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  1. Hello, I've got Clover Bootlaoder via BDU.v2.181b and stuck it on a USB and managed to boot and see the Apple logo, then the screen goes black. I think i need to enter GraphicsEnabler=0 or 1 to fix this My old pc uses a GT520 (i've done something like this in the past, but i can't type it in) I'm following this tutorial here: http://blog.syedgakbar.com/2014/03/manually-installing-clover-on-efi-partition/ When I booted to OSX with Clover, it put it in -v mode automatically, and it freezzes at NvideaStatup: Official Photo: https://www.dropbox.com/s/t7tc3nuzkpxkryj/IMAG0047.jpg?dl=0 I'm trying to get it working to I can buy another SSD to put Yosemite on my current PC with a separate SSD and have the option of booting to either Windows 7 Or Yosemite. Mark.
  2. Hello, When I installed mavericks on my current PC, I made a 50GB partition on my hard drive (With an SSD for Windows) which was not formatted for the OSX installation. When i got to the disk utility settings I formatted this 50GB space with the "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" from the tutorial here: http://www.macbreaker.com/2014/01/install-osx-mavericks-on-pc-with-niresh.html When i finally got the OS installed, I let it update ect and use it for about 5 mins, and restarted back into Windows 7. From here going to My Computer, i noticed that i couldn't access my Hard drive and from here, All i could think is that the OS installation formatted my whole HDD loosing important data. I managed to repeat this process with no important data that could be lost on an old PC with a 500GB for the current windows and made another 500gb partiton (which too, did not get formatted until disk utility setup) for OSX and this PC used 1 HDD and got the same results, the whole HDD got wiped. I managed to install windows 7 on this old pc no problem with a OS selection screen on start-up, but what can I do to stop this happening in the future? (apart from buying a seprate HDD), as my friend wants to dual boot windows with OSX. Mark.