mikeeey

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  1. Once they've become corrupted there's nothing you can do to undo it. Though it's odd that they all became corrupted. What programs have you tried? What are you recovering the files onto?
  2. Does this include Chameleon/Clover? What did you do to make it so you don't have to type GraphicsEnabler=No?
  3. Did you find a way to get it to work with Chameleon/Clover without having to type GraphicsEnabler=No?
  4. bump. So... no one's using a 7xxx card at all..?
  5. You'll first need to stop using that hard drive to avoid any of your data to become overwritten. You'll also need a 2nd hard drive of equal or greater size to transfer your recovered data to. Use either "GetDataBack" or "EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard" to restore you data, it will take a long time.. expect the recovery to take most of the day. These are both windows based programs so you're going to either need a 2nd computer to run this on that you can plug your hard drive into, or you can install windows onto your 2nd hard drive that you would be transferring the recovered data onto, just make sure you don't reinstall windows on your original drive that has the lost data.
  6. If I don't type GraphicsEnabler=No then I get the error mentioning something about deadbeef. I understand that with the 7xxx cards you need to have chameleon on the EFI partition of the hard drive? Is this the only way? I've tried following this guide for getting chameleon on the EFI partition: But it looks like now I need Unibeast to do this. But in order to create a Unibeast USB this requires you to purchase the real version of Mavericks from the Mac store? Is this the only way? I guess I'm confused, why do I need to download the entire OSX for the unibeast drive if all I'm trying to do is put chameleon on the EFI partition? My computer specs are the following: Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UD2H Processor - AMD Phenom II x4 965 Black Edition Video Card - Radeon Sapphire 7950 OSX is currently on it's own designated hard drive, windows is on a seperate drive. (everything above summed up in 1 question: How do I get chameleon on the EFI partition for proper 7xxx support?)
  7. i had the exact same thing happen to me, although I was trying to do it on my 2nd harddrive (2TB) that I only use as my F:Users folder (basically a storage harddrive for pictures, music, movies, downloads, literally anything that downloads into your users folder). I would set aside a partition of 128GB for OSX, but it failed at the end every time. I tried over and over, and a few times it even made my windows partition "unformatted" so I'd have to recover all my data. I ended up having to just install OSX on a seperate harddrive, so my hard drives are as follows: HDD 1 - Partition 1 (C:) Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit HDD 1 - Partition 2 Linux Ubuntu 13.10 HDD 2 - Partition 1 (F:) Windows "Users" Folder HDD 3 - Partition 1 OSX Mavericks 10.9.0 I suppose you could always back your windows partition up, completely wipe the hard drive, install OSX mavericks first, then copy the windows partition over second.