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Niresh 10.9 USB Installer won't Boot

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I downloaded the OSX-Mavericks.dmg file. I used Win 32 Disk Imager to write it on my 8GB ADATA USB3.0 Flash Drive. Everything went well.
But when I try to boot from it, it just won't. It Booting from the USB, it flashes a black screen quickly then just proceeds to Windows.

I am currently running Windows 8.1. My partition scheme is GPT (because Windows 8.1 automatically switches my partition to GPT when I install it).

I have read a lot about this issue on the web when I search for solution. But I found no solution. can anyone please help me?

My laptop is a Lenovo V470. Core i5 2nd Gen. 4GB RAM. Intel HD3000.

I had iAtkos ML2 installed on my laptop once. So im pretty sure it's Hacintosh compatible.

Thanks in advanced.

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Try it with another flash drive

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is it work...same as me...:(

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I have the same problem. i had previously managed to install IAtkos ML2 on my acer aspire v5-571 but alas neither wifi nor ethernet ever worked so i roamed around the web and came upon niresh, downloaded the USB installer, used win32DiskImager to write to USB changed by bios to boot from it but i just get a black screen for a second and then windows boots i ma using windows 10 preview but that should not affect it.


My specs:

CPU: intel i5-3317U quad core

GPU: built in intel HD 4000



hope you can help

Thx in advance


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