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  1. Can't boot from OS X partition

    Alright. After considering your suggestion, I decided to try modifying the Windows bootloader to boot iDeneb. Before I did this, I attempted to use Windows' "diskpart" utility to set the OS X partition as active. Again, the process was successful, but the computer continued to automatically go to the Windows Boot Loader on startup without an error message or anything else to indicate that the iDeneb partition was even being considered. I copied the "chain0" file from the iDeneb DVD to the Windows partition and modified boot.ini with the following added entry: C:\chain0="iDeneb" When I select this option at startup, I get this error: boot(1)= error Is the iDeneb partition simply unbootable? Or is Windows XP simply being stubborn? ==HARDWARE SPECS== - Dual Intel Pentium D 2.80 gHz (SSE3 and 64-bit compatible) - nVidia 7300LE - Realtek HD Audio - Intel ICHx family chipset - First partition: XP (Primary), second partition: iDeneb, unpartitioned space, third partition: restore ==SOFTWARE SPECS== iDeneb 1.6 "Lite" Chameleon 2.0 RC1 (installed with iDeneb) Windows XP MCE SP3
  2. Can't boot from OS X partition

    Hello. I installed iDeneb 1.6 with Chameleon 2 on my PC today. Installation went off without a hitch, and the installer initiated the restarting procedure correctly as well. After restarted and the post-BIOS part of startup, the computer simply booted into Windows. The Chameleon selector screen didn't show up, nor was there any error message. The computer simply booted exactly the same as it did before I installed iDeneb. I had a pre-existing Windows XP installation before I installed iDeneb. I resized the Windows partition to 30 GB, leaving about 190 GB of unpartitioned space plus a "restore partition" included with the computer. I then used Windows' Diskpart utility to make a partition that I could edit with OS X's Disk Utility. I erased this partition in Disk Utility and reformatted it so it was compatible with OS X and could be mounted. Summarizing, my partition setup is: Primary - Windows (30 GB) Primary - iDeneb (150 GB) Unpartitioned space Primary - Restore. After booting failed, I booted from the DVD, went into terminal, and used FDISK to make the iDeneb partition "active", which also succeeded, but again, it still didn't boot in Chameleon. What should I do? Thanks.
  3. Creating a Hackintosh Using Genuine 10.5 CDs

    Thanks for the reply! I should mention that the disks I have do not mention any specific model, nor are they referred to as "rescue disks". So they might work?
  4. I am planning to install OS X 10.5 on my HP Pavilion a1440n. All hardware seems to be compatible, as indicated by the OSX86 compatible hardware lists. I am already in possession of a Mac laptop, which in turn means that I have real and genuine Mac OS X 10.5 CDs. Is there a method and/or a tutorial and/or is it possible to use these 10.5 CDs to create a Hackintosh? Thanks. ADDITIONAL HARDWARE INFO - Two Intel Pentium D 2.80 GHz processors - Realtek High Definition Audio sound device - nVIDIA GeForce 7300 LE graphics card - Linksys Wireless-G adapter
  5. Mac OS 8 betas

    What's the theme in the second picture?
  6. QuickDraw 3D under SheepShaver

    You can get QuickDraw 1.5.4 here.
  7. Rhapsody DRII Installation Guide.

    It turns out that you need an even eariler version of VPC for Windows in order to install Rhapsody (4.3.2 to be exact). A similar tutorial states this.
  8. Any way to run OS 9 on Windows?

    See here.
  9. QuickDraw 3D under SheepShaver

    It has been confirmed that you can actually run up to QuickDraw 3D 1.5.4 on SheepShaver. Just so you know.
  10. system 7 on pc?

    Though you cannot run System 7 from PC, you can run the FusionPC emulator from DOS alone, and set your PC to "boot" into Mac OS. No windows required. That's probably as close as you are going to get.
  11. Software Piracy

    Something interesting: in 2007, MS themselves gave away a Generic Windows 98 Product Key: http://help.wugnet.com/windows2/Generic-Wi...pict490835.html Just to add my little part to this thread.
  12. OS 9.2 Where to get it

    Oh and BTW: PearPC cannot run Mac OS/OSx versions under 10.1, and Sheepshaver cannot run versions of Mac OS/OSx over 9.04. So you are pretty much out of luck when it comes to virtualization/emulation.
  13. Emulating the Mac OS/OS X versions that Sheepshaver and PearPC can't

    But even if PearPC ran quicker, it would still be limited to Mac OSx 10.1+. My suggestion may allow us to at least run versions of Mac OSx, OS 9, and Rhapsody not supported by either Sheepshaver or PearPC.
  14. Any way to run OS 9 on Windows?

    Those are Mac 68k emulators... To run Mac OS 9, you can try SheepShaver, but as it has been stated, you can't use QuickDraw. You may also want to try QEMU PPC edition, but that is more for Linux PPC editions than Mac. You could even try "Mac-on Linux", but that requires Linux on a PPC processor, so you be better off getting an actual Mac...
  15. Emulating the Mac OS/OS X versions that Sheepshaver and PearPC can't

    Well since PearPC and QEMU PowerPC are both virtualization, it should be possible. I would rather use QEMU PPC though; PearPC is buggy and doesn't have totally working sound, while QEMU has been in development for awhile and has sound among other things.
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