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I´m getting this error when i'll start the yosemite hackintosh zone

 

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B3typL-IcAAb0Do.jpg

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kKZ4wul_Hw&index=1&list=UUXyT8OskNmmrqVHZ_IZBNnA

 

after this, the pc reboot

 

i used /amdfx npci=0x3000 

and Backup Graphics Extensions package selected

my specs

 

fx6300

m5a78lmxbr

r9 270x 4gb

8gb ram

hd 320 gb

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Same here

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Same error here, smbios.plist not present after install on /Extra folder, i did put one after there with macpro but still reboot after booting, verified amd kernel, and its the correct one there. /s/l/k kernel

 

cpu: amdfx 8350

mobo: sabertooth 990fx

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Same issue

AMD FX8150
MSI 990FXA-GD65
2X R9 270X 2GB
16GB 2400Mhz

 

*Also just doubled checked the MD5 - matches that on the downloads page

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atlast fixed it...yosemite up and running on amd phenom x6 1100T

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atlast fixed it...yosemite up and running on amd phenom x6 1100T

instead of saying fixed it, why not tell how did you do it, so the rest of us can knowq

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instead of saying fixed it, why not tell how did you do it, so the rest of us can knowq

Instead of creating another useless post, why do not search on the forums? https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/5037-reboot-after-trying-to-boot-osx/

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cp -/Volumes/"Image Volume"/amd64 /Volumes/"Mac"/System/Library/Kernels/kernel

 

rm -rf /Volumes/"Mac"/System/Library/Caches

 

kextcache -/Volumes/"Mac"

 

 

Mac is the volume name I used and kernel is amd64..."Mac" is case sensitive...when installation finishes and restart timer starts ...quickly select terminal like u selected disk utility and type the three lines...replacing with ur kernel and volume name...be careful of the spaces.

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atlast fixed it...yosemite up and running on amd phenom x6 1100T

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I had the same problem and fixed it after moving the kernel over from the installer. I also have a 6300 cpu

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