Currently Being ModeratedNov 9, 2013 11:52 AM (in response to TeamDelperdang)
i had the same problem and after searching for hours, i found a solution, which doesn't need to format the partitions.
follow these two links:
the first link is not that important, it gives clues for why it may work. it also gives some other ideas. but the second link is the jewel. from the beginning, follow till the end of the three points of step two. you dont need to go further.
i followed till the end of step two and then started installing mavericks again. works like a charm!
TIP: be very carefule with the names of the partitions.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 22, 2014 11:06 AM (in response to TeamDelperdang)
My computer was doing the same thing, I took it to the apple store (after I backed it up), and they were able to add recovery & upgrade to 10.8 from which I can download mavericks and upgrade to current system. However, my computer is from 2007 and I am wary about upgrading to most recent software, 10.8 works plenty well for me! (for now...)
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