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  1. Thank you for the info. I do have a separate hard disk that I am going to use for the Hackintosh. I had already wondered if I shouldn't disconnect the other Windows hard drives (I have one for Win7 and one for WinXP) plus I have other hard drives for data. Should I disconnect all of them and leave only the one for Hackintosh connected? OK...you say to add an entry for MacOS in EasyBCD (which is what I use). Can you tell me exactly step by step what I should add? And what I should I input in command prompt with BCEDIT? I have downloaded the Apple Mac OS 10.6.8 Snow Leopard. Is that the best one to use? I do not find in the file a file by the name of "chain0." Where would it be? Do I need to download Chameleon also, and if so how would I use it? Do I just need the file "chain0" out of it? If so, where would I put it on my hard drive? The program you mentioned "MacDrive" sounds very useful as well, once I get everything else set up. Again, I thank you for your help and look forward to your reply and some more useful information.
  2. Hello...I am running an AMD Phenom II X4 940 Processor 3.00 GHZ with Windows 7 64-bit installed on one HDD and WinXP SP3 installed on another HDD with dual-booting capability. I would like to install the AMD Hackintosh, but am afraid I will not be able to get back into my system once it is done because of the things I have read here and elsewhere about people having troubles booting back into their systems once the Hackintosh is installed. I have the files downloaded that hansontre gave in his tutorial at http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/288474-simple-steps-to-amd-hackintosh-stable-everything-working/. I need to know what I need to do to make my computer be able to boot into either the Hackintosh or Windows 7 or Windows XP. Right now my BSD loader is dual-booting into either Windows OS. Thank you for this site and I hope that I can get some help on this issue.
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