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Hello, my names i lucas.. I have this problem with my older customized desktop pc. Ivé installed Hazzard 10.6.2 intel/amd on my pc.(Succesful) But after restart it just hangs up at boot screen(Apple logo. No spinning). Or if i just -v -f or GraphicsEnabler=No -v -f i goes into black screen... I dont know what to do? Someone help me.

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Sorry for my poor English.. :)

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Spec:

3.40 Ghz

320 Gb harddisk.

Intel Pentium D.

2,00 GB ram.

64 Bit.

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I dont know more because i dont have windows on it more.. (Cpuz)

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I've had similar situation and I solved it forcing graphics mode that can be valid for my monitor.

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I've used 1280x1024@32 resolution, I have a 4:3 monitor (Samsung 732nPlus)

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put this command on terminal to solve:

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GraphicsMode=1280x720@32 GraphicsEnabler=Yes ...if you have a 16:9 monitor or GraphicsMode=1280x1024@32 GraphicsEnabler=Yes ...if you have a 4:3 monitor like mine

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"Graphics Mode"= this parameter tells the hackintosh to use stated graphics resolution and color depth, the pattern to use is: WidthxHeightxDepth@RefreshRate

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also can you try using this commands:

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-x -v cpus=1 npci=0x3000

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Good Luck

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I've had similar situation and I solved it forcing graphics mode that can be valid for my monitor.
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I've used 1280x1024@32 resolution, I have a 4:3 monitor (Samsung 732nPlus)
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put this command on terminal to solve:
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GraphicsMode=1280x720@32 GraphicsEnabler=Yes ...if you have a 16:9 monitor or GraphicsMode=1280x1024@32 GraphicsEnabler=Yes ...if you have a 4:3 monitor like mine
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"Graphics Mode"= this parameter tells the hackintosh to use stated graphics resolution and color depth, the pattern to use is: WidthxHeightxDepth@RefreshRate
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also can you try using this commands:
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-x -v cpus=1 npci=0x3000
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Good Luck
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I better try this one out.

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