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Can I install 10.8 to GPT SSD with TF Card with USB Reader with myHack with P45 motherboard with BIOS?


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use TF card to install myHack,because USB 2.0 Stick is slow
then I install 10.8 to SSD that format with GPT
install chameleon and windows 8.1 to HDD

Do I have to buy a USB 3.0 USB stick to install myHack?
My motherboard BIOS doesn't support GPT,is it possible boot from chameleon on MBR HDD to 10.8 on GPT SSD?
What File system should HDD 900GB partition use for both 10.8 and windows 8.1 data storage?NTFS OK?

Is this possible,or there is some question I don't know?

sorry for my bad english,best wishes.



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hello

 

if u mobo don't support gpt .. how it gonna see the ssd ?

 

why u don't use mbr in the ssd and install os x with patch installer for mbr ?

 

best share files format is ExFat

 

u can try .. maybe u don't have problems

 

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hello

 

if u mobo don't support gpt .. how it gonna see the ssd ?

 

why u don't use mbr in the ssd and install os x with patch installer for mbr ?

 

best share files format is ExFat

 

u can try .. maybe u don't have problems

 

good hack

I got it,I can't use GPT on boot HDD SSD or USB.I have to use MBR.

I have used mbr and dual boot windows 8 and ML  with patch installer for mbr in HDD.But there is a bug I don't know why.When I get update from apple,it always say fail at last step,but when restart complete update it works well.

Maybe ExFat performance not as good as NTFS and HFS+,windows 8.1 for games,OS X for multimedia and daily use.



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hello

 

man is native exfat in both os .. no need third part software..

 

is u decision.. the hack is yours..

 

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hello

 

man is native exfat in both os .. no need third part software..

 

is u decision.. the hack is yours..

 

good hack

Seems like exfat is not widely used and is old extend so I think it's not native by modern system,I used exfat on OS X,seems slowly than HFS+,put iTunes Media Folder on exfat,play music doesn't as smooth as HFS+.and MacDrive provide a driver to visit HFS+ on windows.I think HFS+ is a better choice.

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