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b0 error in VMware?


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zeeduckieez

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When I boot in VMware, I get the b0 error. Is there any way to fix this?

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Try the following:

http://forum.insanel...showtopic=22844

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I used a virtual disk, not a partition.

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Found this in the wiki:

Here is how to fix the b0 error in VMWare:

Install Mac OS X in VMWare, after you reboot when the installation is done, press Esc right as the VMWare logo appears.

Then, boot from your Mac OS X install DVD and proceed with going to Terminal and setting the partition active. ( http://forum.insanel...showtopic=22844 )

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bump, because it works.





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