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Hello.

Description: I have 2 HD, First 40gb ata, primary and osx installed, second 250gb sata with 3 partiton a) SWAP, B) Linux c) WinXP.

When i boot (i change the Grub for OSx reading the post) i have this errors "HFS+ partition error" (i have TYPE AF).

And try copy chain0 in ext partition and get "cannot mount selected partition"

 

I try install grub in hfs partition and ext partition but the same problems.

 

Any IDEA ??? Thx

 

pappezzato

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Hello.

Description: I have 2 HD, First 40gb ata, primary and osx installed, second 250gb sata with 3 partiton a) SWAP, B) Linux c) WinXP.

When i boot (i change the Grub for OSx reading the post) i have this errors "HFS+ partition error" (i have TYPE AF).

And try copy chain0 in ext partition and get "cannot mount selected partition"

 

I try install grub in hfs partition and ext partition but the same problems.

 

Any IDEA ??? Thx

 

pappezzato

 

The chain0 file must be into the Windows Partition (as far as i know) but since you're using linux too maybe the problem is there, my recomendation is that you select the OS x86 disks as the first booting disk, the darwin boot loader has a better way to manage multiple OS than Window or Linux (It's automatic), if you have 10.4.3 using F8 will show you the others disks in your computer and you can select where to start.

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The chain0 in windows dont work, and when i press F8 only see one disk (osx)

Solution??

thx

Did you get this trouble before to install osx86 ?. I mean you did boot with your OSes in the 2nd hard drive using a bootloader placed in the 1st disk ?. I don't know it, but all people that i know have all OSes installed in the Master HD (1st HD).

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