Hi, do anyone know why i can't boot Leopard 10.5.1 (Kallyway patched DVD) after succesfull instalation on my external USB
HDD WD Passport 80GB? I tried many combinations but nothing! I read an instalation guide to set my drive to GUID + MAC
Extended (Journaled) if i was to install on a single HDD. Although i did this i could not boot Leopard. My latest
installation was configured setting the drive to MBR + MAC Extended (Journaled) for file system but it doesn't boot.
About the boot process.. i set in my bios to boot from my 80GB ext. HDD (cause i also have on my USBs a USB Stick of 2GB
for transfering my files to my laptop and also another one ext. HD from Seagate of 500GB capacity for storing my
downloaded files from internet. Internally my PC i have 2 same HDDs from Seagate of 250GB each, one for BACKUPS of all my
personal staff and on the other i run two (2) Windows Vista partitions with different configuration to use the one for
internet and the other for video, photography editing and designing..
So I boot my PC i hit F12 to bring me the boot-up menu, where i select USB HDD option (i already have set in my BIOS
default to be my WD Passport 80GB USB drive - it is 2.5 inch drive which powerups by the USB port it is connected).
But instead of loading Darwin boot loader or anything else i don't know well hot Leopard boots, it switches back to the
Vista boot loader of my internal HD to choose 1st or 2nd partition of Vista!
What i must do??? Should i set the installation partition of Leopard to FAT along with MBR boot option? What is more
compatible? Is there anaccurate guide for Kallyway and some examples to learn how this OS behaves and works?
C2D E6400, 2GB Kingston, GIGABYTE GA-P965-S3 rev. 1.0, 2x 250GB Seagate SATA2 16MB, SB Audigy2 Platinum, Pinnacle PCTV 310i, LG 1970HF-BQ DVI, Logitech Webcam Connect, USB and PS/2 mouse, USB Wireless Keyboard