- Bootloader Installation Guide In this part, we will focus on the bootloaders of Hackintosh, you can gain knowledge about how a computer(PC) boots and how a operation system launches. We also cover information about the Clover Bootloader and Chameleon Bootloader here. We keep these in the Bootloader folder. System Installation Guide.
- The Chameleon Boot Loader is released under the terms and conditions of Apple Public Source License (see APPLELICENSE). This project is divided into so far: - Booter: the bootloader itself - PrefPane: a upcoming Mac OS X Preferences Pane.
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REFIt 0.14 (6.5M Mac disk image) rEFIt 0.14 (6.5M ISO disk image) rEFIt 0.14 (3.2M.tar.gz) rEFIt 0.14 source code (253K.tar.gz) You can browse the source code online through the ViewVC interface to the Subversion repository at SourceForge. See the troubleshooting section for a full list. Here are a few common problems.All of my trials to enable iMessage & Facetime at AMD CPU have been failed for last half year. The last thing I didn't try to do is changing bootloader from Chameleon to Clover. (Following is my history of installation of Maverick on AMD CPU)
Replacing Chameleon with Clover was simple, and I think it's not necessary to write it because you are reading this document to delete Clover bootloader. I installed Clover bootloader after booting Maverick with Chameleon.
However, Clover didn't solve the issue on iMessage & Facetime even though all the things work fine (HDMI audio, LAN, Video etc.) But, I think the Chameleon is better because it's simple, and no benefit of using Clover for me.
Here comes the trouble, cannot move back from Clover to Chameleon even though I uninstalled Clover bootload by using AppCleaner, delete all EFI directories on boot disk, reinstall Chameleon bootloader many times. All trials failed.
The reason why I cannot move back to Chameleon is due to EFI partition which was created during installation of Clover I think. So I've been looking for how-to delete this. But, it was not easy because it's used when booting Maverick. (aka protected)
What about to delete this at Windows, because that EFI partition is not used anymore. And, here is the solution: using diskpart at cmd in Windows environment.
- list disk
- select disk x (x means the disk number where EFI exists)
- list partition
- select partition x (x means the partition number where EFI exists in disk x)
- delete partition override
- list partition
- exit or quit