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Did the new Yosemite Zone Distro fix the problem with hp laptops?

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Did the new Yosemite Zone Distro fix the problem with hp laptops?
Please Help I need to know if i can download the new version.
Last Distro, on hp laptops chameleon wouldn't load and stays stuck at _/ 

and i need chameleon to use the /hp flag. So is it fixed? 

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if someone with an hp laptop / insyde bios tried it please report back. 

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we tried, still the same.

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i5 430m hp dv6

amd vision phenom 2 quad core hp dv6

both freeze at spinning "/"

cant even get to the point to type /hp or anything

tried a modded bios on the i5 still freezes at spinning "/" tried to boot clover using 6 just gives me a cpu caller error and freezes

if someone could help id be grateful

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I had a hard time for a while, followed the guides and made a usb install using TransMac and the Yosemite-Zone 10.10 files and used the boot codes as follows

"Kernel Cache"=/hp -v -x

Used that on an HP Elitebook 8760W.  Still trying to figure out the dsdt things and the .kext files I need, but it boots and works on the ethernet.  Haven't tested too many things yet as I still have a lot of reading to do.

 

Not sure if you got the part about an empty drive.  You have to pick a partition and format it in windows, then in my computer/manage/storage you have to mark the partition as active.  Don't know what else to say, 

 

A better idea of my hardware is :

HP Elitebook 8760W

Computer:      Hewlett-Packard HP EliteBook 8760w (SP247UP#ABA)
CPU:           Intel Core i7-2860QM (Sandy Bridge-MB SV, D2)
               2500 MHz (25.00x100.0) @ 1995 MHz (20.00x99.8)
Motherboard:   Hewlett-Packard 1630
Chipset:       Intel QM67 (Cougar Point) [B2]
Memory:        12288 MBytes @ 665 MHz, 9.0-9-9-24
               - 4096 MB PC10600 DDR3 SDRAM - SK Hynix HMT351S6BFR8C-H9
               - 4096 MB PC12800 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M471B5273DH0-CK0
               - 4096 MB PC12800 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M471B5273DH0-CK0
Graphics:      AMD FirePro M5950 [HP]
               ATI/AMD Radeon HD 6770M/7670M, 1024 MB GDDR5 SDRAM
Sound:         Intel Cougar Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [B2]
Sound:         ATI/AMD Turks/Whistler/Onega/Lombok/Thames - High Definition Audio Controller
Network:       Intel 82579LM (Lewisville) Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Network:       Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 AGN 2x2 HMC
OS:            Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600

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i have tried that but i dont even get to the point on both hp dv6s to be able to type "Kernel Cache"=/hp -v -x goes to boot off usb you see the spinning / then just freezes before getting anywhere i know the usb is ok cuz it boots in my desktop fine

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i also tried on a asus a55a-sx060s motherboard version k55a it installed great but i have no intel hd4000 graphics and no usb ports any ideas ?

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The Niresh distro works in my Case, hp elitebook 8560p

without type any options in the install

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i have tried that but i dont even get to the point on both hp dv6s to be able to type "Kernel Cache"=/hp -v -x goes to boot off usb you see the spinning / then just freezes before getting anywhere i know the usb is ok cuz it boots in my desktop fine

 

I suggest

 

BIOS RESET

Rewrite pendrive (two times) the same pendrive

install without type /HP. (again, without)

wait until finished. if Stop 2 mins.

 

start it again.....

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I've created a USB drive with Yosemite, and it boots ok in one computer, but in a HP Probook 650 G1, it freezes with the backslash symbol on the left top corner, and I'm not able to input any boot options.

 

I've tried the Unibeast USB drive and the computer reboots silently.

 

Any help please?

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Maybe it has to do with the fact that the HP Probook 650 G1 doesn't have USB 2.0 ports.  All of the four ports are USB 3.0.  In other laptop, all the USB 3.0 ports aren't recognized.

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Did anyone tried the new distro? it says it fixed the problem with insyde

https://www.hackintoshzone.com/files/file/810-niresh-yosemite//

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I'm actually downloading it. I'll report back if it works. Btw does anyone knows the difference between /hp and /hp1 ?

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/hp1 ? where did you saw that?

 

EDIT: saw it, sorry, don' know anything about it. try both

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It worked, now when i install it in the last seconds i get an error: "an error occurred while running scripts from the packages "GraphicsEnabler.kext"" and if i disable GraphicsEnabler i get Audio.kext and if i disable Audio i get Ethernet.kext.

Same problem anyone?

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I've tried the new version 10.10.1.

I need to boot it with the flags /hp or /haswell.   /hp1 doesn't work.

Now it boots, but one minute after selecting the partitition, I get this error message:

 

OS X could not be installed on your computer.

Request failed to initialize.

Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again.

 

 

My computer has Linux installed in other partitions.

I've tried other flags like -x, but the same result.

 

I've created a USB drive with Yosemite, and it boots ok in one computer, but in a HP Probook 650 G1, it freezes with the backslash symbol on the left top corner, and I'm not able to input any boot options.

 

I've tried the Unibeast USB drive and the computer reboots silently.

 

Any help please?

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I've tried in a hard disk with no previous operating system and same result.

 

Maybe I should use some boot flag.

 

I've tried the new version 10.10.1.

I need to boot it with the flags /hp or /haswell.   /hp1 doesn't work.

Now it boots, but one minute after selecting the partitition, I get this error message:

 

OS X could not be installed on your computer.

Request failed to initialize.

Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again.

 

 

My computer has Linux installed in other partitions.

I've tried other flags like -x, but the same result.

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Did you formatted the partition to Extended (Journaled) ?

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Has anyone fixed been able to fix:

 

OS X could not be installed on your computer.

Request failed to initialize.

Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again.

 

i7-4710hq

Nvidia 970m

Instaling Yosemite Zone on a 1TB HDD

 

Boot flags -x -f /haswell PCIRootUID=1

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