Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - A disk read error occurred. You should now be able to log in to vista without any problem. I have read that this issue can be fixed with and external dvd rom drive connected through the usb. My guess anyways Reply Meep March 8, 2008 at 3:47 pm Hi, I got a DVD from my friend, but dont know its iATKOS v1.0 or not. have a peek here
I. I have vista but processor is sse2 and last time I installed the booloader wouldn't show up, thanks. Thanks. here are my system facts for notebook msi vr601ne. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/108023-ebios-read-error-when-booting-osx86/
AnthonyDecember 14, 2008 Reply hello! Type Y at the prompt. I'm new to this.
JamesJune 23, 2011 Reply How do I know witch number to put in for partition number i think i have more than two! I have XP and Vista installed on my computer with Vista as primary. When I choose Mac OS X, the dual screen comes back again. If i do not go with the continue thing it says me to restart my PC..
If the problem is with hardware, additional diagnosis and the possible replacement of system components may be needed. Reply AlbinoAsian March 7, 2008 at 6:23 pm I got it installed, now just to get ethernet etc working =) thanks Reply marnix March 7, 2008 at 7:05 pm I would I then recreated the Master Boot Record and the system came up with no problems.Hope this helps! https://inihilist.wordpress.com/2008/04/05/easy-installation-guide-dual-boot-windows-vista-and-mac-os-x-105-real-quick-and-fool-proof/ Vista & Mac ^_^ JshenGMay 16, 2009 Reply hey..
Hard drives with moving platters have a MTBF (mean time between failure) of 3 to 5 years. Maybe the steps would have to be different. You need to make sure to select the x86 bootloader. i boot from cd and i get to the darwin bootloader part.
the letters stop in the part MAC OS VERSION NOT YET SET.. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/a-disk-read-error-occurred-press-ctrl-alt-del-to-restart-227333/ even though before i didn't see the difference betwenn letting the system autoboot after pressing f8 the iaktos disk or following the howto. Quiero instalar Leopard por muchas ventajas. I got osx installed using this guide, but now when I reboot without a cd all that comes up is Unable to Load Operating System.
Reply Auggie March 12, 2008 at 9:12 am I would prefer to buy a copy of OS X and install in on my Core Duo SS3 machine. http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error.php Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Paragon Rescue Kit v10 fixed it for me by paul9925 / December 18, 2010 8:43 PM PST In reply to: I FIXED Reply Karthik Kastury March 6, 2008 at 8:05 am @Bob, Please give a little more details about your configuration. SimranSeptember 13, 2008 Reply it stops and the text is flow control is disabled dipuSeptember 15, 2008 Reply IF YOU ARE USING 2 HARD DRIVES, USE TBOOT, not chain0.
For the Partition Number if your Leopard Partition is 2nd on the disk, then enter 2 and so on" i have a recovery partition on my harddrive, does this mean i Take the hard disk out and connect it to another PC using a USB2 to SATA/IDE cable. Select the Volume you created previously and format it as MAC OSX Journaled Extended. http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-vmware-snow-leopard.php thanks.
JonJune 16, 2009 Reply Hi i got up to the step where i was in disk utility then closed it then go to utilities to darwin boot loader..thing is there was Default: Microsoft Windows Vista Timeout: 30 seconds. Any help appricated Reply SlimJim March 18, 2008 at 8:45 am KARTHIK, where are you?
I have been having problems downloading iAtkos v4i. iAtkos rarely works on hardware, the problem is compatibility (I have a website all about the latest software and technology. One thing that was missing from the above steps is that just before you install, you need to add Darwin Boot Loader from the Customise screen, even though the guide told worked flawlessly!
My laptop is: - Intel Core2 Duo 1.66 Ghz - RAM 1GB DDR2 - on 20GB unallocated partition The above steps were very helpfull while installing iATKOS. notice this is for leopard but i bet u can get tiger too. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: disk read check error by Kees Bakker / December 7, 2009 11:49 PM PST In reply to: Disk read Check Error this contact form I then re-installed Vista.
Just the plain install would do. please help me thanks! Thanks blipApril 17, 2009 Reply Hey I tried to install Leopard on my computer and after the scrolling text it froze like halfway down. Reply infecetedco March 12, 2008 at 9:32 pm Re: John Evans Uhm I think that you just suck with computers or just plain retarded.
Please don’t select any patches etc during the installation, this is normally the reason for most failed installations. Now restart the machine and boot into the Leopard DVD that you burned using the iATKOS v1.0 DVD Image. When I choose OS X, I can then select NTFS or OS X. i dun neo why.
JohnSeptember 3, 2009 Reply […] will allow booting into Vista. Reply Timothy March 8, 2008 at 4:40 am Everything has worked smoothly so far, and i didnt partition my drive instead, i installed my own harddrive to my computer. RichardSeptember 1, 2008 Reply just hit any key and choose the drive you installed leo on then it should boot w/o any problems bombaaaSeptember 4, 2008 Reply Hi. I will update the post with more details on that in a moment..
Now I just got all the non compatible hardware problems…But my DV2222 runs Leopard:) /Peter Reply Niall March 10, 2008 at 8:54 pm ***Chain Booting Error*** Excelent Tutorial, I've followed right Seems to be OK for now.I'm strongly considering a MAC for my next home PC purchase. I am stumped. My process uses elements from Jordan's MacOnPC How To Guide, I Am Nihilist's Easy Installation Guide, wmarsh's E520 Leopard Install Guide, and TopazBar's Dual Boot instructions.
After I type "-v" scrolling text stops at the line "IOAPIC: Version 0×20 Vectors 64:87″ I'm usign a notebook Acer Aspire 5672 Intel Duocore 1.66mhz 2GB DDR2 ACPI x86 - based EasyRE will automatically find and fix many problems, and can also be used to solve this problem with the directions below. This sounds incredibly easy to use, and I cant wait to get it working Reply Karthik Kastury March 6, 2008 at 8:12 am @Mike, All the very best. Reply Reg Braithwaite March 6, 2008 at 11:05 pm Hi, I've got meself a partition and SS3 processor, and can get as far as Darwin loading up - I type in
i choose the partition i formatted by using the mouse, however, after the installation is complete, i boot into darwin and type -s but it stops at a command and the Voila!!