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I can't boot into OS X since installing Windows onto a separate drive.


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Hey all, 

I'm looking for some help here. 

My hackintosh was working perfectly fine. I had OS X installed on one drive and Windows installed on another. I could boot to both of them just fine. I needed to format my 32-bit Windows 7 drive so I could install Windows 7 64 bit for a video game. After installing Windows, my hackintosh would automatically boot into Windows. This told me that the bootloader was possibly broken and needed to be reinstalled. I burned the latest edition of ##### and booted from the cd. This gave me the option to choose what system I wanted to boot into. I chose my OS X system and it briefly showed the grey apple screen and then the computer restarted. I can't get it to stop doing this. I have tried -v -x -f PCIRootUID=0 GraphicsEnabler=Yes and No. 

I can't figure out why anything would have been changed.

Does anybody know what may have happened and how I can fix this? 


Thanks a lot.







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