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Hello, I have installed Mac OS X 10.6.1 to a Compaq Mini 702EA and it is MBR, and I am having trouble with it booting into Mac OS X. I have installed boot1h to a new partition's boot sector and boot0 to the hard drive and boot to the partition for bootloader and when I startup the netbook, and when I boot into Macintosh HD it says 19/20 times "Unable to patch 64bit kernel" and occasionally it will boot into Macintosh HD for a few seconds then kernel panic. I can boot into the Snow Leopard installation bootloader and into Mac perfectly, I have tried copying the Installation external hard drive boot to the bootloader partition but it will reboot instantly.

 

 

PLEASE HELP URGENTLY, I NEED TO INSTALL A WORKING BOOTLOADER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.

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try starting from an SD card (that has a mac image) pressing f9 at boot.when in boot select choose your mac partition ,it will start ,when in macos install the NBI not NBM

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