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Chameleon Wizard 4.1.0 [NEW]

Chameleon Boot Loader And Mac OS X Utility




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Doesn't work with iPC 10.5.6 LIVE DVD. Real pain because I rely on the LIVE DVD to repair all my systems of 10.6.x or 10.7.x. Someone please FIX this so it works in Leopard 10.5.

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nevermind, i booted off my usb stick, now i seem to be having ethernet issues when booting off chameleon loader but when i boot off of usb chimera it connects fine

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Using Lion 10.7.3. When I try to load the boot file from "Folder on disk", a Finder like application pops up. When I try and select the boot file, the file is grayed out, and the Wizard can't "grab" the file. I've tried the terminal with the following commands:

1) defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles True

2) killall Finder

It gives me an Error window stating "No boot file in selected folder.

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Cara No Meu Hackintosh nao funciona nnenhum bootloader tipo eu formato e instalo sempre vai tudo certinho e instalo o chamaleon e nao da boot :( alguem me ajuda :( To ficando louco. :(

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