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thewillb

Zotac ZBOX ID82 - Difficult booting into anything but safe mode

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Surprised to not see any posts about the best ZBOX so far here! It has a sandy bridge i3-2330M, HM65 Express chipset, HD3000 graphics, Built-in gigabit, wirelessN, and BT 3.0. Would love to get OSX installed!

 

On my iMac I have Mountain lion from App store, created USB with newest version of ######. BIos defaults and sata to AHCI. Installed via -x. Boots via -x. Gigabit even worked with -x! ###### is another issue though. No amount of checkboxes seems to let me boot with anything other than -x.

 

I also did the vanilla osx chamleon method but with the ###### install uSB and it now wont boot into -x either.

 

Any recommendations?

 

whoops! didnt know that that multiple monster thing was a curse word round these parts!

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