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seekigloo

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  1. Hmm, I wonder if my problem is the following:- *** Report for internal hard disk *** Current GPT partition table: # Start LBA End LBA Type 1 40 409639 EFI System (FAT) 2 409640 123775847 Mac OS X HFS+ 3 123775848 125045383 Mac OS X Boot Current MBR partition table: # A Start LBA End LBA Type 1 1 125045423 ee EFI Protective MBR contents: Boot Code: None Partition at LBA 40: Boot Code: None (Non-system disk message) File System: FAT32 Listed in GPT as partition 1, type EFI System (FAT) Partition at LBA 409640: Boot Code: None File System: HFS Extended (HFS+) Listed in GPT as partition 2, type Mac OS X HFS+ Partition at LBA 123775848: Boot Code: None File System: HFS Extended (HFS+) Listed in GPT as partition 3, type Mac OS X Boot I'm guessing it isn't right.
  2. Well I managed to get back to OS X using the PRAM reset and the OS X install disc. Lucky me. Don't know if I feel brave enough to get back into windows now lol. There are a couple of problems that I still need to address, probably one is to see if there is a 3rd party windows app for selecting the OS X boot disk. I had tried the various fixes for the control panel that people were saying worked but nothing happened for me at all, that's why I was getting a little worried. I'd love to have the 2nd graphics card in the MP, however I don't have enough of the 6 pin molex connectors for both as my current card eats them all up. Maybe I should just get a new MP as all the optical drives are SATA and the only real reason I needed the AHCI issue resolved was so that the BD drive was active in windows... Thanks for the script and everything though, I'm certainly not ungrateful for that.
  3. I seem to have encountered a major problem (with my machine as much as anything) after using the script. I have a MacPro 1,1 and bought a sata BD writer. I connected it to the spare sata connectors and it came up fine in OS X but invisible in Win7. I used the script and it found the drive after a reboot. However I have a serious problem. When I tired to boot back to OS X using the bootcamp control panel it reboots straight to windows. If I try to open the control panel proper it tells me I may not have access rights to do so. I tried using the 'OPTION' key during boot-up to select boot disk but as I use a 'non-officially supported' graphics card I don't see anything at all to let me select the correct partition. My last resort was to try and boot of the last OS X DVD ROM I have but that just got spat back out at me. I can see the OS X boot disk in windows. My next stage is to reset PRAM and see if that makes a difference but if that doesn't work I'm seriously stumped. Help/advice would be most welcome.
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