- Nov 19, 2012
- MacBook Pro
- 3.66 Intel Core 2 Duo
- NVidia 9600
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I'm getting some error, but I don't see all of it, cuz I'm working on a TV screen, not Monitor. What I see is
I am so confused.
And it only works when using Unibeast.
That would help, expect after I updated the BIOS, I can't access anything now... If I go through normal boot, I get the boot0 error, If I go through Unibeast to the HD, I get hung up in the start up process, and if I go through Unibeast to Installer, I don't get past the Apple Logo screen. Any way to delete the hard drive, and start over?It's the dreaded 'boot0: error' error. This guide has some solutions: http://www.tonymacx86.com/25-boot0-error-official-guide.html
That would help, expect after I updated the BIOS, I can't access anything now... If I go through normal boot, I get the boot0 error, If I go through Unibeast to the HD, I get hung up in the start up process, and if I go through Unibeast to Installer, I don't get past the Apple Logo screen. Any way to delete the hard drive, and start over?
Jreb58 & HP246,
Try following my guide here and see where you went wrong. If necessary check what Multibeast/BIOS settings you've used. I used BIOS F11 to cure all my problems>
Jreb, if you are using the Intel HD card only, you may need to use the "Graphics Mode"="1920x1200x32" as a kernel flag in your /Extras/org.chameleon.Boot.plist.
You can add it like this using Textedit:
HP246, you may need to check if your XHCI ports has been set to AUTO and if Preboot XHCI detection is turned on (to allow your USB 3.0 ports to be used at boot time). Also DO NOT INSTALL any USB 3.0 drivers with Multibeast - the onboard USB 3.0 will work with the native drivers.
Thank you for helping, after some trial and error, I was finally able to access the hard disk by using Windows Vista install disk to wipe the hard drive, and then, using Unibeast to fix the hard drive for both the install and editing of that cursed error.If you can get to the opening OS X installation screen with your UniBeast stick, you can use Disk Utility from the 'Tools' menu to erase/reformat the drive.
I reinstall Mac OSx when i have my new GeForce GTX 580. Any changes when i install Win8 pro? Because in the Bios settings i can change jone setting to Windows 8 UEFI...
I have it working now, I am just having problems with HDMI. Don't get me wrong it works and I can see stuff, but I can't get it so I can see the top Menu bar, and the dock, but everything else is working perfectly. I am using the on board Intel HD 4000 right now. The picture shows the Apple Menu, and the dock when running in 1080p. 1080i is a really distorted image, also under scan has no affect, and when running on 720p it is filled with one screen. This is all I can see. How do I fix this?