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Dual boot: Win+Mac, but Darwin don't want boot!

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Well, I installed Tiger 10.4.1 from "tiger-x86.tar.bz2" on a partition of my hard disk. I set dual boot with "chain0" file.

Start up my PC, I can choise Win or Mac, but when I choise "Mac x86" Darwin load for few seconds and then my PC is reboot. Why??!? Help!!!

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Well, I installed Tiger 10.4.1 from "tiger-x86.tar.bz2" on a partition of my hard disk. I set dual boot with "chain0" file.

Start up my PC, I can choise Win or Mac, but when I choise "Mac x86" Darwin load for few seconds and then my PC is reboot. Why??!? Help!!!

Maybe your computer doesn't have SSE2?

thats the minimum for osx86

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Well, I installed Tiger 10.4.1 from "tiger-x86.tar.bz2" on a partition of my hard disk. I set dual boot with "chain0" file.

Start up my PC, I can choise Win or Mac, but when I choise "Mac x86" Darwin load for few seconds and then my PC is reboot. Why??!? Help!!!

 

Darwin bootloader has some problems with extended partitions ;)

 

choose "Mac x86" , press Enter and then quickly F8. select your mac partition and press Enter again.

 

gl&hf

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Yeeeeeeeesssssssssssssssssssss!!! Tiger now works so fine!!!

Thanks soooooooo muuuuuuuuuch daGriech!!! :poster_oops:

But, can I set the second partition as the default partition for Darwin at boot??!? It's so boring press F8 each time... :-P

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