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Why Darwine does not work suddenly?


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dududau

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Here's my case, i installed Transmission on my comp, uninstall, installed Tomato torrent a few times, well, long story,

i didnt bother rebooting into OS X anymore...i've been using windows then.
For 3 days, now i tried to enter OS X from the boot screen...

well, here's the process, first, you'll be asked which OS you want to boot, i choose OS X
then they'll ask which partition the OS X is installed, usually i can choose one, before the 8 seconds
time is up.

However, this time, when i press a key, nothing appears...it's like it's stuck there.

What should i do? reinstall the whole thing?!
Is there a way to just fix darwine?

Thank you

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hmm, did you make any changes, ex sata or such...sata acts real wierd if I also use ide on my system!

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hmm, did you make any changes, ex sata or such...sata acts real wierd if I also use ide on my system!


nope, the only changes i did was, installing Transmission, uninstalling Tomato torrent, then decided to switch back,
so i uninstall Transmission. Installed Azureus as mentioned in this theard,
http://forum.osx86pr...?showtopic=2251 (used zzhu's build)
uninstalled it and finallly reinstalled Tomato Torrent. Haha, did a lot of work there.
But does it affects darwine? That's curious though.

That was all.





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