Re: can't dual boot
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Actually, I figured it out. I had to use Apple's Drive Setup from OS 9.2 to
update the disk driver, and then <poof!> it now dual boots. The CD I was
trying to boot from was OS 8.6, which is what the Mac OS is on the hard
drive. But the tech coordinator at the school where I volunteer made the
update driver suggestion. I was very happy for that, since I had tried the
Command-Option-PR thing...Now I'm a happy camper!
Thanks for the suggestion!
On Friday 15 March 2002 17:12 pm, Chris Tillman wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 14, 2002 at 10:04:31PM -0500, Russell Hires wrote:
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> > Hello all,
> > I've just gotten woody installed, and I boot fine into Linux using
> > yaboot, but when I try to boot into the MacOS, I can't. I've got an iMac
> > 333 mhz. Actually, when I get into the MacOS, I get the happy face, then
> > the grey screen with the cursor in the top left corner, then it freezes.
> > I can't move the mouse and the screen just stays the same, and the boot
> > into MacOS doesn't continue. What's really frustrating about this is that
> > I can't even boot into MacOS using the C key and a CD-ROM.
> Does Cmd-Opt-P-R to reset the pram help?
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