N/APosted on - 07/24/2011
This is my initial post. I even have put in Ideneb one.1. os x 10.5.4 on Intel P4, 2.8 GHz, one GB DDR (having windows XP on Drive C), on the EXTENDED partition drive D. The installation worked fine. However, once restarts. I purchase a message, "boot0:error"
Can anybody facilitate American state fix this drawback? I would like to use XP in addition as OS X ten.5.4.
Looking forward to your instruction.
Boot0:error after MAC OS X 10.5.4 install
First check the video
A) Downloading and burning an ISO of UBCD to try and get to the boot manager tools
Again selected the CD drive as a priority boot device, but still resulted in boot0: error.
So the grand total of bootable disks I have tried since getting the error message is now 4.
Windows XP (nLited version)
ASUS recovery CD
B) Reflashing the BIOS.
Successful, but did nothing to stop the error message
C) Downloading pupae and unetbootin to make a bootable flash drive of pupae.
This is the only thing that worked (somewhat). Was able to boot into pupae, and tried deleting all existing partitions and repartitioning HDD.
Even with a newly partitioned ntfs drive, and my existing Windows XP install CD I still cannot get past the boot0:error.
I have very limited experience with Linux Distros, but was able to navigate pupae to repartition my drives. If the problem is with a boot loader, is there any way I can clear it through the tools and packages in pupae?
Or is there some other program, such as UBCD that I may be able to boot into, to give more information as to what and how my Eee 1000h is configured, to boot into on startup?
I tried to provide as much info as I could about my problem, and believe me I have spent an excess of 3 days combing through forum posts and googling similar issues.
Any help would be huge, since as of now, all I have is an Eee 1000h, that can run Pupae via USB flash drive. One of the big reasons I bought my eee, was for the support community around it, specifically the kind folks who use this forum. If you can help me out here this would be huge.