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Said Ahmed

Lenovo G500S Laptop

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Said Ahmed
hii bro.. i need help
i bought new laptop bt i try more dan five 5 times installing mac. it finish successfull bt wen toi start it jump[..or sometime it wil load den it will say hold poweer untill it goes off. am tired.. my laptop is 
 
I had following config, please tell me can i install mac on it with dual boot with windows 8 pro
 
Intel i5 3230m
Ram 8GB
1TB HDD
 
NVidia 2GB 720M GTX Graphics
 
Intel Graphics Supports 4000 Series
 
Process 2.60GHz
 
and all other stuff which a laptop should have.
 
and also provide my info how can i install it with USB tool

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Hackintosh

You Mean its Stuck After Installing

Try to Boot-With -v

and Post a Picture Of it

or Select The Package to Backup All Graphics Extensions Before Installing

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Said Ahmed

it finish installing but wen it reboot it will load then will tell u to hold power off and it wont continue after that. instalation always succeed.

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Said Ahmed

niresh in my bios i have 2 option

my bios i can "only" select "Switchable or UMA Graphic". However, I have read in other forums that this UMA Graphic Intel graphics card is flat and is passed with the current setting is no longer on the Nvidia.
 
AHCI is enabled

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Said Ahmed

I did that. But I always stay on the screen hang (see picture) with the Apple logo and the "Warning" sign. : (

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