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  1. BadAxe2 with GUID and EFI Tutorial

    @BJMoose All install procedure as same as what you did, but install dvd is little different. Here how. Require .. Non-pre patch DVD (6.6G) ( burn dvd from 105.dmg) GM.vers. Create guid partition , patch efi and mount a DVD within Leo (MBR). Open terminal and type cd /Volumes/Mac\ OS\ X\ Install\ DVD/System/Installation/Packages (enter) open osinstall.mpkg (enter) Then, you will see the familiar pop-up window , choose guid partition disk and install. Open the itunes and listen music during the installing leo if you want, no more watching black screen. This method can apply with some pre-patch leo DVD into /System/Installation/Packages forder.
  2. BadAxe2 with GUID and EFI Tutorial

    @ BJMoose and Bad Axe2 GUId users Try install with non-pre patch DVD (6.6G). EFI and Guid partition make it possible to install with that . It's one of the guid partition befit and much fast and little more close to the real.
  3. I figure out what was the problem.. Bad axe2. After make GUID partion, install DVD , patch efi v8 and reboot, have to make active partition and patch v7 guid only. Here, how to make active partition.. Open terminal from leo (MBR) *rdiskXsY (GUID partition) sudo -s password: bash-3.2# fdisk -e /dev/rdiskX fdisk: could not open MBR file /usr/standalone/i386/boot0: No such file or directory Enter 'help' for information fdisk: 1> update Machine code updated. fdisk:*1> f Y Partition 2 marked active. fdisk:*1> w Device could not be accessed exclusively. A reboot will be needed for changes to take effect. OK? [n] y Writing MBR at offset 0. fdisk: 1> q bash-3.2# reboot And go back to leo(MBR)and patch efi v7.4 (boot v7 guid only) and reboot ...click f10 .choose disk (but it does not matter because active partitioning will choose active disk first but I choose disk) enter key and f8 and appear bootloader with efi, and guid partition. So, - Make GUID partition - install DVD - patch efi v8 - Active partition - patch efi 7.4 (v7 guid only) * will see guid bootloader - post kext patch - boot leo (GUID) - patch efi v8 again from leo (MBR) This is what I did..
  4. @ Carlos Pombo Yes, I open the disk utility and Partition Map Scheme it show " GUID partition table". and did you make GUID partition to Partition Active ? maybe it cause effect when intel bios detect bootloader or not.
  5. I am not that good english user. but I try to my best to explain how install leo into Guid partition with Bad Axe 2 mobo.. I had a two disk, one for leo(MBR)installed and another for to make GUID partition disk. First. make GUID partition and install DVD and patched efi v8 and reboot and click f10 key, choose GUID disk and click enter and every bad axe2 user know that it won't find bootloader. Reboot go back to the Leo(MBR) and patch efi v7.4 (boot _v7_guid only) and reboot and f10 key and choose GUID disk and press enter key and f8. Now, bootloader find guid bootable disk. Go back to the Leo(MBR) and post Kext patch and re-install efi v8 patch and reboot ..f10 .choose guid disk , enter and f8 (I was made Guid partion to make active partition) Put -v -f word and leo boot in GUID partition.. Upgarade 10.5.1 kernel ,patch sound card and don't for get the _CFGetHostUUIDString Final Extension FIX patch because, some sound program does not installed like iwow... Simply that was patch efi 8.0 and downgrade to efi 7.4 (boot_v7_guid only) and go back to efi 8.0. Bad axe 2 is still very stable. Restart, shutdown and sleep perpectly work. Also, GUID partition recognize 6.6G DVD which mean can install every printers and foreign language so, I did.
  6. Bad Axe2 mobo....Now, working at GUID partition with efi v8..!!