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Stuck on Apple Logo (Bluetooth?)

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Im currently stuck on the apple logo. When I boot with a -v flag I get to the following:

 

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Any help getting past this would be great!

 

GA-Z87N-WIFI Motherboard

Intel Core 15 4670K 3.40Ghz 6m Haswell CPU

NVIDIA geFOrce GTX 76
8Gb Ram

 

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@Mikebyrne000 Does it restart ? I had the same messeage with Bluetooth and my PC restarted.

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No, it just hangs there. I left it for about an hour

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Did you solve the problem?

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Use -v -x flag at boot.

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No joy with that either.

 

What I did do was pull the graphics card out and booted with -v -x and installed Multibeast.

 

Now when I boot im getting a Boot0 error

 

How do I solve this??

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Boot using USB (but select HDD osx to boot on menu)

 

Install Chameleon wizard and install chameleon bootloader.

 

Or in multibeast there is an option to install chimera.

 

Just be sure that in any case, boot loader is installed on the drive your osx is.

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I installed Chimera via Multibeast on the SSD drive

 

However, when I reboot without the usb inserted I get the following:

 

boot0: GPT

boot0: GPT

boot0: error

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It didnt install chimera clean. Install through chameleon wizard. Just to be sure, Your SSD is hosting osx, right?

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Yeah my SSD is the only other drive installed

 

The only way I can get the system to boot with the graphics card installed is by running -v -x

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Start with -v UseKernelCache=No PCIRootUID=1

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Start with -v UseKernelCache=No PCIRootUID=1

 

No joy with that

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This is the screenshot

 

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I am not able to see your pic (its too small) however try -v -f PCIRootUID=0

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Same error:

 

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Its graphic problem no doubt. Remove graphic card and boot -v GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID1/0

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Hi Aman,

 

With the card taking out and using thoses flags the system boots

 

How do I go about installing the correct kext for my card??

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I can boot with the card in with a -x flag and get the following:

 

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I didnt get, I advised you to boot without graphic card and you say it boot. But Why did you put back your graphic card?

 

I had a long post if you just could be clear in posting :(

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