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hbrown88

Can't Boot From Hard Drive, only unibeast usb...any fixes to start like a normal mac?

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My system runs great, its just I have to constantly boot from the USB U{censored}. Is there any way I can boot straight into OSX? I have tried chimera, chameleon and nothing is working for this boot issue... any ideas?

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Gigabyte Z68AP-D3, Rev 2.0, bios FB

MSI 6870 w/ 1GB

8GB ram

Core i5 2500 3.3GHz

WD Hard Drive 1TB

DVD drive

System works like a charm except me having to boot from the USB all the time

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If you HDD haves 4k sectors (check on the manufacturer`s website) you need to follow this steps in order to get your HDD boot working > http://www.osx86.net/10-6-snow-leopard/14171-iatkos-s3-v2-installed-rebbot-loop-problem.html

If you HDD is a normal HDD with 512b sectors, you need to follow the steps on this thread to see what`s prevent you to boot OS X from your HDD > http://www.osx86.net/10-7-lion/13453-every-bootloader-fails-boot-after-install.html

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That makes more sense. How do I change my boot sector size on a western digital hard drive??

I'm completely lost, sorry I'm such a noob...

I can get to my boot loader screen but is there a way to automatically boot straight into OSX without manually clicking it??

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