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Stops on Apple Logo/ Restarts before installation

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Hi

I have pc:

 

Intel i7 4770k

16 GB RAM DDR3

1TB HARD DRIVE

500GB HARD DRIVE

160GB HARD DRIVE

 

I cant install Mac, somethimes it restarts, before installitions

Sometimes its stops on aPPle logo, can you help me?

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Also i have a new type of bios with mouse

I can browse the bios with my mouse, its the new version of MSI ;).

 

Please help me.

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Lol, Its not a new type of BIOS but called UEFI. And why so much toggling in your sentence?

Anyway, Need a bit more detail to talk.

Its 160 gb SSD, right? What is your Graphic Card?

Better tell your laptops model name if you can't post detail.

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@ Someone forgot to read this post. It's called a UEFI Bios

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I thought I should post in here instead of making a new topic. Hopefully, it can aid both of us in our struggle.

 

I have a MSI GT70 20D-064US. It contains an i7-4900mq, GTX780m, 32Gb of 1600 ram, and I'm installing everything onto a Crucial M500 msata 240GB. After doing some research, I've found it to be compatible. I created the USB stick without a problem, setup the bios like I was supposed to, and I booted through the USB stick and clicked Niresh-Mavericks, but just two seconds after the Apple logo pops up before the installation my computer resets. It seems to be the exact scenario nalsur2013 is having.

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start with -v and tell where it reboots.

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It went through about a page and a half of loading whatever it was doing but it blacked out and reset before it even got to the Apple logo this time.

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-v -x GraphicsEnabler=No (and once try with Yes if No didnt work)

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Same thing happened. It loaded a few things, went black, no apple logo, and reset. This seems a bit baffling as to the root of the problem.

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Sounds like the stubborn kid. kidding ;)

 

Use -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=1

 

 Try combination of YES or No for GraphicsEnabler and 1 or 0 for PCIRootUID.

 

Total attempts 4 times.

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Same as before; no luck. Thanks for the help so far. Is there any other helpful information you could use from me?

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Did you turn off UEFI and made it Legacy BIOS? Plz goto guide section, and follow which matches with your condition closely. Or if your are following any guide then link back here.

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@cheskune boot with GraphcisEnabler=No -x -v xpcm-free  It is case sensitive

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I have desame case like cheskune, logo appears and it restarts.

 

I have Geforce GTX 660

Intel Core I7 4770K CPU 3.50 ghz and overclocked to 4,6 GHZ.

16GB RAM 1600 MHZ

HARD DRIVES ANY TYPE BUT NOT SSD :D

 

The logo appears, and after 1-2 seconds it restarts :(

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@cheskune boot with GraphcisEnabler=No -x -v xpcm-free  It is case sensitive

 

Tried what you recomanded me, and it didnt help :(

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@ Sorry it's GraphicsEnabler=No -x -v xpcm-free 

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@ Sorry it's GraphicsEnabler=No -x -v xpcm-free 

 

I wrote like that, Graphics but didnt work :(

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But my pc has everything perfect, i bought it expensive, it has to work with mac no? :(

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@ Buying expensive stuff has nothing to do with OSX hardware compatability.

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Aham, true :(

So i cand install mac os x on my pc yeah? :(

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