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Mavericks on MBR partitioned disk

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Hello everybody!

 

I have a question: as in my signature, I have OSX 10.8.5. Just for test, I tried to upgrade from Apple Store to Mavericks 10.9.

Download works, but when I try to install it I get a message like "You can't install Mavericks on a disk that is not a GPT disk".

 

My main board does not support EFI, so my question is:

 

Can I install NIresh OSX 10.9 onto an MBR partitioned disk?

 

Thanks to everybody

 

 

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Two opposite replies, I'm a little confused :)

 

There's an only solution: try! ;)

 

I'll wait the ISO image, because 3-4 times I've downloaded the DMG one and I always obtained a corrupted file :(

 

However, thanks for your replies!

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Two opposite replies, I'm a little confused :)

 

There's an only solution: try! ;)

 

I'll wait the ISO image, because 3-4 times I've downloaded the DMG one and I always obtained a corrupted file :(

 

However, thanks for your replies!

Sorry for that. If you use Mavericks from the store, i don't think you can, at least that what it says the apple website. And it seem that Niresh distro works.

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You Have Downloaded Mavericks from Appstore Its Not Modified and Does Not Support MBR

You Can Install My Distro 10.9

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hey. we havent got the answer for the first post.. should we partition the harddrive in GUID partition table or MBR while using Niresh's modified distro

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