OSX Shenanigan

#1
Hi Guys/Gals hope someone can shed some light this way.

Ingredients;

1 x SATA 320GB (separated into 5 partitions, Vista on first partition, OSX on second,Vista installed last)

Utensils;

1 x EasyBCD 1.6 (Fresh)

Method;

it doesn't work........



well i added it to the boot menu but it just restarts the boot loader (well thats where i end up)

here is a useless dump of (....it might help)

nst_mac.mbr
 
#2
so, either people dont know or its not being taken seriously.

Let me restate

I want to boot Vista and OSX
OSX is installed and working fine
EasyBCD is config'd but doesnt make a working boot entry in the boot loader
OSX was installed first on the second partition, then Vista on the first partition

Hope someone out there can help :smile:
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#3
so, either people dont know or its not being taken seriously.
Another possibility is that you posted this in the wrong section and as such we had no idea where to look.

You need to set the OS X partition as bootable (NOT as the active partition, but simply check the bootable flag).

This can be done with Acronis Disk Director, Partition Tragic, or Paragon.
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#4
Topic moved :wink:
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#6
No worries, and good luck :crazy: