fix boot0 or boot1 error

This is how you fix a boot0 or boot1 error on a hackintosh. It worked for me everytime so I thought I’d share it.

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  1. cdoublejj:

    could the this be done with gparted?

  2. frankmoolah:

    it didn’t work for me, but thanks though

  3. Sampelmind81:

    Hey thanks a lot for you video and i hope you can help me.

    I was able to install snow leopard and set up multibeast but when i reboot my laptoop i get the massage :boot0:GPT,Test,Test,GPT….Er­ror and at this point i have no idea what to do.

    I searched the internet without a solution, so could you help me or anybody else??

    thanks

  4. RobloxGuy587:

    GUYS THIS WORKED FOR ME!!!! KEEP PRESSING ENTER WHEN U TURN ON YOUR PC if u still get the same message KEEP TRYING IT WORKED FOR ME!!!!

  5. boddah1337:

    Dude, you f*cuked up the instructions.

    When you type the following line
    fdisk -e /dev/rdisk
    then you have to write the hard drive’s number after the rdisk part.

    For example: I’ve got 3 HDDs in my computer. On the first I installed osx and I’d like to active its partition then I must write:
    fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 (by this I chose the hard drive i’d like to work with)
    then I have to mark active the partition I install OSX to.
    usually it’s the 2nd partition so I write
    flag 1
    write
    y

    and done.

  6. AlyshaHana2001:

    same here?!

  7. Dany MakeMeLoL:

    Dude, our computer is not working! WTF? Why you make tut like this.

  8. YoshiProgrammer:

    I would, IF MY MAC WAS WORKING!!! XD

  9. JE Woo:

    I get this error on start up.. «AMD Data Change…Update New Data to DMI!
    boot0: error»

    It wont do any thing at all i cant even boot from a disk and just do clean install of windows.. it wont let me do anything.

  10. Mateo Delgadillo:

    @xXDGKSk8RXx same problem

  11. Nick Mahoney:

    oh my god thank you soo much i was getn scaryed cuz no 1 elses ideas were working but i did wat u commented and it worked perfect thank you!!!!!!! hopefully it stays working

  12. loganandnickinc:

    This didnt work for me but i booted into single user mode -s at darwin prompt

    fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0 rdisk1

    print

    flag 1

    quit

  13. ButlerTelevision:

    Ok soooo…. Ive got my hackintosh running on a seconds hdd… Sooo i cant put in a password… Because im turning my second hdd into ONLY mac…. It doesnt have windows on it… Please help

  14. Adeel Rizvi:

    i installed OSx86 SnowLeopard 10.6.2 on winxp and before that i have create a partion and didnt format it. after that i install the mac os and after its giving me erorr boot0: error — i did the same u show but nothing happen,,, why ???

  15. cescfabregas213:

    it doesn’t erase hdd.. Try it again thats my only idea!

  16. revlimiter:

    I hope this fdisk command doesn’t delete the hdd. I tried it in order to get past the boot1 error and I have important files on my hdd. Now I get system error at startup. Any ideas?

  17. 1995billy:

    I cannot get in yet i need a usb keyboard now :/ jesus just my bad karma :/

  18. cescfabregas213:

    this is on a mac you know right? just go to utilities in Applications and open terminal.

  19. 1995billy:

    I can not even get to terminal: