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Matthieu Lmr

OS Maverick on a Asus N56 No reboot

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Hello,

 

I installed Mac on my Asus N56 without any problems. But when i reboot i see the apple logo and loading spin but after i have a black screen and i can ear the sound of voice over.

 

Someone of you did already have this problem ?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Matthieu

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@ It is a graphics card issue. Please tell us the model no. of your Graphics card ?

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Intel(Rà HD Graphics 4000 and NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M. There is two cards in my computer.

 

Thanks a lot for your reactivity.

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Boot with -v -f flag (how to enter boot flags plz check google)

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I still have the same issue.

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@ boot with IGPEnabler=No GraphicsEnabler=No -x -v

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Hi could u help me? I manage to install mavericks on my asus laptop N56VZ but now I have a problem is that every time I have to key in IGPEnabler=No GraphicsEnabler=No -x if I key in without the -x it will just simply show the apple logo with the loading but nothing happens. Is it also possible to do some settings to make it permanent? so that I don't have to key it every time thanks a lot :)

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Are you getting full graphics acceleration ? Booting with -x does not result in a working hackintosh. Other flags can be added to Chameleon / Clovers boot.plist / config.plist to automatically enable those flags at boot.

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I am not sure if I am getting full graphics acceleration. How do I check? Also I am not sure how to add the boot flags. I can't even find the file. Sorry I am very newbie to this

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Hmm but you just Hi-Jacked others thread. You should make your own thread.

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Ok sorry about that

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