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Might be a noob question, and it probably is I've installed kalyway on my old T41 laptop in the past, but now I'd like to install Mac OS on my desktop with an ASUS P5K using this guide. There's just one little thing I need to know. Will changing from MBR to GUID erase my entire drive, or do something to my data on the second partition? I have a 500GB drive, and 50GB is the first partition and the rest has all my stuff on it. Do I need to back it all up? Will changing to GUID erase the entire drive? Also, the second partition is NTFS, can Mac OS write to NTFS, or will I have to re-format anyway? Thanks in advance.
I'll be bumping an old topic with this one, but I think it's the best idea to post my problem here. I'm trying to do a Kalyway 10.5.2 install on a T41. I've selected exactly the same options as cptsalek did and I get a reboot loop when I try to boot. Last thing it says is: BSD root:disk0s2, major 14, minor 2 syncing discs... Killing all processes continuing done MACH reboot I'm not dual booting. Only one partition. Does anyone know a solution to this?