" (for all the previous answers you gave), if you answer yes the darwin and EFI (if you selected Yes on EFI question) will be written to the disk and partition you selected, if you answer no all will be discarded and you can redo this part and reselect your options.write Y, after the darwin install is finish it will write exit, logout, [Process Completed], the install takes 5-10 secondsafter the install is completed we need to flag this partition as bootable, this will allow you to boot from the newly installed partition,to open a new terminal window from the Shell Menu, choose new Window-Homebrewa new terminal window appears, enter the fdisk CLI (Command line interface) using this command:/usr/sbin/fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0replace the last number (in this example 0) with the your leopard install HD numberyou can use question mard (?) and see the command listwrite p (short for print) it will display you with all the available partitions on the selected disk, including details such as size, type etc.
It sounds like a bit of a pain but isn't too complicated to do.
My second hard-drive is not showing up (different sata port, formatted ntfs) and not able to find some drivers (kexts) for my video card. For your graphics card, try using this driver: https:// I cannot vouch for it, but give it a go.
For your hard drive, can you see it if you go into Disk Utility? I can see it in BIOS, and when I boot into windows, but when I boot into OSX it doesn't appear in Disk Utility.
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