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Chameleon Install 2.0 RC3 for Windows

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1.this Program is windows install Chameleon 2.0 RC3~

 

2. Updated version Chameleon RC2 RC3

3. you must uninstall the old version

 

(1. Select the operating system 2. Point to uninstall.)

 

4.support Windows2000/XP/2003/Vista/Win7

 

XP/2003 first install .net 2.0

 

chinese

 

.net 2.0组件

 

english

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...dd-aab15c5e04f5

 

 

Download

 

link1

 

http://www.brsbox.com/filebox/down/fc/ff1f...2611f069c985484

 

link2

 

http://ishare.iask.sina.com.cn/f/5673694.html

 

local

 

Chameleon_Install_RC3.rar

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hi, can i make a Chameleon 2RC3 BootCd from windows? did you know it?

 

thanks for your job;)

 

Nice work. I need work on it. ;)

 

OFFTOPIC: wangbin5542, how you can put your HDA VIA VT1708B to work on OSX? Can shared kext/string to make it work? Many thanx. :thumbsdown_anim:

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Im installing on Windows 7 64

'Access to the path 'C:\wowpc.iso' is denied.'

This file do3es not even exist on my HD.

Ideas?

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post-409379-1253437142_thumb.jpg

 

1.this Program is windows install Chameleon 2.0 RC3~

 

2. Updated version Chameleon RC2 RC3

3. you must uninstall the old version

 

(1. Select the operating system 2. Point to uninstall.)

 

4.support Windows2000/XP/2003/Vista/Win7

 

XP/2003 first install .net 2.0

 

chinese

 

.net 2.0组件

 

english

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...dd-aab15c5e04f5

 

 

Download

 

link1

 

http://www.brsbox.com/filebox/down/fc/ff1f...2611f069c985484

 

link2

 

http://ishare.iask.sina.com.cn/f/5673694.html

 

local

 

Chameleon_Install_RC3.rar

 

hey! you are from china? which chinese forum you most often browse?

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Im installing on Windows 7 64

'Access to the path 'C:\wowpc.iso' is denied.'

This file do3es not even exist on my HD.

Ideas?

because Physical partition "C:" is Hidden 100Mb ~

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when i try to install it on windows 7 32-bit it says :Could not find a part of the path 'C:\wowpc.iso'. Any idea?

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because Physical partition "C:" is Hidden 100Mb ~

Whenever i run the damn thing, it turns the files hidden, and when i make them un-hidden, it just re-hides them.

Has ANYONE got this working on Windows 7 64?

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1.this Program is windows install Chameleon 2.0 RC3~

hi, can install Chameleon on another disk (PenDrive USB) with your program??

 

i want make a bootable pendrive without using a MAC machine.

 

Thanks

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Hello,

 

When i try to boot up Chameleon from Win7 Bootloader, it gives me this error:

 

 

isoemu (hd0,0)/wowpc.iso

 

open file failed

 

error 171884: File not found

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This is useless for W7...

This is false information. Tested and running on Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1. More than likely you did not have the run time libraries to run this application, In this instance; dotNET 2.

 

Hello,

 

When i try to boot up Chameleon from Win7 Bootloader, it gives me this error:

 

isoemu (hd0,0)/wowpc.iso

 

open file failed

 

error 171884: File not found

 

I was facing a simular error. You must change the line "hd(0,0)" to "hd(0,1)". In order to do this; first press any key. Highlight the entry and press "e", you may have to enter "e" twice. Once you do this you will see a blinking cursor and are able to replace the second "0" to a "1". If this doesn't work for you, use 2,3,4,etc; until you figured out which will boot your leopard.

 

My problem is how do I save the changes I've made to this configuration? Where is the file kept? What is it's encoded format? So I know what to use to edit it.. Thanks in advance; this is a GREAT tool and has saved me many problems with booting configurations; post introducing OS X to my platform.

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