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  1. dufferdan

    OK, it took a year or more, but I got a working Mac HP MSS Mavricks server

    Aged me. A bunch of aborted starts, but my HP MSS EX 495 is now running the Mac OS. I'll update to Yosemite and add the server pack to source my house computers, their backups and all movies/music etc. I have 2 1 TB drives, a 2 TB drive and another two TB drive that is partitioned to 250 GB and...
  2. dufferdan

    Hp Smart Server Ex485 Mavericks Installation Successful

    What format did you use for the hard drive? GUID or otherwise.
  3. dufferdan

    Trying to install OSX mavricks on EX 495...requires GUID formatting?

    No love? Can I format the 250GB partition per Apple requirements and have it run on the HP 495 EX? Tks.
  4. dufferdan

    Install Mavericks (+ server) on HP Mediasmart EX490

    Can I ask how did you format the drive that was returned to the MSS server? When I try and run the install USB drive, is get a warning that the drive in the USB cradle needs to be formatted as GUID, not the third choice as windows hardware compatible. It won't start the installer otherwise...
  5. dufferdan

    Trying to install OSX mavricks on EX 495...requires GUID formatting?

    I am trying to install Mavricks onto a hard drive connected to my wife's Macbook Pro latop, which itself is running Mavricks. I have formatted the server drive as required using Master Boot record for both partitions (1.5TB drive, partitioned to two, one 250GB, one 1.25TB) I created a Mavricks...
  6. dufferdan

    Installing Mac OS server on an HP EX495 home server box

    OK, just did a search and found an application on an EX 485. i'll read thru that as a start. If anyone has some advice otherwise re: above, happy to take it. But looks like this might work.
  7. dufferdan

    Installing Mac OS server on an HP EX495 home server box

    Been lurking around here for a while. Seriously considering building a dual 6 core cpu hackintosh as the new Mac Pro concerns me with last of upgradability and expansion options, not to mention price. My 2006Mac Pro, updated to a 2,1 and dual quad core 3.0 ghz CPU's is great, but OS is maxed out...
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