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Yosemite on hp compaq dc7600 Pentium D 930 procesor

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hello niresh, I appreciate your work, could help me in one thing, when I try to boot the usb with the yosemite installer, at the moment and select it passes and I do not boot the bootloader, instead I could install mavericks from the cd (iso) and from there he could also select the yosemite installer but when he starts reading the files the computer restarts, you could help me thanks for everything

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7 minutes ago, Niresh said:

@david M  No entiendo tu pregunta

I will explain better, I'm trying to start os x on my pc, what happens is that when you start reading the kext and juto when finished it restarts, I do not get the apple with the load line, can it be a kernel incompatibility? I have previously been able to install mavericks perfectly using the amd64 kernel.thanks

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@david M have you tried the other kernels

 

AMD, Haswell and HP Laptop users may have to use custom kernel in order to make the system boot & work properly
AMD Users : /amd
                      : /amd1
                      : /amd2
                      : /amd64
                      : /amd32 (it is actually a 64 bit kernel)
                      : /amdfx (can also boot non FX Processors)
4th Generation Processors / Haswell Users : /haswell (This also fix the Instant Reboot)

 

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1 minute ago, Niresh said:

@david M  has probado los otros kernels

 


 

I tried all the kernels and nothing, how can I install other kernels?

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@david M If you have tried all other kernels, then you have no choice, you might want to install Mavericks, then create a USB from it.

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On 10/14/2018 at 7:20 AM, Niresh said:

@david M If you have tried all other kernels, then you have no choice, you might want to install Mavericks, then create a USB from it.

with the kernel of mavericks could start yosemite?

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