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Hola Gente... aparezco con el siguiente problema... Después de mucho tiempo de renegar en este mundo fabuloso de hackintosh logre instalar mi primer sistema "iATKOS S3 V2" en mi PC que tiene las siguiente CARACTERISTICAS:


-Mother ASUS M4N68T-M LE (crease o no)

-Phenom II x2 550 AM3

-2Gb DDR3 Kingston


-Lectograbadora CD/DVD IDE

-P.V. 9600GSO 512Mb PCI-E

-Mouse y Teclado PS/2


El PROBLEMA es el siguiente, instale Snow Leopard(iATKOS S3 V2) sin problemas en una PARTICION LOGICA de 20Gb dentro del Disco de nombre MacOSX(se ve en la imagen adjunta), y la unica forma en que puedo bootear a esta instalacion es desde el Chameleon que trae por defecto el disco de instalación de iATKOS(pulsando f8) y utilizando las flags -v busratio=16 cpus=2. Si no booteo con el cd, salgo directamente en la particion con Windows 7 que tengo tengo como PRIMARIA. Probe las mil y unas(easyBCD, Chameleon RC4,RC5, EFI_v8, Darwin) y no logro poder bootear la particion logica con Snow Leopard salvo usando la forma que comente.


Queria saber siel problema que tengo es por el tema de la partición logica o el problema es que me estoy saltando algo y no me doy cuenta...


Desde ya muchas gracias.


Saludos :king:


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