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Some features of OS X Lion are not supported for the disk Macintosh


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It is really sad for me I was running OSX Lion 10.7.5 on my dell inspiron N5010 and update it to Mountain lion 10.8.2 successfully. Right this point my hard disk dumped and then I was unable to sign in to my OS X parttion. So i have decided to make a fresh installation. But no success :( . When I start installation it shows me "Some features of OS X Lion are not supported for the disk Macintosh"
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More than 50 times I had installed os x on this HD. Never saw this type of error before.
I never backup my osx. So if i clic on customize, get nothing to backup.
If anybody face such problem please help me, how can I overcome?

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I think that's something new in 10.7.5 or 10.8.2. That's because it can't create a Recovery partition on your hard drive. Just ignore it, as all Hackintoshes will get that error (in past versions it didn't show the error, but you still would have those features missing).

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But if I start installation after 10-12 minutes its shutdown pc, every time I had tried. You are right... I have installed previous version - Snow Leopard 10.6.8 successfully. Running as before. Don't know why Mountain Lion not installing!!!!!!!!!

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No not working at all. Same problem :(





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