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what error? my boot-132 is on a usb drive so the configuration may be different from yours. try to replace the biosdev with yours and see if it solves the problem

tried it in my usb-flashdisk too. just to confirm, using your usb-flashdisk, u prepared your boot-132-syslinux loader. then u can DIRECTLY BOOT from VESAMENU to the SPECIFIC HDD-PARTITION for your LEOPARD or VISTA?

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it defaults to leopard

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it defaults to leopard

well, i guess i'll settle back to my present bootloader. as i've mentioned before, using vesamenu is just a "pretty delay" in bootloading when u cannot boot directly from it to the particular/specific hdd/partition.

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if you guys have time, could you guys plesae help me with some links on " setp by step "of doing this?
thanks a lot.
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if you guys have time, could you guys plesae help me with some links on " setp by step "of doing this?
thanks a lot.
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Hey guys, I'm trying something similar, but for some reason it's skipping straight to the partition selector, I'm using syslinux 3.72, is this ok?

EDIT: I've got it working now, it turns out I screwed up syslinux.cfg somehow, I started again and it's working now. :)

EDIT2:

I'm playing around a little more with syslinux.cfg, here's my line which boots OSX

KERNEL /mboot.c32
APPEND biosdev=80 /boot --- /ds3.img

Now, I was wondering if it's possible to pass parameters to boot 132? What I need is to pass "-v -f" to boot 132 so it loads all my extensions... is this possible?

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Hi guys,

Its is possible to add any little sound (.wav.. or similar) to the booting proccess?

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Hi all...

Can I make triple boot and put loader on a flash disk:

1. HDD XP
2. HDD Tiger (MBR)
3. HDD Leopard (GUID)

?

Every OS has it's own physical HDD with a single partition on it.

I can dual boot XP & Tiger thru chain0 and XP boot.ini without problems but cannot add Leopard to it... boot0, gpt doesn't work.

Thanks!





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