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wolfstainjitsu

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Greetings to all, I have a pc with UEFI BIOS system, and let me know that I do to install the snow leopard, since most requested tutorials using bootloaders but none recognizes me UEFI boot: S, thanks in advance !

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Chameleon is designed to emulate EFI. Since UEFI is a development of EFI, either you should use a legacy BIOS mode (non UEFI boot; Chameleon should then work fine), or use a different bootloader that supports UEFI. Clover for instance.

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Clover! Ask help here: Clover General discussion

3.14r2, is there another?

Edited by theconnactic, 08 March 2013 - 05:53 AM.


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What's your motherboard,sire?

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3.14r2, is there another?

XPC if I'm not mistaken...

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XPC uses the boot.efi native bootloader, but as far as i know, it boots from BIOS mode...






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