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  1. Thanks for this. With nv_disable I am able to login. Have you managed to setup GPU after that?
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    Lion GM Facetime error

    Same problem with facetime on my Sandy bridge hack with retail Lion. I found that few people say that Facetime works for them. Is that true? I did an update keeping my old settings, maybe that created the problem?
  3. I tried, but no success ;( Only Windows visible in the boot menu.
  4. Thanks for the reply. I bought Macdrive, I mentioned I have it installed on Windows partition. I will try your suggeston. Chameleon boots just fine, but has no MacOSX in the list. This is diskutil list of my configuration: ~bash-3.2$ diskutil list /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *232.9 GB disk0 1: Windows_NTFS 232.9 GB disk0s1 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *149.0 GB disk1 1: Apple_HFS MacOSX 149.0 GB disk1s1 I have two more drives connected but I think they are not important, my default boot device is second HDD which contains Snow Leopard with Chameleon. This is Chameleon boot log: boot0: GPT boot0: HFS+ boot0: booting boot0: done_ I add MacOSX to Windows7 boot menu using easyBCD, when I choose MacOS from Windows boot menu it shows: Try (hd0,0): non-MS: skip Try (hd0,1): invalid or null Try (hd0,2): invalid or null Try (hd0,3): invalid or null Try (hd1,0): Extended: Try (hd1,1): invalid or null Try (hd1,2): invalid or null Try (hd1,3): invalid or null Try (hd1,4): NTFS5: No ang0 Try (hd1,5): Extended: Try (hd1,5): NTFS5: No ang0
  5. Chameleon boots normally from Mac partition, but I can see only Windows in Chameleon boot menu, so obiviously my partition is active. My question is how Chameleon detects Mac OS X installation? My partition is bootable and has Chameleon bootloader, why Chameleon can't detect Mac OS X partition on the same disk? Am I missing something?
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    partition problem

    You can't access Mac HFS+ partition under Windows by default. You have to install HFS+ driver. Comercial applications with read/write access are Mediafour Macdrive and Paragon HFS+ for Windows. There is Readonly driver included with Bootcamp on retail Snow Leopard install DVD. You can also try freeware utility HFSExplorer.
  7. Hi, I hope someone can help. I have dual HDD configuration, one HDD is Windows7 NTFS, the other one is Snow Leopard HFS+(Journaled). I use Chameleon as a primary boot loader, it is installed on Mac partition. The system wored perfectly for a few months, but it started behaving strangely yesterday and I did a system Reset. After that MacOSX was no longer visible in Chameleon boot menu. I booted immediately using MacOS X install DVD, and the partition was not visible in disk utility. I did a reboot, started Windows, and did partition table rebuild using Testdisk. Testdisk found an error in my partition GPT table and fixed it. Now my HFS+ partition became visible again in Disk Manager, when booting using install DVD. But there is no MacOSX icon in Chameleon menu, only Windows7 is visible. I can access the partition using MacDrive without a problem. I did check drive and drive appears to be OK. Can anyone suggest anything, I'm really confused. Chameleon is on the same partition as Mac and it boots fine, but can't see MacOSX installation on the same partition. Partition is Active, bootable, and everything seems to be there, no lost files. How Chameleon finds MacOSX installation? Do you have any suggestion how to fix this problem? How can I make my Snow Leopard visible again in the boot menu?
  8. This guide is confusing. Please write exact Acer One model in the post title.
  9. _Mirko_

    Distorted menus after 10.5.3 update

    Works perfectly! Thanks!
  10. I updated to 10.5.3, restored my backup kexts: AppleIntelGMA950GLDriver, AppleIntelGMA950VADriver, AppleIntelGMA950, AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer, AppleIntelGMA950GA. My graphics card is: Intel GMA 950: Chipset Model: GMA 950 Type: Display Bus: Built-In VRAM (Total): 64 MB of shared system memory Vendor: Intel (0x8086) Device ID: 0x2772 Revision ID: 0x0002 Displays: Display Connector: Status: No display connected SyncMaster: Resolution: 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz Depth: 32-bit Color Core Image: Hardware Accelerated Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Quartz Extreme: Supported Menus are now totaly distorted. See the screenshots bellow: Spotlight: Apple Menu: Any help os appriciated Thanks, Mirko