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I just turn it off when I boot and turn it back on after it boots up. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Logged zef Administrator Posts: 265 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #14 on: August 25, 2009, 12:52:16 PM » Hopefully the >1TB addressing issue is fixed by now Logged Well, I tried most things. http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-device-timeout-block-sectors-0.php

WOL (Resolved) WOL does not work when MAC is sleep mode or when PC was shut down form MAC OS (works fine in Windows). Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. 1 EBIOS read error <--- Usually shows up on startup Started by HazMatt, Jul 30 2013 03:49 AM EBIOS read error Error 0x31 Please as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one.. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/ebios-read-error-controller-or-device-error-block-0x0-sectors-0.103977/

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I have never been able to get to the Chimera Boot Screen.[/list:u6ou6rrp] Troubleshooting attempted so far: Used a second 8GB USB drive to attempt the UniBeast method.[/*:m6ou6rrp] Disconnected all devices except Resolved by making following change in BIOS: Load system BIOS and press F2 to enter Classic Mode. In Peripherals tab USB Storage Devices section click on Generic Storage Device 0.00 and change Open PC case and disconnect all hard drives, except the one where MAC OS will be installed (in this case second 128GB SSD). Ebios Read Error Error 0x31 Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > jontah Joined: Jul 2, 2013 Messages: 68 Jul 13, 2013 at 12:31 PM #1 jontah Joined: Jul 2, 2013 Messages: 68 Hi!

I can get to Chimera now, but can't get any farther (despite using all of the recommended boot flags). Ebios Read Error 0x0c Logged d00d Observer Posts: 17 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #10 on: August 21, 2009, 10:59:58 PM » @cmsimike: that works, thanks Logged 10.7.0:64:C2RC5:MacPro5,1:270-WS-W555-A1:A54:[email protected]:GTX285:3306610.6.4:64:C2RC5:MacPro4,1:GA-EX58-UD5:F12:[email protected]:GTX285:1472510.6.8:32:EFI:MacPro1,1:MA356LL/A:1.7f10:[email protected]:7300GT10.7.0:32:C2RC5:MacBook3,1:T61:2.26:[email protected]:X3100 trexplorer Entrant Posts: 5 I disconnected the DVD drives of the machine, but the error persists. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290867-ebios-read-error-usually-shows-up-on-startup/ When computer reboots, boot from USB again, but this time choose Mavericks rather than USB Complete last few MAC OS setup steps When Desktop loads head to TonyMACx86 website and download

Thanks. EDIT: I should mention that I have indeed isolated the cause of this problem to the USB hub on the monitor. I plug in my ps/2 keyboard with one of those old green ps/2 to USB adaptors. Logged ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 | i5-2500k | 16GB RAM | GTX560 | Keyboard | Mouse | Devilsound DAC d00d Observer Posts: 17 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #3

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Good Luck...Click to expand... http://www.mysysadmintips.com/other/reviews-and-tutorials/451-installing-mac-os-x-10-9-maverick-on-a-pc-for-triple-boot-with-windows Anyone know of a way (the syntax) to exclude scanning the problematic drives while still including all other drives ...? Ebios Read Error Media Error You could have just a loose cable so make sure that your connections are snug when you put them on. Ebios Read Error 0x01 Logged cmsimike Entrant Posts: 2 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #9 on: August 17, 2009, 02:09:12 AM » I have figured out a (temporary, I hope) solution to

This issue occurs when using both chameleon 2 rc1 and rc2. navigate here Forum The Build Installation Post Installation The Workshop The Tools The Clubhouse Infinite Loop Laptops Guides Start Here! 10.12 Installation 10.11 Installation 10.10 Installation 10.9 Installation 10.8 Installation 10.7 Installation 10.6 I'm perfecting my 2nd Hackintosh; theMattintosh 2 (see signature for specs). I've tried each of the recommended boot flags, and all end up with the same result. Ebios Read Error 0x04

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 If I format the drives to individual drives, then no errors occur. I can get to Chimera now, but can't get any farther (despite using all of the recommended boot flags). http://dssoundware.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-device-timeout-block-sectors-64.php Also ignore the iPads autocorrect - Don't go mad looking for the integrated perishables section of your BIOS !!!

I had this problem when rebooting my hack with usb printer turned on.. Or you can go the Bluetooth route, but I would strongly advise starting with USB until you have it up and running. EDIT: D'oh, you have a real mac, my bad...

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Sign In Sign Up Downloads Forums Back Forums New Posts Unread Content Articles Chat Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Facebook Twitter Google Also ignore the iPads autocorrect - Don't go mad looking for the integrated perishables section of your BIOS !!! Thanks. Do I need a mouse connected for this installation?Click to expand...

Really want to solve this issue! But still, this error shouldn't come, right? Try the integrated peripherals section instead Click to expand... this contact form as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one..

Logged 10.7.0:64:C2RC5:MacPro5,1:270-WS-W555-A1:A54:[email protected]:GTX285:3306610.6.4:64:C2RC5:MacPro4,1:GA-EX58-UD5:F12:[email protected]:GTX285:1472510.6.8:32:EFI:MacPro1,1:MA356LL/A:1.7f10:[email protected]:7300GT10.7.0:32:C2RC5:MacBook3,1:T61:2.26:[email protected]:X3100 trexplorer Entrant Posts: 5 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #5 on: August 04, 2009, 11:28:41 PM » Add me to the list of people with the I'll try your third recommendation now and post an update.Click to expand... That's fine, after getting this far a little USB keyboard/mouse issue is nothing! Running windows 7 on one hard drive and mavericks on another hard drive.

I will have to look into this more specifically when I have time. The error occurs with 1 or 2 hd's connected. Lion Laptop Support HP ProBook Lion Laptop Support HP Probook 4530s SL Laptop Support Guides Start Here! 10.12 Installation 10.11 Installation 10.10 Installation 10.9 Installation 10.8 Installation 10.7 Installation 10.6 Installation I put the UniBeast USB drive into a USB 2.0 port, pressed F12 at the boot screen and selected USB HDD.

No worries, I understood what you meant. Boot back into MAC OS and edit file Extra > org.chameleon.Boot.plist To hide non bootable partitions from chimera boot menu add following lines:Hide PartitionSystem Reserved; Local Data; Windows 7Where:System Reserved; Local I'm hoping that I've simply overlooked some simple step, and I'm finally posting here to see if anyone can shed any light on what I may have done wrong. Once you've got Lion installed, pop the card back in and boot up, you should be fine.

dbzwin Joined: Jan 19, 2014 Messages: 3 Mobo: osx 10.91 CPU: i5-4440 Graphics: hd4600 Feb 6, 2014 at 1:27 PM #10 dbzwin Joined: Jan 19, 2014 Messages: 3 Mobo: osx 10.91 This is usually caused by a card reader you have connected to the computer. I then ran UniBeast and the process ran to success (again). 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.

Logged zef Administrator Posts: 265 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #2 on: July 29, 2009, 09:13:02 PM » Need to check how the booter handles the int 13h Back to top #4 Picasso Posted 31 July 2013 - 03:27 AM Picasso InsanelyMac Sage Members 272 posts Go to the bios and Disable Card Reader and other pheripherical without any I would also retest the DVD's again and remove only the data cable. Chameleon will not boot after the error - had to go back to efi v9 1.0.12.Gigabyte X58-UD3r w core i7 920 ... « Last Edit: August 04, 2009, 11:33:37 PM by

Now MAC OS should boot from the disk. Unplugging and plugging into another USB port sometimes fixes the issue, but not always.  After more testing it appeared that it was an issue with the mouse. My keyboard is unresponsive at the language selection screen. Well, I tried most things.