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iAtkos L2 Restarts during first-boot after successful install

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i installed iatkos l2 on my pc. after successful install i fixed mbr using win 7 dvd then used easybcd to add os x to windows mbr. now am not able to boot into the installation. chameleon loads and after a few seconds flashes a white apple screen then restarts. in verbose mode it outputs a lot of "Loading HFS+ file" messages then restarts. i tried reinstalling many times and also inderting commands like:


cpus=1 busratio=20 -v -f -x PCIRootID=0


ive also tried installing in ahci then in ide nothing works. important thing to note is ive installed it in a logical partition and am booting from win 7 bootloader. i hav win 7 in my primary partition which i dont want to disturb. i tried booting from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] boot123 etc and they dont work too.


some please help me correct this


my specs:


nVidia GeForce 210 DDR3

Intel Core i5 Processor



pls help out!!

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You should get a program called FreeBCD. It has many options for Macintosh as well as other Windows and even Linux distributions!



The software is free as long as it is used for non-commercial purposes.


Hope this works for you.






Try flags:

PCIRootUID=0 or 1 (whichever your system is) cpus=1 arch=x86_64 -v


That's really all you need.


If that doesn't work, your graphics card may be causing issues..

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