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Hi guys, i installed Mac OsX 10.9 (mavericks) N-i-r-e-s-h on AMD PC: CPU: AMD FX 4300 Quad Core GPU: AMD RADEON 6670 MB : 970A-UD3 REV. 1.2 The installation was perfect, Ethernet, audio and gpu are working fine, but, when i restart have 2 problems: 1. I can't boot without usb (Boot0 Error) 2. I try to Reinstall Mac OsX Maverick but i can't because have another problem: System uptime in nanoseconds Sorry for my bad english
Hey guys, I previously installed Snow Leopard onto my laptop (Acer Aspire 5742 - Specs Below), but I decided to upgrade to Lion by doing a fresh installation of iATKOS L2. I downloaded to dmg, burnt it to a disk, and I managed to run a clean install on a partition on my drive. (I chose no customisation options - I would like to make sure I can run it first before playing around with it!) To choose boot options when my laptop turns on I use EasyBCD, which when I choose Mac OSX, it takes me to Chameleon. When I try to boot into Lion, using either Chameleon or the iAtkos disk, it always gets stuck at the apple boot screen with the apple logo and the spinning activity indicator. Any ideas? :/ Help is really appreciated! Acer Aspire 5742 Specs: HDD : 320GB Graphics : Intel HD Graphics CPU : Intel Core i3-370M RAM : 8GB DDR3 Screen Size : 15.6" (1366x768) WIFI : Atheros AR5B97 (Any other specs needed just ask) I have given Lion 25GB of space. I also have ubuntu and windows on the same harddive. Bootflags I have used so far: -v, -x, busratio=17, cpus=1, -f, maxmem=4096 Usually I have to use: busratio=17 cpus=1 maxmem=4096 to get to the boot screen. //UPDATE// I read a few other tutorials on pretty much the same specs, minus the graphics (they used nVidia, Whereas I use Intel HD). I copied their setup for installation, and now when I boot lion through the installation DVD (using bootflags busratio=17 cpus=1 maxmem=4096), I get stuck at the same point, however it does load music in the background, indicating that I think it is my graphics that are causing the problem. For installation I used (in the customise section on installation): - Original Apple Logo - AHCI SATA - CPU - VoodooHDA 2.1 - PS/2 - Laptop Battery - Atheros AR9287 ///UPDATE/// I managed to fix the Booting error I was having post install of iAtkos L2, here's what I did to save you scanning through the whole post!: The code I used is below: boot -s At the prompt "root:" Type: mount -uw / cd /System/Library/Extensions mkdir IntelBack mv AppleIntelHD* IntelBack/ mv AppleIntelSNB* IntelBack/ reboot That fixed it for me! Posting this right now from lion As for the VoodooHDA, I had problems using 2.7.3, so in the customise section in iAtkos l2 Installation, I chose version 2.1
Hello, I am trying for days to boot into Mountain Lion, I probably reinstalled it god know how many times with different things... but it's the same every time... Right now, when I try to boot it hangs and says that I need to restart. When I booted verbosely, I saw that it hangs here. I installed using this guide. My Bootloader is Chameleon-2.1svn-r2030 I am trying to install on Acer Aspire 5738G with the following specs: 4GB RAM DDR3 | 500GB HDD Space Intel Core2Duo T6600 @ 2x2.20GHz nVidia GeForce G105M 512MB with CUDA (works fine with NVEnabler) Atheros AR9280 (WLAN, OOB) I tried a lot of different boot flags, like '-v', '-f', '-F', '-npci=0x2000', 'PCIRootUID=0/1', etc, but nothing worked. And yes, I tried safe boot, it boots (sometime boots, sometimes it doesn't - go figure...) but it doesn't fix anything. Tried with different NullCPUPowerManagement and FakeSMC kexts, also tried fresh install and recreated my usb installation with the Extras folder of my working Lion, but that didn't worked too... Mountain Lion is apperantly a stubborn cat... so, can somebody help me tame it? Do you have any suggestions on what could it be, do you need to know anything else for my system? Just ask! Just for info: My previous working SL and L were all distros, not vanilla installs like this one, I just wanted to point that out :-) Thanks in advance!