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  1. Error while booting installer usb "Still Waiting For Root Device" "host controller was not halted" Hello everyone! Here's a picture: http://imgur.com/aOnKXTz My configuration : -Asus Zenbook UX31E -1.8GHz Intel Core i7-2677M -13.3in glossy LED-backlit 1600 x 900 -4GB DDR3-1333MHz -256GB SSD -Integrated Intel HD 3000 -1 x USB 3.0 -1 x USB 2.0 -802.11b/g/n -Bluetooth 4.0 It stucks here, I kept waiting for 15-20 minutes but it repeats the same errors again and again. I tried using USBBusFix=Yes but it doesn't work. Thanks in advance for your help!
  2. Hi! I'm new on this forum. I want to install Yosemite with USB pendrive. When I try to boot it with "/amd64 GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x3000" I have to boot with "GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x3000" because I had "PCI configuration begin" message. In few seconds there's a crossed circle. I tried to boot it in verbose. The last line is "Still waiting for root device". I tried to fix it by placing GenericUSBXHCI.kext or Niresh's Still Waiting for Root Device Fix, but nothing changed. I have to boot with "GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x3000" because I had "PCI configuration begin" message. My specs: CPU: AMD FX-4300BE GPU: Gigabyte HD 7770 OC MOBO: ASRock N68C-GS FX RAM: 1x4GB DDR3 Ethernet: Realtek RTL8211CL Audio: Roland UA-1EX I hope someone will help me Thanks
  3. Hello everybody so i'm trying to install yosemite zone on my rig : amd fx 6350 asrock n68 gs4 usb3 fx nvidia ge force gtx 570 So i made a bootable usb key through a virtual machine using the yosemite zone dmg file and the restore pkg. I boot on it with the following boot flags: npci=0x3000 USBBusFix=yes -v -x and i get stuck at still waiting for root device can anyone provide me help the only solution i found was the USBBusFix and it didn't work if i launch it without verbose mode the loading start with the apple logo but it stop half way and display a circle slashed (see pictures of the 2 situation) Thanks and sorry if my english is not very good .
  4. Hey! I'm having a problem booting OS X Mavericks, its says "No Root UUID found for boot device" then "Error Loading Drivers". I have AMD A4-3400 with 2GB RAM and No Graphics Card.
  5. DISCLAIMER : The 10.9.2 update has broken a lot of installations of Niresh's Mavericks distro due to a new version of Darwin. The steps described below are a generic solution as discussed on various parts of the forums. This is just a re-organized and structured version of the fix. This may not necessarily work for all OSX installs. So instead of only using the kexts packaged by Niresh, please backup any custom kernels or even better your entire extensions folder. Stuff you need : 1) A 1 GB USB (any size actually) 2) The Niresh Mavericks Installer USB 3) An already working mavericks install (optional) If you are stuck with a non-booting Installation of OSX Mavericks : 1) Head over to Windows and download Transmac. 2) Download the PCI Config Kexts from here. 3) Plug in your 1 GB USB and format it to Mac OSX Extended Journaled by right clicking and selecting "Format Disk for Mac" 4) Make a folder named Extensions in the root directory of the USB in Transmac (+HFS Volumes > Right click on White Space > Make New Folder) 5) Copy the kexts (not the folder, the kexts ! ) you downloaded into the Extensions folder. 6) Rename your 1 GB USB to FIX. (If you can't do this using Transmac, format the USB using the Niresh Installer and rename to FIX. Then proceed with Transmac steps (without formatting of course) You're done for the windows part ! Now boot into the Niresh Mavericks Installer 1) Plug in your 1 GB USB after the Welcome Screen has appeared 2) Go to disk utility and mount your FIX usb (Right Click the USB > Mount) 3) Open Terminal and type the following : ditto -V /Volumes/FIX/Extensions/*there is a single space here*/Volumes/*THE NAME OF YOUR HARD DRIVE*/System/Library/Extensions/ chown -R root:wheel /Volumes/*THE NAME OF YOUR HARD DRIVE*/System/Library/Extensions/ chmod -R 755 /Volumes/*THE NAME OF YOUR HARD DRIVE*/System/Library/Extensions/ 2) Exit out of Terminal and Reboot 3) Your Hackintosh should finally boot into OSX 10.9.2 If you have a Working Mavericks Installation before hand: 1) Just copy the PCI Fix kexts into a USB Formatted using Disk Utility into Mac OSX Extended Journaled and repeat the same steps from step number 6. 2) Additionally backup the Extensions folder and your Kernels to the USB with a different directory name. Cheers
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