[QUOTE=bean55;2530575]Not that familar with Mac
Here’s a little more info on EasyBCD, remember Vista / Win 7 means the same here.
The most common setup for users looking to get OS running on their PCs involves a pre-existing OS X installation followed by a Windows Vista install. In this case, the computer boots into the Windows Vista bootloader, and does not have an option to boot into OS X.
- Fire-up EasyBCD, and navigate to the “Add/Remove Entries” screen.
- Select “Mac OS X” from the tabs at the top.
- From the platform drop-down list, select “Generic x86 Hardware”
- If you wish to change the name from the default “NST Mac OS X,” you may do so now.
- Select “Auto-configure Mac Settings” and then hit “Add Entry” to finish up.
You can now reboot your PC, and select “NST Mac OS X” (or whatever you chose to call it) from the Vista bootloader. OS X should begin to boot immediately.
- Can you help me install OS X?
- The screen turns black and a few seconds later I’m at the Vista boot menu once again.
Press F8 once during the black-screen period. The Mac OS X menu should pop-up and give you the option of booting into OS X.
- I get a “HFS+ Partition Error” when I select OS X from the Vista bootloader… HELP!
EasyBCD 1.6 has a new feature in the [Diagnostics Center] for dealing with this particularly nasty bug. Fortunately, EasyBCD makes it really easy to deal with it: just select the “HFS+ Partition Error” repair button, select your OS X drive and partition numbers from the list (drives start counting from 0, partitions start at 1), and hit the repair button![/QUOTE]
When I try to boot os x, it just boots an error saying its missing a file or corrupt, you know when windows isn’t installed and you try to boot windows, that same screen came.