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Ciao a tutti! Descrivo i passaggi che ho effettuato.

Innanzitutto ho formattato il mio hard drive da 1TB con partizione GUID e creato due partizioni da 500gb l'una. In una sarebbe stata destinata Windows 7 e nell'altra successivamente Lion. Ho installato 7 e seguito questa guida per installare Lion sulla mia Asus P6T SE nell'altra partizione (ho usato una virtual machine su 7 per la preparazione della chiavetta):

 

[Guida] OS X Lion 10.7 (GM e RTM) su Asus X58 LGA 1366 i7 9xx

 

L'installazione è andata a buon fine e sto utilizzando Lion al momento. Il problema è che riesco ad avviare il sistema operativo soltanto attraverso Chamaleon della USB d'installazione, infatti mi dà 3 possibilità:

- Mac OS X Base System (USB d'installazione)

- Lion (partizione HDD)

- Windows NTFS (partizione HDD)

 

Se avvio Lion parte, mentre se provo ad avviare Windows mi dà questo errore:

 

"The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible.

Status: 0xc000000e"

 

Se avvio da disco rigido mi dà lo stesso errore perché avvia automaticamente Windows 7: infatti l'unico modo per avviare Lion è dall'USB d'installazione.

 

L'errore stesso e i consigli trovati su google dicono che è necessario un disco di ripristino. Riguardo il ripristino in sé non ho problemi, ma dovendo preparare un dual boot come devo proseguire?

 

Grazie in anticipo e chiedo scusa per l'ignoranza.

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Dalla descrizione sembra che tu non abbia installato il bootloader; scarica chameleon ultima versione ed installalo

 

Lo puoi trovare qui previa registrazione.

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Ho fatto come avete detto, cioè ho scaricato e installato Chamaleon come indicato da carbo e ho riavviato il pc da hard drive, ma continua a darmi l'errore di windows. Inizio a pensare che forse dovrei prima ripristinare Windows, oppure c'è qualcosa che non va con Chamaleon, anche se non credo? Ecco una foto dell'errore, scusate per la bassa qualità:

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Devi avviare col dvd di windows, nella schermata pre-installazione clicca su "ripristina il computer" e scegli ripristino all'avvio.

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Devi avviare col dvd di windows, nella schermata pre-installazione clicca su "ripristina il computer" e scegli ripristino all'avvio.

 

In questo modo non vado a creare problemi a Lion? Chiedo solo per sicurezza

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Chamaleon va configurato?

 

Premetto che il disk 0 è la usb d'installazione, disk 1 è l'hdd con due partizioni e il disk 2 è un hdd esterno che non c'entra...

 

 

Chameleon installer log - Thu Mar 8 19:15:00 CET 2012

Installer version: 2.1svn 1870

======================================================

/dev/disk0

#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER

0: GUID_partition_scheme *8.0 GB disk0

1: EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1

2: Apple_HFS Mac OS X Base System 7.7 GB disk0s2

/dev/disk1

#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER

0: GUID_partition_scheme *1.0 TB disk1

1: EFI 209.7 MB disk1s1

2: Apple_HFS Lion 500.0 GB disk1s2

3: Microsoft Basic Data 499.9 GB disk1s3

/dev/disk2

#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER

0: FDisk_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk2

1: Windows_NTFS FIN4L LUKE 500.1 GB disk2s1

======================================================

Backing up Chameleon files

Backing up stage2 file /Volumes/Lion/boot to /Volumes/Lion/Chameleon.Backups/2012-03-08-19h15/boot

Backing up /Volumes/Lion/Extra folder to /Volumes/Lion/Chameleon.Backups/2012-03-08-19h15/Extra

======================================================

Clearing options...

======================================================

Running Standard postinstall script

Target volume = /Volumes/Lion on /dev/disk1s2

Target disk already has existing Chameleon stage 0 loader - boot0

Detected a Windows installation on this volume.

======================================================

Stage 0 loader not written to /dev/disk1.

Written boot1h to /dev/rdisk1s2.

Written boot to /Volumes/Lion on /dev/disk1s2.

======================================================

Preparing to check target disk for previous installations.

Going to check the EFI system partition also.

Mounting /dev/disk1s1 as /Volumes/EFI.

Checking disk1.

Nothing found that could cause any problems.

======================================================

Disk: /dev/rdisk1 geometry: 121601/255/63 [1953525168 sectors]

Signature: 0xAA55

Starting Ending

#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

1: EE 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 1 - 409639] <Unknown ID>

2: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 411648 - 976494592] HFS+

*3: 07 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [ 977168384 - 976355328] HPFS/QNX/AUX

4: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0 - 0] unused

 

Windows is installed so that can remain the active partition

======================================================

Standard script complete

======================================================

Added boot option: Graphics Mode=1680x1050x32

Added boot option: GraphicsEnabler=Yes

======================================================

Running Post postinstall script

Target volume = /Volumes/Lion

===============================================

Unmount all volumes named EFI

/private/tmp/PKInstallSandbox.NAyK7l/Scripts/org.chameleon.post.Jd2Kcc/UnMountEFIvolumes.sh: line 25: /private/tmp/PKInstallSandbox.NAyK7l/Scripts/org.chameleon.post.Jd2Kcc/InstallLog.sh: No such file or directory

/private/tmp/PKInstallSandbox.NAyK7l/Scripts/org.chameleon.post.Jd2Kcc/UnMountEFIvolumes.sh: line 26: /private/tmp/PKInstallSandbox.NAyK7l/Scripts/org.chameleon.post.Jd2Kcc/InstallLog.sh: No such file or directory

======================================================

Post postinstall script complete

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Come hai fatto crea due partizioni in GUID

Installa Lion seguendo la guida indicata

Installa Windows

Al riavvio con inserita la USB fai partire Lion rinstalla di nuovo il boot di Chameleon rimuovi la USB e riavvia

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Come hai fatto crea due partizioni in GUID

Installa Lion seguendo la guida indicata

Installa Windows

Al riavvio con inserita la USB fai partire Lion rinstalla di nuovo il boot di Chameleon rimuovi la USB e riavvia

 

Ho fatto diversamente, ho ripristinato Windows e adesso il pc da disco rigido avvia Windows. Ho installato Chamaleon su Lion e quindi credo che mi resti impostare Lion come partizione attiva. Ho cercato su google e dice di dover aggiungere al file com.apple.Boot.plist ciò:

 

<key>Default Partition</key>

<string<hd(x,y)</string>

 

Solo che la schermata non mi è chiara... Devo semplicemente scrivere e fare invio?

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...Parte lo stesso Windows...

 

Apri da windows:

 

Start----->Esegui

scrivi:

 

CMD

 

Nella finestra del terminale aperta scrivi:

 

Diskpart

 

select disk x (dove per X metti il n° del disco con Lion dove c'è chameleon installato)

select partition y (dove per Y metti il n° della partizione con Lion e chameleon installato)

active

 

e poi riavvia

 

PS: chiaramente Chameleon deve essere installato sul disk e partizione dove c'è Lion...

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