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    Default Does not boot after isntallation

    I have a
    Intel P4 3.0 Ghz on intel 915glvga chipset
    1gb ram
    sata1 160 Gb hdd
    Nvidia 7100gs 256 Mb
    samsung dvd-combo drive


    I tried installing the 10.4.9 uphuck v1.3 dvd, I burnt the dvd using power iso on vista

    I formatted my second drive using partition magic
    I couldnt install osx at first due to the error waiting for oot device, then I put my dvd drive on master, then It worked
    It took to long for the GUI to start, I selected packages, not sure if they were correct
    I installed it sucessfully

    on reboot it says:

    use keys to select start up volume:
    hd (0,1) windows NTFS
    hd (0,5) MAC OS X
    hd (0,6) that 70's show
    hd (0,7) Muzic
    hd (0,8) softwares
    hd (0,9) Movies

    Press enter to start up darwin/x86 with no options, or you can:
    type -v and press enter to start up with diagnostatic messages
    type ? and press enter to learn about advanced startup options

    boot:


    when I press enter , the screen blinks and the same screen appears again. can anybody help please plaese help....
    Couldnt find the solution, am a noob please help

    Please tell me the packages I need to select...
    Last edited by aditya_g8; 10-18-2007 at 04:28 PM.



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    Have you put the ChainO file in your windows directory? Also i found a great deal more success in saving a bios entry for my osx installation that is basically standard (default) for all settings (although it worked with an overclock). My point is make sure you have followed all the directions carefull.

    Shutdown instead of restart helps too. Turn your machine off at the PSU for a second or two, start up and it might help.
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    move the cursor at the hd(0,5),then"enter"!!!
    or do this in windows xp:
    1/download "tboot:'
    2/put it into c:/windows
    3/open c:\windows\boot.ini
    4/add this at the end:c:\tboot="mac os x"(with the quotation marks)
    5/you can change the number in the first line to acquire more times to determine which system is you want.
    sorry for my broken english!
    Last edited by mamamii; 11-19-2007 at 01:59 PM.

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    if the system is not work yet! it's miserable! you must reinstall the system ,remeber: don't select too much option at the beginning! most reason is that your hardware can not be compatible!
    Last edited by mamamii; 11-19-2007 at 02:15 PM.

 

 

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