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Booting trouble/DG41RQ

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Mb: DG41RQ
GraphicCard: 9800GT
RAM: 4GB/Corsair
HDD: 500GB WD

I've used uniboot prepared from a downloaded installer on my macbook
Multibeast: 4.0.2(downloaded earlier)

Did a perfect install & after rebooting choose Mac drive, ran multibeast, with
>easybeast,
>system util
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Audio>VoodooHDA 0.2.7.3
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Graphic>NVIDIA Fermi
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Network>Realtek Gigabit Ethnet 2.0.6



Upon restart, removed USB drive, got an error message "boot disk failure".
Tried again this time choosing HDD from bootoptions (pressing F10 from mb boot screen)
System worked like a charm.
Everything working. :headbang:

Tried running Multibeast again, choosing Boot loader> Chimera v1.5.4 r1394

still did'nt boot on its own, had to choose F10>HDD to boot in Lion

Tried Multibeast again, using System Util>Rebuild Cache & Permissions

Did'nt work.

Every time I have to boot into Lion I have to choose HDD from M/b's boot options.

PS: I've checked boot priority on my mb, HDD has been given priority.


Any suggestions?
 
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HP ProBook 4530s
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Intel HD3000
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njmac said:
Mb: DG41RQ
GraphicCard: 9800GT
RAM: 4GB/Corsair
HDD: 500GB WD

I've used uniboot prepared from a downloaded installer on my macbook
Multibeast: 4.0.2(downloaded earlier)

Did a perfect install & after rebooting choose Mac drive, ran multibeast, with
>easybeast,
>system util
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Audio>VoodooHDA 0.2.7.3
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Graphic>NVIDIA Fermi
>Driver & bootloader>Kext & enab>Network>Realtek Gigabit Ethnet 2.0.6



Upon restart, removed USB drive, got an error message "boot disk failure".
Tried again this time choosing HDD from bootoptions (pressing F10 from mb boot screen)
System worked like a charm.
Everything working. :headbang:

Tried running Multibeast again, choosing Boot loader> Chimera v1.5.4 r1394

still did'nt boot on its own, had to choose F10>HDD to boot in Lion

Tried Multibeast again, using System Util>Rebuild Cache & Permissions

Did'nt work.

Every time I have to boot into Lion I have to choose HDD from M/b's boot options.

PS: I've checked boot priority on my mb, HDD has been given priority.


Any suggestions?


To be able to boot from the HDD, you need to open your BIOS, Choose the 'Boot' tab, and set 'MaxCPUID' to 'Enable'. Hope that will help. I had the same problem when I installed Snow Leopard.
 
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