- Apr 24, 2012
- Asrock B250m Performance
- Intel Core i5-7500
- Asus STRIX 1060 6gb
- Mobile Phone
I would do a few things:
1) Can you force BIOS to boot your HDD using F9?
2) Check in Linux to see if your system partition is marked 'boot' (I don't know of a way to check that on OS X).
3) Check that the bootloader is installed correctly in MBR/PBR
sudo dd if=/dev/rdisk0 of=/tmp/mbr count=1 bs=512 xxd </tmp/mbr|tail sudo dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 of=/tmp/pbr count=1 bs=512 xxd </tmp/pbr|tail sudo dd if=/dev/rdisk0s2 of=/tmp/pbr count=2 bs=512 xxd </tmp/pbr|tail
The last two bytes of all three outputs should be 55aa.
FYI: Just a guess... you ran the Mavericks installer at the desktop after it downloaded, instead of quitting it right away?
1.) I can't boot from my hdd.
2.) I will get some live CD and then try this.
3.) the end of all three matches with 55aa
FYI: I created the USB installer using unibeast and used it.