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About zzrzf

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  1. Hello! For you GPT error, you have to install the boot1h manually. Copy this at the root of your usbkey for example. Boot on the osx dvd the go to the disk utilities and unmount your system partition. Open the terminal, type "diskutil list", look for your osx partition identifier, for example /dev/disk0s2 Go to your boot1h folder (cd /Volumes/(your usbkey) the type "dd if=boot1h of=/dev/disk02(replace disk0s2 with your correct disk identifier). Then reboot. You must be able to boot normaly now PS : Sorry for my buggy English, i'm french ^^