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[N{censored}'s Mavericks] Freeze on first loading after install

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Hey there, I just installed N{censored}'s Mavericks and everything went extremely well !


To install, I used the boot flags



amd -v

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and it went smooth as butter


Then, I booted on my SSD, which I had installed Mavericks on it and used the boot flags


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PCIRootUID=1 GraphicsEnabler=No -x


I used these bootflags because I would get a "Memory allocation error". I found these bootflags on a forum, and it went well for me.


But now, I have encountered a little problem. While loading on OSX for the first time, the loading freezes here :


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http://i.imgur.com/yMfRC3f.jpg?[1]


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A second before freezing, there is a little with flash, then it freezes


While booting in verbose mode, I noticed that I get stuck at


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flow_divert_kctl_disconnect (0): disconnecting group 1

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And whenever I try booting with


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PCIRootUID=1 GraphicsEnabler=
Yes
?-x -v

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I encounter the following error :


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"
Memory allocation error! Addr : 0xdeadbeef , Size: 0x0, File : ati.c, Line : 1772"

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SPECS :


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AMD FX-8150 OC'd @4.0GHz


Asus Sabertooth 990FX


Radeon 7950 3Gb


3x4Gb 1600MHz


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There is a problem with your graphics card. Try installing the latest Mavericks version and the latest bootloader from Chameleon. Also, next time post these on hackintosh -zone . com which is the official N*censor* website.

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