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I know there were dozens of us having similar issues with what seemed to be no results, so hopefully if you are having similar problems this will be helpful for you! To clarify, I used Transmac to expand the 10.5.6 DVD to folders on my USB. Yes, it's a Mac Pro 1,1. it was probably finished after I was looking into all that stuff, and I never needed it before I guess.*I really hope somebody can help me with this! http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-block-sectors-64.php

Username I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list © 2016 InsanelyMac| News| some 'EBIOS read error's' but they we're pretty much all before/during the installation, and I already had a working installation.These are the specs from my computer, If needed:Like I said, I i THINK it's com.apple.Boot.plist ,anyway try it on a test drive first, backup everything, say ten hail mary's etc etc ad nauseum Thanks. If you wish to register, please send us a message on Facebook Community Links Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Other Search Options Find New Posts Find Today's

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I noticed yesterday that the LED was flashing orange, and I opened the lid. bux2k View Public Profile Send a private message to bux2k Find all posts by bux2k (#7) bux2k Junior Member Posts: 9 Join Date: Jun 2010 09-13-2010, 07:06 PM I've Go to the bios and Disable Card Reader and other pheripherical without any system. Je kunt deze voorkeur hieronder wijzigen.

Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Question Listing OS X 10.7 Lion All Activity Home Forums Support Forums OSx86.net Installation OS X 10.7 Lion Help You could have just a loose cable so make sure that your connections are snug when you put them on. momeks Posts: 1Joined: 23. Ebios Read Error Media Error Since it is a HD with 2TB, I had previously that boot0: error, so I had to apply the suggested fix (dd if=boot1h etc.) to the partition where the OS install

I made a new image of 10.6 on my usb drive and instead of using the newest netbook installer, I went back to the EFI bootmaker 0.3.2. Ebios Read Error Iboot Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Guides Downloads Rules Activity Contribute Log in or Register tonymacx86.com Home Forums > Post Installation > General Help > EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block The largest dedicated Dell Mini and Dell Streak forum. Source bux2k View Public Profile Send a private message to bux2k Find all posts by bux2k (#6) bux2k Junior Member Posts: 9 Join Date: Jun 2010 Update - new issues

Although it was always working in Windows, it would occasionally not work in UEFI BIOS. Ebios Read Error Error 0x01 pcilib: 0000:00:02.0 64-bit device address ignored. 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Ivy Bridge DRAM Controller (rev 09) 00:01.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Ivy Bridge PCI Express Root Port (rev 09) 00:02.0 Back to top #5 HazMatt Posted 06 August 2013 - 02:27 AM HazMatt InsanelyMac Protégé Members 46 posts Gender:Male Location:MN, USA Interests:FileMaker, Halo. Best, JClick to expand...

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I had this problem when rebooting my hack with usb printer turned on.. https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?p=32028 That's why I decided to put a larger SSD in mine. Ebios Read Error Device Timeout Block 0x0 Sectors 0 http://www.tonymacx86.com/general-help/69139-ebios-read-error-error-0x31-block-0x0-sectors-0-a.html Update: Found out that the boot order changed after adding a new hard drive... (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Ebios Read Error Error 0x0c Instead, it displays: EBIOS read error: Media error Block 0x39ad68 Sectors 0 It displays that message eight times and then reports: Memory allocation error (0xdeadbeef, 0x0) It won't boot from the

totenkopf4 Joined: May 21, 2010 Messages: 4,186 Mobo: GA-EX58-UD3R-SLI CPU: XEON x5570 Graphics: NVidia 9600GT Mac: , Classic Mac: Mobile Phone: Oct 28, 2013 at 5:47 AM #6 totenkopf4 Joined: May http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-device-timeout-block-sectors-0.php If I need to boot from an installer or other drive I use the BIOS special boot menu, in my case F12 on startup. News: Chameleon 2.1 Released Home Help Search Login Register Voodooprojects » Chameleon » Bug Reports » EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 [SOLVED] « previous next » Print Pages: [1] 2 Author Aug 2011, 23:45 thank you veiko86 Posts: 1Joined: 23. Ebios Read Error 0x04

EBIOS read error: Media error / Block 0x4b0090 Sectors 0 Asked by knul, July 3, 2012 Question knul 10 Junior Member Members 10 1 post Posted July 3, 2012 (edited) Now get EBIOS read error. - 05-24-2010, 07:21 PM (10v running 10.6.3, 160GB, 1GB, BT module) Hackintosh running perfectly since setup one month ago. If I need to boot from an installer or other drive I use the BIOS special boot menu, in my case F12 on startup. Check This Out Log in om je mening te geven.

For example, if I connect my Dell U2410 which has an on-board USB connected card reader to my HP ProBook laptop, I get these messages during boot. Ebios Read Error Controller Or Device Error Register now to get access to all of the files and forums. Errors are gone and all devices work in USB/card reader ports!

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eranj Joined: Aug 19, 2012 Messages: 35 Mobo: OSX 10.8.5 CPU: Intel i7 4770K Graphics: Intel HD 4600 Mobile Phone: Aug 24, 2013 at 4:43 AM #1 eranj Joined: Aug 19, Thanks. Takes around 30 minutes via USB 2.Note: When Kingston USB flash drive was connected to one of the front USB 3 ports, UniBeast would run installation indefinitely and never finish. Ebios Read Error 0x31 I can't imagine that it harmed the BIOS.

as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one.. It seems that whenever I use any of the newer versions (0.8.x) I get the EBIOS read error as soon as I boot from the USB stick. After making the drive in transmac, click on it and see if you have a bunch of folders in the right hand window of transmac. http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-device-timeout-block-sectors-64.php in boot mode Please HELP... - Duur: 2:31.

And that I posted this in the correct (sub)forum. A sign to replace one or more. I disconnected the DVD drives of the machine, but the error persists. If this doesn't help, I would remake the 16gb OS image.

Laden... If this (removing cables) clears up the error then its one of the SATA drives that is causing the problem - most notably they are not spinning up as fast as I tried using a dmg image with the OSXDVD files but coouldn't get that method to work. Here's what I'm seeing on startup, immediately following the ASRock boot screen: EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block 0x0 Sectors 0 EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block 0x0 Sectors

The two major causes I see attributed are a bad copy of the installation DVD and a corrupted SD card left in the SD slot. MADAUDISCIENTIST 35.935 weergaven 7:36 Meer suggesties laden... bux2k View Public Profile Send a private message to bux2k Find all posts by bux2k (#8) bux2k Junior Member Posts: 9 Join Date: Jun 2010 UPDATE: getting passed EBIOS Islam Moustafa Amer 17.801 weergaven 16:01 iAtkos L2 Customise Options Expanded - Duur: 4:59.

Is this a BIOS failure? (after a power loss???) nesta View Public Profile Send a private message to nesta Find all posts by nesta (#2) nesta Junior Member Posts: You could have just a loose cable so make sure that your connections are snug when you put them on. tinners tinners View Public Profile Send a private message to tinners Find all posts by tinners (#5) tinners Junior Member Posts: 10 Join Date: Apr 2009 Re: Boot drive Something with the fresh install of Ubuntu, not sure what, helped that happen.

khal1dftw 19.059 weergaven 8:45 iAtkos L2 boot with cd rBoot LE - Duur: 1:09. Stay logged in tonymacx86.com Home Forums > Installation > Lion Desktop Support > Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Create New Post The Build Buying Advice Desktop Compatibility General Hardware Deals