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HP Yosemite Help!



i installed yosemite on my laptop ( hp g6, intel i5 3210m,hd 4000+7670m, screen resolution 1600x900)

i downloaded dmg file from torrent and i used TrasMac to put it on USB and installed it with boot flag /hp

i tried to install bootloader chameleon but i got everytime boot0:error..and i cant fix it after whatching on internet how to do it

also i cant configure my intel hd 4000, I installed some kexts and put IntelCapriFB=4 in my chameleon wizard but i only got good resolution and i must put GraphicsEnbaler=No to boot in 14365271_10207331620865604_543252980_n.jpgOS

can anyone help me? 

i dont have any mac pc to use U{censored} and MB{censored}..

pls help i will pay to you  if anyone can do something 

(sorry for bad english)





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Well those screen shots say you have it working, so you can create yourself a real Yosemite installer now. For Yosemite and above I recommend you use Clover - It's more complex than Chameleon at first but it is more efficient in the long run. If you have an Apple ID then use it. I can't really tell you how from this point because you have taken an illegitimate route to get where you are. The OS you need to get started is only £20 and you can use simple boot loaders to get it working.


My other recommendation is to approach the supplier/creator of the DMG you used and ask for further assistance from there.


Good luck and sorry I can't help you further.




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