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bux2k View Public Profile Send a private message to bux2k Find all posts by bux2k (#8) bux2k Junior Member Posts: 9 Join Date: Jun 2010 UPDATE: getting passed EBIOS I don't feel you need to wipe out your existing drive with Lion on it...just yet. I added this to my org.chameleon.boot.plist and it solved the problem : Scan Single Drive Yes This is fine if you mainly boot from one partition, may not be ideal for I removed the DVD drives, as well as the second drive. Source

where is the darwin unix ? Your email will not be used for any other purpose and you can unsubscribe at any time. Thanks tinners tinners View Public Profile Send a private message to tinners Find all posts by tinners (#2) Lumpy05 Junior Member Posts: 4 Join Date: Mar 2009 Re: Boot It gave me the message "boot 0 testing" and then "boot 0 done" then continued to a screen with what looks like a bunch of dots in sequence. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/ebios-read-error-controller-or-device-error-block-0x0-sectors-0.103977/

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i THINK it's com.apple.Boot.plist ,anyway try it on a test drive first, backup everything, say ten hail mary's etc etc ad nauseum Thanks. I'm perfecting my 2nd Hackintosh; theMattintosh 2 (see signature for specs). For now I'll have to do without sleep mode. 10.2013 View the discussion thread. It'll boot to Chimera (I've got Chimera 1.11.1 r1394), but when I choose my OSX drive, it'll hang and kick out the error 4 times and just hang.

nesta View Public Profile Send a private message to nesta Find all posts by nesta (#3) holmes4 Administrator Posts: 6,156 Join Date: Nov 2008 Location: New Hampshire 05-31-2010, Once installed I used DellEFI 1.1 to make it boot correctly and do all the other magic needed. Resolved by making following change in BIOS: Load system BIOS and press F2 to enter Classic Mode. In Peripherals tab USB Storage Devices section click on Generic Storage Device 0.00 and change Ebios Read Error Error 0x0c Discussion for newbies and experienced users alike on the Dell Mini 9, Dell Mini 10 and many other Dell Products.

By the way, I bought Mountain Lion (not a CD, the one I am trying to use is an older 10.7 which I had) on 8.09.2012 directly from Applestore paying 20 Ebios Read Error Device Timeout Block 0x0 Sign In Sign Up 0 Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Help please! The same happens while trying to start with CD. http://forum.voodooprojects.org/index.php?topic=606.0 Everything works just fine from what I can tell, I get into the OS and everything is working.

Does this make it easier to find the culprit? (Btw, I have 2TB hd's connected. Ebios Read Error 0x04 I had this problem when rebooting my hack with usb printer turned on.. Do I need to copy the dmg file to the other USB or expand it to be the actual folder structure ? Back to top #5 HazMatt Posted 06 August 2013 - 02:27 AM HazMatt InsanelyMac Protégé Members 46 posts Gender:Male Location:MN, USA Interests:FileMaker, Halo.

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If you continue to have problems, I would suggest posting a new topic with a question about your current problem. check this link right here now As you stated you have your DVD Drives - and if you have more that one hard drive you should unplug the SATA cable not the power cable from the Drives Ebios Read Error Device Timeout Block On my boot disk DellEFI 1.1 - unzipped and copied contents to root (with subdirs) DellMiniBoot v8.02b1 - unzipped and copied contents to root (with subdirs) syslinux -ma h: and copied Ebios Read Error Device Timeout Block 0x0 Sectors 0 The largest dedicated Dell Mini and Dell Streak forum.

as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one.. this contact form I couldn't find an answer to this question yet.. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > jontah Joined: Jul 2, 2013 Messages: 68 Jul 13, 2013 at 12:31 PM #1 jontah Joined: Jul 2, 2013 Messages: 68 Hi! as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one.. Ebios Read Error Iboot

I do see the light in my flash drive blink. When I started my mini9 and booted from the usb drive, low and behold I didn't get the EBIOS Media Error that I had got before. I added this to my org.chameleon.boot.plist and it solved the problem : Scan Single Drive Yes This is fine if you mainly boot from one partition, may not be ideal for have a peek here After you get the new drive working attach the drives with your info on them to the newly installed Lion HDD.

On my OSX drive Also a point of clarification, and please dont laugh ! Ebios Read Error Media Error No need to use OSXDVD.zip file, but did need to copy over the OSInstall.mpkg for use to slim down the install.(see http://www.squidoo.com/dellmini9_osX + my post above) I then booted using the Does this EFI method not support 10.6 installs?

In the mean time I have unplugged my monitor's USB cable and am routing my mouse and keyboard directly to the ports on the back of the computer.

Register now to get access to all of the files and forums. No advanced switches are necessary, setups loads just fine with standard config. If I format the drives to individual drives, then no errors occur. Ebios Read Error Error 0x01 Make sure you post your Hackintosh's specifications when you ask questions.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Don Luciano, Don Luciano Sep 2, 2013 12:35 PM in response to Linc Davis Level 1 (0 points) Sep 2, 2013 12:35 Internet recovery produces an error (non of the options worked even I have backups) and suggests to start the application again. Check This Out I'll keep you posted of my results.

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It seems to me that I shouldn't be able to access the Setup screens if it's bricked. I went to re-install and this is where I get the EBIOS errors. b) If the problem are bad clusters or sectors, 15 minutes its ok, if not, probably hours, but the mac mini will boot up. Jul 2010, 21:15 Primary OS: Mac OS X Leopard VBox Version: OSE other Guest OSses: mimi Top Reply with quote Re: HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector

Aug 2008, 07:44 Greetings everyone! Can you do a reinstall? tinners tinners View Public Profile Send a private message to tinners Find all posts by tinners « Is anyone using FileVault? | Nothing in Network Folder No local dns resolution » Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?