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Black screen during chameleon boot from USB

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Tried to boot with chameleon from USB flash drive with 10.8.5 original image, but faced the black screen - it turns off during boot.

Tried to use -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No, npsi=0x2000

-v -x

- The same (black screen turn off) result.

Could anybody please advise?

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MB: Asus P5B Deluxe

Video: 8800GTS 512

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P. S.

After a several minutes the PC turns into hybernate (sllep mode) - power led is blinking and coolers are turned off

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hi there .try npci=0x3000 graphicsenabler=no -v?

download applesmc.kext (older like 10.8.1>2)

Have tried npci=0x3000 graphicsenabler=no -v - no luck

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And what about this applesmc.kext? - Is it necessary for my 10.8.5 ? And could you please advise how to add it to USB flash drive image (10.8.5 + chameleon created with U{censored})?

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Well you got to DSMOS Has Arrived, which means you're almost there!

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Try just:

GraphicsEnabler=No -x -v

Or:

GraphicsEnabler=Yes -v

If those both don't work, you might need to boot with VESA: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/278692-i-am-getting-stuck-at-waiting-for-dsmos-or-dsmos-has-arrived/

So and what should I do after exit? - Reboot and try to load with -v? - Have tried but faced the screen turn off again - no change

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