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Installation Mac OSX Lion Dual Boot Win7

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Bonjour à tous,


J'aimerais faire un Dual Boot avec Windows 7 et Mac OSX Lion. Je possède déjà Windows 7. Voici ma question :

Puis-je faire tourner Mac OSX Lion sur mon PC juste en créant une partition et en installant Lion dessus ?

Si ce n'est pas possible, comment faire sans désinstaller Windows 7 ?

Merci beaucoup pour votre aide !

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Le mieux reste d'installer OSX sur un disque dur différent, car lorsque les deux partitions systèmes sont sur le même disque, il y a des conflits entre les deux ce qui fait qu'au moindre pépin sur OSX tu peux te retrouver à ne plus pouvoir démarrer Windows...


Si vraiment tu fais les deux partitions sur le même disque, la technique consiste a démarrer l'installation d'OSX pour pouvoir accéder à l'utilitaire de disque, formater le disque table de partition GUID, et en 2partitions (Mac OS étendu pour la première et FAT 32 pour la seconde), puis éteindre la machine, redémarrer sur le cd d'install de windows pour formater la 2éme partition en NTFS et installer windows dessus. Une fois finie, redémarrer sur l'installation d'OSX pour le mettre sur la première partition.

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