0x96e88 Sectors 0

    And then it ask me to restart the computer....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfi View Post
    So, i try to give it another shot and try again and i got this error...could u identify the problem?anyone?

    EBIOS read error : Error 0x01
    Block 0x0 Sectors 0
    EBIOS read error : Error 0x01
    Block 0x96e88 Sectors 0

    And then it ask me to restart the computer....
    It's not much to do with your board yet.
    There are problems with reading the media content.
    If hardware and iso/dmg files are ok, on DVD it means bad burn.
    If on USB then you could/should check your restoring method and redo it.
    BTW, what is the OSX distro/version?
    Last edited by ratvn; 08-17-2010 at 07:35 PM.

 

 

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