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Paul_Kapil

Hi

 

I install Yosemite in my Dell N5010 Core I3.

Ram :  6GB

Graphics: INTEL HD GRAPHICS

HDD: 1 TB

 

But after smooth installtion its stucks after boot. I boot with pendrive.otherwise it shows me boot0 error.

 

I am attaching pictures then you can easily understand. (This is the same issue in Mavericks)

 

20141207_181935.jpg

 

 

20141207_183142.jpg

 

I attached installer error log. I donot understand this. I saved it when its 2 min left.

 

please help me.

 

Thanks

Installer Log 12-07-14.txt

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Naganex

what boot-flags you using?

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Paul_Kapil

no boot flags i use. i again install and from customize I select chemeleon UFI option instead of default and I can now use mac. but cannot connect to internet. and I have grpahics problem.

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Naganex

I prefer using boot-flags. So I suggest you must try it too. These are common boot-flags:

 

- Processor Type: /amd or /haswell 

- Graphic card type: NVDIA (GraphicsEnabler=Yes) or ATI (GraphicsEnabler=No)

- Motherboard type: Gigabyte (PCIRootUID=1) or ASUS, INTEL etc (PCIRootUID=0)

- npci type: ATI (npci=0x2000) or NVDIA (npci=0x3000)

- verbose mode: -v

 

 According to your system, I suggest you to use this boot-flags.

 

/haswell GraphicsEnabler=Yes PCIRootUID=0 -v npci=0x3000

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Rafik Bashour

hi

the same problem

my laptop is asus n61 jq

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