This system has 2 gig ram, and an internal sata drive, dual core processors.
I have no interest in dual boot.
The sata is not formated.
Used the 10.47 JAS repack, burned on a mac.
First used toast - got "apple.plist not found"
Found this was a problem went back.
Reburned using disk utility -- same error.
If I don't use the verbose, to log errors, I get to the apple start screen -- but with a circle and line on it.
So tried and make an external USB drive. I cloned my curent drive -- without the system -- from a g4 mac onto a GPT external.
I then ran the JAS, and it sucessfully installed. However, I can't boot from the external. I've used drive set-up -- nada, it won't boot from the drive.
Tomorrow eve, should I bother and try and make just streight external boot from a jas install -- that is, install just the system onto an external?
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Posted 19 February 2007 - 08:57 AM
Posted 21 February 2007 - 05:00 PM
- 256MB PCI ExpressTM NVIDIA® GeForce® 7300LE TurboCache7
- ATI X1300 Pro 256MB
- Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3000 (Intel® GMA X3000)
- Intel® G965 Express Chipset
- Intel® Pentium® D 805 with Dual-Core Technology (2.66GHz, 533FSB)
I've tried turning off one processor, I changed in BIOS something about speed boot -- NADA -- no boot.
I've seen many plist posts, but not one that fixes the thing. I can create an editable disk image in disk utility. If I did so, could I fix the install plist?
My bios has few options -- if I try and make my external a boot, nada, even though it is a SuperDuper! made copy of the 10.47 install.
I'm torrenting every mac OS there is. Is there a way I could change the Jas Image? I can make it writeable, and if I did, how would I add/change el plist?
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