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goobyjr9

Hp dv6-7000

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Booting into verbose leaves be at what the attached image shows

Using cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No or just graphicsenabler=no goes to the apple logo then tells me to reboot

PCIRootUID=0/1 tells me an error with my Nvidia graphics(630m)

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Didn't seem to get me much further. Thanks though

the line that I used to install was: cpus=1 GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=0 -f -v. Note no safe mode, when i used safe moe it was getting stuck. The thing that I now am getting stuck at is AppleBluetoothHCIControllerUSBTransport during the first boot.

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@montag I just tried the kext to help sort the HDD not found problem but it didn't work for me. I got some line that it couldn't load some kexts and then waiting for root device. I'll try again in a couple of days with a fresh U{censored}. Did you repair the flash drive?

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@montag I just tried the kext to help sort the HDD not found problem but it didn't work for me. I got some line that it couldn't load some kexts and then waiting for root device. I'll try again in a couple of days with a fresh U{censored}. Did you repair the flash drive?

I don't remember exactly what I did, but it was pretty simple. I just used the kext utility, pointing it to the modified version I downloaded in the package and then when I booted from the USB it found my hard drive, just like that.

If anyone knows how to get any further, let me know. I am assuming I need to do some DSDT work or some kext swapping before it will boot correctly. If I could get this running in six months and was able to sell or trade off my Probook, that would be simply incredible.

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