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Mountain lion Freeze

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@ Mavericks was of no hope. so installed Mountain lion. 

Installed sucessfully but after logging in, it randomly freezes.

can u help me with this one???

Thanks in advance!

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@navee28 Boot With -v and Post a Picture when it freeze

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@ any solutions?

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That's a kernel panic, re-installing with a different kernel would be my best guess.

 

And, I successfully installed Mavericks on my Dell optiplex 330, the USB version worked for me. What trouble did you have with it?

 

(EDIT):

Although, when I look at it, it looks like your configuration is incorrect. did you take the steps to configure your bios/bootloader?

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@john kieran 

With the bios in my laptop, all i was able to do was change to AHCI! nothing else was available :(

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@navee28

What is your laptop make and model, there is a chance that ACHI is all you will need. Now, which distro did you try: if you tried one that is incompatible with your laptop, we may be able to point you in the right direction.

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My laptop is Acer 5920

Intel core 2 duuo T5750 @2.00 Ghz processor

2gb ram

Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset 

120Gb Sata hdd

 Can u get me a tutorial? 

Distro? i Dont know! all i did was downloaded Niresh Mountain lion, wrote it onto a cd and installed it! @john kieran

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@navee28

Your processor meets the minimum (dang near bottom line) requirements for this distro, however, Niresh's ML is not as good as his Mavericks. If you are stuck on Mountain Lion, I would go with Iatkos ML2. That being said, you could also try (Hackintosh Mavericks). The USB version of Mavericks is actually a more stable distro. If you need any more help, i'll make a tutorial for you.

 

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If I make a tutorial, can I link it from YouTube to this post?

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@john kieran

 I tried installing Nires's mavericks! wont even go to installation! freezes at apple logo! Even @ Couldnt help me! :(

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@navee28

Did you use the ISO version or the USB version, there is a difference.

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I downloaded the dmg file and wrote it onto a usb using transmac! idk which version it is! iso?@john kieran

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I downloaded the dmg file and wrote it onto a usb using transmac! idk which version it is! iso?@john kieran

@navee28 If you wrote the ISO version onto a USB, it would not boot.

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@john kieranOH. then its the usb version! it booted and comes till apple logo. then freezes! i ll link u to the post i made earlier regarding that!

https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/2649-stuck-at-apple-logo/#entry12165

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@navee28

If you use the ISO version with a USB then it would still get to the apple logo, it just uses a different driver set. I would try installing this-

-https://www.hackintoshzone.com/files/file/75-niresh-mavericks/

 

In the mean time, I would use Ubuntu as a secondary OS, it's good for the in-between stages from Windows to Mac OS X.

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