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I resolved this by using USB 2 port on the CH-528T media dashboard. Lion WILL recognise a ps/2 keyboard IF it's plugged in via a USB adaptor. Yep , number 3 should do it for you. As you get this error on startup we will need to move to other areas in a step by step process. http://csimonitoring.com/ebios-read/ebios-read-error-device-timeout-block-0-sectors-64.php

Thanks. Everything works just fine from what I can tell, I get into the OS and everything is working. Good luck! Sign in here. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/ebios-read-error-controller-or-device-error-block-0x0-sectors-0.103977/

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Bad news number 1 : There is no support for PS/2 keyboards in Mac os/x, soooooo yes you will need a mouse (USB) AND keyboard (USB). Do I need a mouse connected for this installation? During Chimera boot timout press any key and it should reveal recognised partitions on all your hard drives (even non bootable) Make note of partition names and test which partition(s) you need I will have to look into this more specifically when I have time.

No worries, I understood what you meant. Logged 10.7.0:64:C2RC5:MacPro5,1:270-WS-W555-A1:A54:[email protected]:GTX285:3306610.6.4:64:C2RC5:MacPro4,1:GA-EX58-UD5:F12:[email protected]GHz:GTX285:1472510.6.8:32:EFI:MacPro1,1:MA356LL/A:1.7f10:[email protected]:7300GT10.7.0:32:C2RC5:MacBook3,1:T61:2.26:[email protected]:X3100 trexplorer Entrant Posts: 5 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #5 on: August 04, 2009, 11:28:41 PM » Add me to the list of people with the Back to top #3 HazMatt Posted 30 July 2013 - 01:52 PM HazMatt InsanelyMac Protégé Members 46 posts Gender:Male Location:MN, USA Interests:FileMaker, Halo. …I don't have a card reader. Ebios Read Error Error 0x31 However, did you by chance happen to not tick the Master Boot Record under options before formatting the USB as a Mac OS Extended ???

Make sure you have working Sound and Network. Are there any other (better) solutions out there? 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 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290867-ebios-read-error-usually-shows-up-on-startup/ appears and repeats every few seconds until my machine reboots itself.

EDIT: I know that I changed the RAM frequency from "AUTO" to "X.M.P" on my motherboard (Asus Sabertooth x79) Because when it was set to AUTO it simply recognized my RAM Issue was resolved by purchasing discrete network card TP-Link TG-3468 (Realtek chipset) Boot Errors (Resolved) During Boot following error messages are displayed (although boot continues with no issues):EBIOS read error: Error Your email will not be used for any other purpose and you can unsubscribe at any time. I finally got to the Chimera Boot Screen!

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Any help? click to read more Hope this helps, as it is irksome even though the hack will boot eventually if left alone. Ebios Read Error Media Error Desktop GA-Z77X-UP5-TH| i5 3570K| Radeon HD 6850 Server GA-Z68XP-UD3| i7 2700K| HD 3000 rjdoherty Joined: Dec 26, 2011 Messages: 11 Jan 2, 2012 at 3:18 AM #4 rjdoherty Joined: Dec 26, Ebios Read Error 0x01 Well, I tried most things.

Works fine. this contact form Once you've got Lion installed, pop the card back in and boot up, you should be fine. You could have just a loose cable so make sure that your connections are snug when you put them on. I've read about it and regarding USB 3.0 - I have nothing connected to it. Ebios Read Error 0x04

Unplugging and plugging into another USB port sometimes fixes the issue, but not always.  After more testing it appeared that it was an issue with the mouse. Edit****** Afterthought - also try the following if you did tick MBR during partition process. 1. No advanced switches are necessary, setups loads just fine with standard config. have a peek here as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one..

Save and exit , and just let it boot up via the USB that way. 3 try 2 with the 6870 removed from the machine and your HDMI plugged into the Thanks in advance, Ryan jester969 Joined: Aug 25, 2011 Messages: 3,754 Mobo: GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 CPU: i5-2500K Graphics: MSI GTS 250 Jan 2, 2012 at 2:34 AM #2 jester969 Joined: Aug 25, Stay logged in tonymacx86.com Home Forums > Installation > Lion Desktop Support > Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Create New Post The Build Buying Advice Desktop Compatibility General Hardware Deals

Also, I don't have any other USB device attached to my Mac.

I believe that the problem may be one of partitioning. Here's what I'm seeing on startup, immediately following the ASRock boot screen: EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block 0x0 Sectors 0 EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block 0x0 Sectors Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up Topics All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google All Once you've got Lion installed, pop the card back in and boot up, you should be fine.

I suppose it was causing problems because it was detected along with the rest of the USB hub in the monitor. The machine does not reboot itself when the "\" is displayed, but it does not proceed to the Chimera Boot Screen either. Remove the usb cables except keyboard - attach mouse to keyboard USB pass through port. Check This Out 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

Although it was always working in Windows, it would occasionally not work in UEFI BIOS. Chameleon will not boot after the error - had to go back to efi v9 1.0.12.Gigabyte X58-UD3r w core i7 920 ... « Last Edit: August 04, 2009, 11:33:37 PM by Logged zef Administrator Posts: 265 Re: EBIOS read error: Error 0x01 « Reply #12 on: August 23, 2009, 02:07:51 PM » I think it would be better to fix the issue I added this to my org.chameleon.boot.plist and it solved the problem : Scan Single Drive YesClick to expand...

I would also retest the DVD's again and remove only the data cable. There's nothing connected but the HD I use to boot. We're definitely getting somewhere - I pulled out the Radeon card, used GraphicsEnabler=No at the Chimera screen, and this time I quickly made it to the language screen on the Installer. I should poke around the BIOS and try to find that… but… suppose I want to make it work, now that I rediscovered this wonderful feature that I never use?

No other USB devices connected.[/*:m6ou6rrp] Disconnected the 1TB hard-drive, left only the on-board mSATA SSD connected.[/*:m6ou6rrp] Disconnected the on-board mSATA SSD, left only the 1TB hard-drive connected.[/*:m6ou6rrp] Switched the 1TB hard-drive as mentioned in other posts, card readers can be the culprit and my printer has one.. Here's what I see in Apple System Profiler: Ultra Fast Media Reader: Product ID: 0x4064 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: 1.90 Serial Number: 000000264001 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Generic But the weird is that Chameleon does not "see" anything installed on the other hd (ie, the harddisk without a chameleon partition).

My keyboard is unresponsive at the language selection screen.