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  1. Very easy to use, the guide is very clear. After a backup I'll try this out on my AMD system. Thank you! Edit: Following the tutorial to use custom kernels... The installer just stopped working after hanging a while at doing something with Packages... So this doesn't work, at for a AMD system.
  2. Hello Hackintosh Zone, Yesterday I prepped a USB stick (SanDisk Ultra Fit 32GB USB3.0) for my AMD system. My build specs are these: - AMD FX-8350 Black Edition - Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 (Also, AI Tweaker/Overclock settings are resetted to stock too.) - MSI GeForce GTX 760 2GB Gaming (N760 TF 2GD5/OC) - Crucial Ballistix Tactical BLT2C8G3D1608ET3LX0CEU (2x 8GB) Besides a USB mouse, and a PS2 keyboard, I've connected an Samsung 840 Pro SSD (internal via SATA), on which I want to install OSX. After switching several options in the UEFI, to make it compatible, I tried booting the USB stick. After it boots, I tried to start the Yosemite partition, with this flag: ": /amdfx", but this resulted in a Instant Reboot. Which should be a Haswell thing? Besides ": /amdfx" I tried things like "-x", "NPCI=0x3000", "GraphicsEnabler=Yes", "cpus=1", "maxmem=4096", and variations, combinations of them. I also tried to load a different Kernel from a storage device, "mach_10.10_all_amd_rc7" from Bronya. It seems a UEFI setting, the "Execute Disable Bit", could be causing the Instant Reboot. But I cannot seem to find it anywhere in my UEFI settings, is it an Intel thing? Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! Cheers, Arndroid

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