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Hi,i have this problem and i can't solve!
I had iaktos l2 and i want install mountain.
I formatted the partition with lion and i install with ###### method mountain lion.
I reboot and i have installed the last chameleon but i have this error.
I try many times with chameleon wizard and with the terminal but i don' solved it!
I have 1 partition with windows and one with mac
Help me!

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http://www.macbreake...oot0-error.html

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Thankssss!!!!!
I'v tried all but not this!
In the next installation what i have to do for not have this problem?

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With the kind of drives which give this error I don't think you can avoid doing the steps in the guide to manually copy the boot1h file.
Although the newest version of chameleon may be able to these days, I can't recall correctly...

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Ok,thanks so much for the explain and the great help!

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Try this: put the folder 386 in Desktop, open app Terminal and


Look for your boot partition's identifier (diskXsY):EX: disk0s2
diskutil list

Get root access:
sudo su

cd /Users/your user/Desktop/i386

Install boot0 to the MBR:

./fdisk440 -f boot0 -u -y /dev/rdiskX

Install boot1h to the bootsector of the boot partition:

dd if=boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXsY

Copy the file "boot" to the partition:

cp boot /

Set the partition active:

./fdisk440 -e /dev/rdiskX

p <-----> (print a list on screen)
f 2 <-----> (makes partition 2 active) see your Partition
w <-----> (write to disk)
y <-----> (yes)
reboot

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Thanks!
In the next time i try this!





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