I had a working Lion installation up until today.. When I started up my computer I get the following message:
EBIOS read error: Media error
Block 0x4b0090 Sectors 0
And I have completely no idea what this means.. I hope somebody can help me with this! I really need this fixed since I am working on a video project what needs to be finished this weekend and I don't have a backup of the latest files (yeah stupid I know, but my hackintosh was working fine for at least 6-12 months, so I wasn't really expecting it to break down on me now)
I installed Lion a while ago using the iBoot + Snow Leopard method, wich after that i updated to Lion using, I think xMove or something like that (it's been a while..). I'm preparing a 'Unibeast USB drive' at the moment (need to download Lion from the App store again), hopefully that way I can boot into my installation again..
*I also just saw some 'rBoot' thing on tony mac's website ? Is possible that I can boot into my installation again like that? I have never heard anything about rBoot before.. it was probably finished after I was looking into all that stuff, and I never needed it before I guess.*
I really hope somebody can help me with this! And that I posted this in the correct (sub)forum. I couldn't find an answer to this question yet.. some 'EBIOS read error's' but they we're pretty much all before/during the installation, and I already had a working installation.
These are the specs from my computer, If needed:
Like I said, I really really hope somebody can help me out with this, otherwise I'm f****d
I tried making an rBoot CD, doesn't work for me, I get the same message and it won't even show me the 'bootscreen'.
I fixed an UniBeast USB drive, and that will get me into the installation process.. but I'm not really sure yet if I should reinstall Lion or not ? (in my original installation I set up 2 internal drives (I have 3, 1 for OS, 2 for data) as a RAID with Disk Utility, but I don't know if I'm gonna lose that stuff, because I can't have that! I really need to have those files)