For core i5 430 you may need to boot usb stick with
-v npci=0x2000 busratio=17
perhaps another bus ratio like busratio=18
but I do not know if ATI Radeon 4300 works.
I only use nvidia cards.
and please post your system specs. like chipset, audio and network controller etc.
Is it a laptop ?
IATKOS L2 10.7.5 Lenovo G560 i3-350m nVidia GT218 [GeForce 310m]
Intel 5 Series/3400 Chipset, 82801 PCI Bridge, LAN: RTL80101E, Wlan: Broadcom BCM43225
PCs IAtkos L2 & IAtkos ML 2 10.8.2
10.7.5 & 10.8.2 GA-P67X-UD3-B3 i7-2600 or i5-2400 GTX 650 Ti or GT 9600
10.8.2 GA-H77-D3H and GA-Z77X-D3H also ASUS P8Z77-M GTX650, GTX 650ti, GTX660
(GTX660 has same Cinebech as GTX650ti - do not waste money)
Smilee is correct. Choosing -v npci=0x2000 busratio=17, although I would try npci=0x3000.
Which OS are you trying to install and which media are you going to use for your install, DVD or USB. Are you going to use an different HDD for your install or one with Windows on it already.
I installed windows 8 in my laptop .
and i burn iAtkos L2 in a usb with trancMac , and boot from usb , and it's work
the problem is i don't know what i choose in customize before select the partitions .
and this is pictures from everest :
PCI Video :
PCI Network :
And thanks tor help
Phenomeno.. which media are you using to install Lion. USB or DVD. It looks like DVD. DVD installs can cause strange problems. It looks like, from the pic you posted, its stopped reading from the DVD drive or that the DVD itself has some sort of scratch/defect and therefore is no longer reading from it. I personally do not recommend trying to install OSX from a DVD and only advise using USB flash drives for installs.
Last edited by hulkintosh; 13th August 2012 at 05:39.
phenomeno (13th August 2012)
yes i used DVD,i'll try agian with usb,ithinked cause is kext on installion
After you choose customize you should choose the following, according to your pics:
Network: Realtek 8139/810. There should be a choice inside the network drop down list for 81xx or it may just list the 8139 driver by itself. Make sure you check just one!!! Not the entire category. Choosing the entire category will almost surely make the network hardware NOT work. If it does not work try this driver. Sorry but wireless is one of the biggest problems of laptop Hackintosh builds. I have never really tried to get wireless to work. but here is a forum that may help. I did not read the entire thing though.
Audio: This is another sticking point. Using this tool I was able to install ,using this path: Drivers, Kext, Audio, Universal, Voodoo HDA 0.2.1. This driver worked for a HP DV5 series laptop. You will have to register on their site to use it but it is a very good tool for installing kexts. Your pic shows you have the Realtek ALC269 audio hardware. If there is anything close to that in the customize menu choose it.
JUST USE IT TO INSTALL KEXTS AND NOT ITS EASY-B TOOL, THIS WILL ALMOST ALWAYS BRICK YOUR INSTALL!!!!
Video. Obviously you have a ATI 4300 Video card. The customize menu should have an ATI choice something close to it. Always choose the closest driver to what you have. I was using an ATI 2400 video card once and the closest there was to it was an 4600 driver. I choose the 4600 driver and it worked fine. If it does not work use the tool I linked to above to install a driver from it. As always make 1 choice from each category at a time. If it does not work, you usually have to reboot to see if it worked or did not work, try another one. Some of the drivers will only take effect after a reboot.
MAKE SURE YOU BACK UP YOUR SYSTEM BEFORE MAKING ANY CHANGES WITH TIME MACHINE, CARBON COPY CLONER OR SOME BACKUP SOFTWARE...SOMETHING IS BETTER THAN NOTHING.
Last edited by hulkintosh; 13th August 2012 at 22:56.
Proo (15th August 2012)
Ok Phenomeno we are headed in the right direction!! Here is a site with a list of boot flags and explanations as to what each one means.
When at the iAtkos screen where is shows you the 4 partitions/drives just type -v. This is verbose mode. It will show you where the installation stops/errors out. Post a pic of where it stops and the forum can assist you further.