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Sorry m8s for the dumb question, but what b0 error means? I got JaS 10.4.6.install.dvd.iso and when I try to install it I get this msg. Could you please guys tell me what I have to do?

 

Thanks!

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You need to apply a PPF to that ISO.

 

Go to Demonoid and search for:

 

JaS 10.4.6 install dvd ppf (ATI ATA /b0 fix / No need for amd enabler post install )

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Sorry m8s for the dumb question, but what b0 error means? I got JaS 10.4.6.install.dvd.iso and when I try to install it I get this msg. Could you please guys tell me what I have to do?

 

Thanks!

 

 

Hey There,

I don't know if this helps you but I thought that I'd share my experience with the b0 error. I am using the same install dvd. I got this message after the installation had completed on the reboot. I fired up my Gparted livecd (http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php) and I made the mac partition active/bootable. After that it booted properly with no more errors. Good Luck!

rbq

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Thank you guys, I'll try both methods.

 

By the way people if someone else kwow how to fix this problem, please let us know.

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Wow thank you now OSX 10.4.6 works on my Acer Travelmate 4101 after giving my partition the boot flag :)

 

Specs:

 

Acer Travelmate 4101

 

Centrino 1.6 Ghz

512 DDRII Ram

80 Gig HDD

ATI X700 Mobility Radeon (No QE and CI)

Onboard Audio

Intel Pro Wireless (Doesn't work)

Onboard Ethernet

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Hey There,

I don't know if this helps you but I thought that I'd share my experience with the b0 error. I am using the same install dvd. I got this message after the installation had completed on the reboot. I fired up my Gparted livecd (http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php) and I made the mac partition active/bootable. After that it booted properly with no more errors. Good Luck!

rbq

 

 

Worked for me using the "set mac partition to active" process =) Thanks!!!!

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Hey There,

Glad to hear that it worked for you guys. I also wanted to mention that I followed The Spam's advice as well and patched the dvd with this JaS.10.4.6.install.dvd.PPF1.PPF. After patching the hdd boots properly with no need to run the extra step of making the partition active.

Cheers,

rbq

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hi

 

i have the same error b0 error, but when i startet the gparted cd i can not usw activate partition.

can anyone help me ?

thanks and sorry for my bad english.

 

mfg

mamba

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fdisk !!! once again terminal is the power

 

 

 

i did

 

 

 

fdisk /dev/hda

p

a

w

q

 

 

p (shows partition table)

a (Sets active)

w (writes/saves)

q (quit)

 

reboot your done

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It'll work trust me.

 

Get a linux livecd, if you dont know which one

 

 

Here ..

 

ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/man...Live-Leuven.iso

332mb

 

ftp://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu/linux/pclinuxo...-p93-minime.iso

287mb

 

I'm a Linux user, well haven't used it since february so I'm use to it just intermediate level.

 

open terminal su to root and do it

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i have make it with that Gparted livecd and it does work. i download one from the image what you paste here and say later how it works.

thanks again

 

mfg

mamba

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I patched the ISO with the Fix from Demonoid and now I don't have to play with the manual activation. Just install and it works.

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Right... just to make sure...so I need...

 

- JaS 10.4.6 install dvd

- JaS 10.4.6 install dvd ppf

 

and that's all?

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hi i would also need : - JaS 10.4.6 install dvd ppf

 

but no chance to get i from demonoid as i cannot register an guests are not allowed to dload

 

is there any other place to search for this ppf ??

 

 

edit: I am downloading it now - hope the install works now for me

 

 

 

thx a lot

 

greetings netman

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I don't understand any of this

 

If you are getting a b0 error upon reboot of your osx installation. It is because of the partition not set to bootable. Get your self a linux live cd or get the patch. I used slax and the fdisk command and it worked a treat.

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hey...im having this same problem, i wanted a perm fix so i downloaded the patch from demonoid........but the archive i downloaded (JaS_PPF1.zip) seems to be corrupt,

 

i downloaded it twice to be sure..still no luck extracting it.

 

anybody had any luck repairing the archive or another method of getting the patch.

 

thx,

 

matt

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hey...im having this same problem, i wanted a perm fix so i downloaded the patch from demonoid........but the archive i downloaded (JaS_PPF1.zip) seems to be corrupt,

 

i downloaded it twice to be sure..still no luck extracting it.

 

anybody had any luck repairing the archive or another method of getting the patch.

 

thx,

 

matt

I got the same patch from demons, opened fine using macs own zip extracter. If your on windows try winzip. Or get a linux live cd and use it to set the partition to active. I used slax, first linux i ever used and its {censored} easy. Trust me, use the commands that robnyc said.

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Rename the archive before extracting it with winrar.

winrar doesn't like all the full stops in the name and creates an error.

so just call it something like Jas1046patch.rar then unpack and it will be fine.

 

Regards

 

Niteman1969

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I got that error message too upon restart after installation .

I downloaded the gparted cd but I don't know how to use it ;)

can somebody tell me how to make mac os bootable ?

please help !

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