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Error: - 69874 : Couldn't modify partition map
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GO TO THE END OF THE THREAD!

Can anyone help me? 

BootLoader: Chameleon

Motherboard: ASUS M2N68-AM Plus

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4850e

RAM: 4GB DDR2

Graphic: NVIDIA GEFORCE GT-630 4GB SDDR3

 Installation completed successfully, after boot:

 

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When I click on the partition Mountain Lion comes out a white screen that is this:

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First part of the white screen is:

 

panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff7f014cc0e5): Unsupported CPU: family = 0xf, model = 0x6b stepping = 0x2
Debugger called: <panic>
Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address
0xffffff807817bd50 : ...
0xffffff807817bdd0 : ...
0xffffff807817bdf0 : ...
0xffffff807817be30 : ...
0xffffff807817be50 : ...
0xffffff807817bea0 : ...
0xffffff807817bf30 : ...
0xffffff807817bf70 : ...
0xffffff807817bfb0 : ...
.....
.....
.....
 
BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task
Boot args: boot -uuid=3D132F18-27D1-335C-05A6-05909D4D5533 rs=-uiid

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SOLVED! I shoulded only do the first boot in safe mode(safe mode flag). If i will have some problem i will post here! 

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STOP HERE!

Hei guys, i have a serious problem...I reformatted the partition(from windows) where there was mac to reinstall them but when i go to disk utiity to format the partition where i want install mac it say:  impossible to modify the map of the partitions(in italian is impossibile modificare la mappa delle partizioni).

What can i do?

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(I have an MBR boot)(I tried with  /sbin/fsck -fy but nothing changes)

My Partitions:

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When in the menu Disk Utility i Select Disk "D" and i select the formato "Mac os Extended(Journaled)" and press "Inizializza" It say "impossible to modify partition map"

 

DISKLIST FROM MAC CONSOLE:

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Error from the console:

 

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Also you can use Paragon Partition Manager and Format HFS+ done 

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