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[DUAL BOOT] How to dual boot Mavericks and Win7 UEFI

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I have install windows 7 under UEFI bootloader..

 

I have free space for MacOSX Mavericks installation.

 

 

How to dual boot MacOSX and Windows 7 UEFI?

I am not good at bootloaders.. And I wouldn't take the risk to destroy my Win7 partition.

So what is the good way to install MACOSX Mavericks under Win7 UEFI bootloader?

Without losing current windows 7 installation.

 

Thanks!

 

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first use leagacy on every place u used UEFI and dart=0,userkernelchache=0 then try hope it will work.

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this will not harm your windows 7 installation untill you do a wrong step .

first of all need to make sure windows is installed on GPT partition map , just shrink your a partition or you have already created .install mac for post installation use this tool 

https://www.hackintoshzone.com/apple/articles/how-to/intel-hd4000-and-haswell-igpu-r12/

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diskpart "lisk disk" shows that my windows7 partition in on gpt map..

 

can I directly install macosx on the second partition?

 

so which bootloader to load windows 7.. How to modify it?

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clover efi bootloader 

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I thought that clover EFI bootloader is meant for non EFI based PC?
Like they have only Legacy BIOS, EFI can emulate a EFI environment.

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clover is for both legacy and UEFI ,,use my tools https://www.hackintoshzone.com/apple/articles/macpois0n-r68/

select clover legacy installation nothing extra to do .

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that means..
create a partition beside windows 7... and directly select that partition to install mac osx..
and use macpois0n to install clover?

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Yep ,but hey be carefull backup your Data before attempting 

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