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    Hello,

    About two years ago I've installed OsX 10.5 using iDeneb with much appreciated help from the experts here. during this time I have run it flawless, being very proud of my home made MAC. I have a dual core Intel on a Asus P5B MB.
    Now I am devastated...

    I have removed a DVD drive (used to have two) and few days later when I wanted to boot, I've got the prompt for awhile and normally after that I would get the Apple's logo but now I get:
    boot0: GPT
    boot0: error

    On the same computer I have also Windows on another drive and when switching from one OS to another, I go into BIOS and set the windoze drive to be the booting drive and this config worked for two years. In fact, I have saved into BIOS to config and I only choose one and load it with the correct setting for the given OS. So through Windows, as always, I can see the MAC drive and everything seems to be in place.

    I am stuck and devastated. It seems some booting files got screwed but have no idea how. Please help me out to bring this hackintosh back to life.



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    Any advice please?

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    All pros are gone from this forum?

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    I could boot from the original iDeneb disk and went to Disk Utilities.
    Trying to verify or repair the disk would end up in an error:
    Invalid BS_jmpBoot in boot block: fa31c0

    I am further ask for some guidance if anyone around, please.

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    Default Set the boot flags

    Google GParted, burn it to the cd, and boot it. Then select the partion and select flags. Check boot. You're done!


 

 

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