Thank you for the guide! :)
Unfortunately, OSX Disk Utility is unable to format the partition after ERASING it. :woz:
I previously set up 4 partitions:
Part 1: XP, ntsf,
Part 2: XP, ntsf,
Part 3: logical extended, ntsf (I use for temporary storage)
Part 4: Fat 32 lba for this LEO install, 10 GB
Part 5: unallocated
OSX Disk Utility is able to see all partitions and ERASE Partition 4, but the formatting and new label -> fails.
I get same results with iDeneb v184.108.40.206.6 or Kalyway 10.5.2.
I am on HP nc8430 Intel CoreDuo notebook, with SATA HDD.
After creating LEO partition with either GParted or Acronis, I get same results in OSX Disk Utility. The LEO partition shows up in GParted as hfs+.
Any help is warmly appreciated!
Thank you! :) :)
Okay, so here goes. I just want to make sure that before i download the iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite Edition ISO and try this out on my Toshiba Satellite A210 that my processor is pretty much okay with it for the install
So heres my specs that showed up when i used CPU-Z
*used the online validator on the OHP*
CPU-Z Validator 3.1
And here's the HTML info file it generated for me for more info
*uploaded to Easyshare*
How can I have Windows and iDeneb in my laptop?
My problem is that it just keeps wanting to install itself over and over. it never comes to the "Welcome" screen. i take the disk out and try, but it just keeps restarting itself whenever it tries to boot from the "MAC OSX" titled hard drive. =/
Followed the tutorial down to every detail. Any idea why its just restarting itself??
i'm using Snow Leopard on my notebook and works very well.
try this one: Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 Intel AMD made by Hazard (download torrent) - TPB
after installation is complete. then restart
and booting, it appears as below
Press any key to reboot
what should I do?
question would be if I can do the same installation on a partitioned hard drive will that work, will there be any issues with the dual boot screen
when it say Darwin...press F8, type cpus=1 (or if that not work use: -x32 cpus=1).