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I have installed niresh os 10.8.2 according to steps but after installation & reboot it stuck at apple boot logo.I tried various boot flags but no help.my config:Intel i3 2100t & 2gb ddr3 ram without GPU.onboard graphics memory is 512mb.helppppppp!!!!!!!

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First Boot With -v Option and Check for The Error Messages

or Try With -x -v it can resolve graphics issue

when installing dont forgot to select SMBIOS of MacBook Pro and GraphicsEnabler

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Thanks for reply.by using -v boot flag it stuck at "Read write. Mount in windows"....no help from -x-v.

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First Boot With -v Option and Check for The Error Messages

or Try With -x -v it can resolve graphics issue

when installing dont forgot to select SMBIOS of MacBook Pro and GraphicsEnabler

I too had the same error but with a skip symbol on apple logoMy PC is "dell precisionT3400"

how(where) to select  the SMBIOS of macbook pro & GraphicsEnabler

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During installation on customize menu

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I too had the same error but with a skip symbol on apple logoMy PC is "dell precisionT3400"

how(where) to select  the SMBIOS of macbook pro & GraphicsEnabler

when you installing make sure you checked that boxes have smbios...when boot type GraphicsEnabler= Yes /No

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During installation on customize menu

why not you're uploading a image or Snap ,Photo, of your errors...

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It sticks here after installation finish and restart.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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Guy When installing  please    pick  your graphics card if it there and then  move the   other  to temp you must do this when you custermize   install   or you end up with kernal panic    simple and   once you do this you may not need a boot flag to boot

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how many hard drives you have in your computer? and do you have windows in same hard drive as os x ?

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also i had same problem when i was installing os x a long time ago .what i did was remove all other drives except the one

that i was installing os x .after i successfully install os x and install all kexts i restarted the system again to make sure

os x restarted and loaded without errors.

after that i plug back the others hard drives witch i had windows 7 and everything work perfect.both systems

loaded without errors using chameleon boot loader

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same problem stuck with apple logo screen after installation process.. i have windows7 os already in my lap.. whether it affects to make such issues or whats my problem?

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I have the same problem too anyone got help?

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No i din got... waiting for best advice :)

 

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Did you had windows 7 already install and then you resize the drive and install os x ?

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yes i resized and installed os x 

 

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Images for your reference..

 

starts..

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Apple logo Stuck here while booting normally 

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i also tried -v GraphicsEnabler=no -f -x no use in it

 

photo copy of -v attached here

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Thanks in Advance :)

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images are not woring upload it to our site..

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i the last picture stuck at the Bluetooth or at appleintelcpupowermanagement ? I cant really see is cut in have when i open it in my mobile

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