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So I have Snow Leopard installed on a partition of the main hard drive on my laptop. I used the Mac Disk Utility to partition half of the drive as the Mac OS and half as FAT for windows 7.

 

I then ran the Windows 7 installation which formatted the FAT partition to NTFS. It installed fine. However now when I load up I cannot choose with OS to boot into. My question is this. How can I make it so I'm able to choose which OS to boot into?

 

Also I tried using the chameleon boot disc to load OSX but it gave me the apple screen with an infinite loading circle.

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So I have Snow Leopard installed on a partition of the main hard drive on my laptop. I used the Mac Disk Utility to partition half of the drive as the Mac OS and half as FAT for windows 7.

 

I then ran the Windows 7 installation which formatted the FAT partition to NTFS. It installed fine. However now when I load up I cannot choose with OS to boot into. My question is this. How can I make it so I'm able to choose which OS to boot into?

 

Also I tried using the chameleon boot disc to load OSX but it gave me the apple screen with an infinite loading circle.

 

at origin, how do you boot Snow leopard? chameleon?if yes, try to put the 'boot' flag on the snow leopard partition (whit gparted live cd)

 

sorry for my dog's english:D

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