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Mutant

Member Since 28 Jan 2007
Offline Last Active Nov 01 2012 09:26 PM
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In Topic: Samsung laptop and UEFI boot

11 April 2012 - 08:46 PM

Dear Cybermiguel,

Any change at your situation? Could you succeed to instal Win7 x64 and Lion at your UEFI Laptop?

In Topic: Samsung laptop and UEFI boot

13 December 2011 - 08:41 PM

Dear cybermiguel,

I have a similiar problem. So I would like to ask what happened at your case? Is there any change? Could you install both win7 64 bit and lion together?

I have a new Lenovo b570 laptop with UEFI bios. Opposite to your Samsung I do not have an option for legacy MBR boot. It directly boots UEFI system. I installed win7 64 bit on GPT partition. Now I am googling and searching on how to install lion (preferably iatkos) on GPT partiton. If I can find a solution for this, then I am planning to make a multiboot machine with w7 64 bit, iatkos and Ubuntu in one.

Any recommendation is highly appreciated.

In Topic: Got a new Lenovo B570 laptop. RAWR! Need help!

13 December 2011 - 08:28 PM

Hi Alphaville-X,

Two questions:

- Did you install lion on MBR partition or GPT patition?
- Did you install Lion standalone or is your Lenovo has dualboot?

In Topic: How to prevent going into gray screen in verbose mode during boot?

13 December 2011 - 06:47 PM

Hi Powerboy,
Could you solve this problem. Is there any development in your case. I have a new Lenovo B570 with 8 GB RAM, i3 Processor and 500GB HDD.

I am planning to make a multi boot system with iAtkos-L2, Win7 64 bit and Ubuntu, all in one. I think, still I need to read a lot. After a few try, I noticed that Lenovo's primitive UEFI boot is somehow incompatible with Mac OSX lion. Iatkos couldn't boot on GPT partition of my Lenovo. I cannot use legacy MBR system because of Win7 64 bit will not work on MBR.

So, I couldn't find the solution yet. Any help or recommendation is highly welcome. :-)
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