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Sony Vaio Vpceh15fx
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Sorry in advance, because i am newbie.

 

I got Sony vaio laptop Vpceh15fx model

 

Intel core i5-2410m

Intel ® HD graphics

im currently running windows 7 64bit right now.

 

i already have the bootable usb with osx installer in it.

 

but before i install it, i need my windows not to be deleted,means i need to dual boot wth windows and mac.

can anyone help me  how can i do this?

thanks a lot.

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You can either while in windows create a extra partition using a third party software.and formated as mac partition .or you can resize the drive using diskutility when you are about to install Os x.Also be sure to isntall the latest charmeleon bootloader so you can boot to windows and mac

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You can either while in windows create a extra partition using a third party software.and formated as mac partition .or you can resize the drive using diskutility when you are about to install Os x.Also be sure to isntall the latest charmeleon bootloader so you can boot to windows and mac

what exactly third party software are you in to?..

and charmeleon will be installed on mac after installation or windows? i really dont know what is that.. 

 

 

thank you for helping :)

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And yes after you successfully install os x you do install charmeleon bootloader to OS X and not to the windows partition

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Good luck.if you enconter errors or problems installin os x .post it here and il help you out

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Okay thanks alot. ill update as soon as i installed os x!

 

after installing os x mavericks in an another partition, and after isntalling chameleon..

then reboot.. what will i do then so i will see windows and mac on the boot?

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