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Mano Aamer

boot0 error

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Hi guys,

I installed mac OSX Maverick on my amd PCi used these kernels

amdfx USBBusFix=Yes -v

and i installed it and every thing went great

and after i rebooted i found this error appears

Boot0: ERROR

I have ubuntu and windows 8.1 on my PC

what should i do ?

i have no mac devices and this is my first hackintosh

the only OS that i can access now is windows 7

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In my experience with boot0 you haven't got any boot loader installed on your mavericks. Boot up your USB stick and when you see the menu it comes with, select Mavericks HDD instead of the installer image. Use any boot flags needed to successful boot. 

 

When in OS X. Download and install this: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/93-chameleon-22-svn-r2286/

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In my experience with boot0 you haven't got any boot loader installed on your mavericks. Boot up your USB stick and when you see the menu it comes with, select Mavericks HDD instead of the installer image. Use any boot flags needed to successful boot. 

 

When in OS X. Download and install this: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/93-chameleon-22-svn-r2286/

Thank for helping him..

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In my experience with boot0 you haven't got any boot loader installed on your mavericks. Boot up your USB stick and when you see the menu it comes with, select Mavericks HDD instead of the installer image. Use any boot flags needed to successful boot. 

 

When in OS X. Download and install this: https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/93-chameleon-22-svn-r2286/

thanks bro i passed this error

but i have another issue :(

i am stuck at the apple logo with the spinning circle . it just spins and nothing happens :(

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boot -v and Post image 

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It says something like this

I dont see anything?
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i have same error Boot0:error

but i couldn't show me any option for selecting boot...

directly message display Boot0:error

 

how to solve

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