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Hello,

 

I'm trying to boot from the niresh mavericks installation but the procedure is stuck at booting from the external hard drive.

 

I have downloaded both dmg and iso files and imaged them to my external drive more than 10 times.

I could actually see the files in the external hard drive except for the niresh logo, is that normal?

 

What do you think is the problem?

 

I have used win32DiskImager.

I have tried two different hdds.

 

What would you recommend?

 

Thank you

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@ use the kernel flag USBBusFix=Yes

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@ use the kernel flag USBBusFix=Yes

where ?

i mean where does that option appear?

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@Niresht it doesnt appear you have to type it before choosing the boot disk

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@Niresht it doesnt appear you have to type it before choosing the boot disk

I'm sorry for not understanding you right a way.

I'll be very happy to get some specific instructions just to get to the installation screen.

 

When I choose from the bios to boot from my external hard drive, I do not have any chance to enter a command.

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@t it doesnt appear you have to type it before choosing the boot disk

 

I'm sorry for not understanding you right a way.

I'll be very happy to get some specific instructions just to get to the installation screen.

 

When I choose from the bios to boot from my external hard drive, I do not have any chance to enter a command.

 

What would you say @ ?

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@ there is a menu in which will you should select the installer partition

at that menu type the command i have given

USBBusFix=Yes -v

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@ there is a menu in which will you should select the installer partition

at that menu type the command i have given

USBBusFix=Yes -v

Yeah, if I have ever got to that menu I would have done that.

It's just that I do not know what menu you are talking about and how to do i get to it.

 

I boot from the usb, and get nothing... just a black screen says after a while that it's not possible to boot from this usb... (something like that).

 

I do thank you @niresh 

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