Uploaded on Jan 5, 2010
Dual boot Windows 7 and OSX Leopard
(Part 2 of 2)
-Windows 7 ultimate x64
-iATKOS v7 OSX Leopard 10.5.7
-Core 2 Duo e6750
-4GB GSkill ram
-GAP35-DS3L gigabyte motherboard
Used this guide: http://tinyurl.com/y88vym3
Check compatibility here: http://tinyurl.com/d93dc
After you shut down OSX, boot with your windows 7 DVD in drive. Once you're at the install screen, click "repair your computer".
Check the recovery tools options and click next. Here choose "Command prompt".
Enter the following commands in order to set your windows drive back to active:
DISKPART: list disk // displays the available HDD
DISKPART: select disk n // select the disk which has windows installation
DISKPART: list partition // list partitions on the selected disk
DISKPART: select partition n // select the partition number where windows was previously installed.
DISKPART: active //sets partition active
Once you do that, reboot. You should reboot to windows. IN case you don't, follow the link to the guide above and check step 7 for an different solution.
Basically, just boot with the windows DVD again and it should recognize your windows 7 installation as, well "broken" let say, then click "repair and restart" which should be available.
Check the guide if you don't get me.
This time it should definitely start into windows.
Once there, go online and google easyBCD. Download, install and run it.
In EasyBCD, go on the "Add/remove entries" tab, then to the Mac tab and select "Generic x86 PC" from the drop down, then write a name in the box below. This name will appear in the boot menu.
Click "add entry" and "save".
You are now done, reboot to choose your os. Congratz on your brand new Hackintosh, windows/OSX PC :P
Let me know if you have any trouble.
And please don't ask me where to get a copy of OSX :)
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