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  1. Thanks. I actually fixed my first issue using the bootflag "xpcm-free". However, I have a new problem. When I try to format my partition using Disk Utility, I get this message : "Couldn't modify partition map". I tried to format my partition to FAT, FAT32, HFS+ using GParted but that didn't solve my problem. (I tried the following options : "Verify Disk" and "Repair Disk", but no errors were found)
  2. Hi, I'm getting an error message whenever I try to launch the OS X Installer from my USB key. I am using a Mavericks 10.9 distro (not allowed to say the name apparently, but it starts with N). It says "Errors encountered while starting up the computer. Pausing 5 seconds". Then my computer reboots. After searching on the Internet, I've tried the following boot flags : -v -v -x -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No -v dart=0 -v PCIRootUID=0/1 -v UseKernelCache=No None of them worked. Here are some screenshots. That's what I'm getting when I boot from my Mavericks USB key : http://i.imgur.com/hAjKdiF.jpg And this is what I'm getting when I boot from my Chameleon USB key, then my Mavericks USB key : http://i.imgur.com/n76qoDp.jpg I've created my Mavericks bootable USB using Win32DiskImager and my Chameleon USB stick following a tutorial (from MacB***ker) since I do not have access to a Mac. The worst part is that I actually managed to install Mavericks a few days ago on the same computer ! I uninstalled it in order to do a clean install and now it doesn't work. What should I do ? CPU : i5-4570 Motherboard : ASRock B85 Pro4 GPU : GTX 760
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