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Quad Boot - Win 7, Mac OS X Maverick, Ubuntu 14.04, Android 4.4

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jcyshin    0

Hi Guys,

 

I have really hit a brick wall here :headbang:, this is the first time I have tried to use a Niresh installation for Mac OS X, however after 2 weeks, 3 distro's(Maverick 10.9, Mountain Lion 10.8.5, Snow Leopard 10.6.8), tried boot utility, tried clover, tried clover and chameleon combined, yet continuous failure, I am completely out of ideas.

 

Previously I used iAtkos Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and installed this successfully using Chameleon in a Tip boot setup with Win 7 and Ubuntu 12.01, however my HDD died and all I had on it has gone :crying:.

 

Now trying to set up this quad boot has caused me a lot of sleepless nights :sleepy:, I have been able to get as far as the Mac OS X Apple Logo screen and it just freezes. Can someone please let me know how I can install this as its driving me nuts.

 

 

CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965BE 3.4Ghz

Motherboard: AMD M4A88TD-M/USB3 880G/SB850

RAM: Corsair XMS3 4GB(2x2GB Dual Channel)

USB'S: 4 x USB3 Ports, 12 x USB 2 Ports

LAN: Realteck 8111E

Audio: Realteck ALC 892 8 Channel High Definition CODEC

HDD's: - 1 x Samsung Spinpoint S3 500GB(Mac OS X Partition 250GB, Ubuntu 14.04 Partition 100GB, Android Partition 100GB, 46GB Swap Drive, 4GB ex2 partition)

- 1 x WD 2TB(Data)

SSD: OZC Plus 60GB(Windows 7 Partition)

 

 

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