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Moin_khan

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Friends Please Help me i installed Mac OS X 10.5.5 on my PC successfully and didn't got any error during installation after restart i fixed the boot0: error also i had early made mac osx boot menu entry using easybcd 2.2 and when i click on that mac osx entry it gets me to the darwin boot loader if i leave it without pressing f8 it gives me a never ending black screen and if i press f8 and then select the drive on which i installed mac ideneb v.10.3 it restarts and brings me back to the boot menu i tried -v and -F and many other things which i found on this forum and other forums but it does the same thing.
I'm running Windows 8 on the other side.
I'm having a manually build pc having Dual-Core E5300 @ 2.60GHz, 1 GB RAM, Intel® G33/G31 Display Adapter, Disk Drive: ST3250318AS ATA Device

Please Help me to Boot Mac on it.

{Update:- [[Problem Solved]--> I have Successfully Solved this Problem by Installing Mac OS on the last partition of my Hard Drive]

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Your system supports SL, Lion and ML. I would install ML as it would be more supported then what you are trying to do.

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I'm trying to install ideneb v 1.3 but after succesful installation when i select the drive from darwin bootloader on which i hav installed mac it immediatly restarts

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I have fixed the restart problem succesfully but now i don't have audio can u tell me which fix i should download i have Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device) and also when i turn off mac and then start it again i have to remove my keyboard plug and then attach it again in order to make it work otherwise it won't work is there any fix for it....






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