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Florian Mückl

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Florian Mückl

Hello Guys,

 

i have just tried to install Yosemite 10.10.1 on my Notebook, but after it hast been installed, it hangs when booting the System.

My components are:

Intel Core i3 390m

4GB DDR3
640GB HDD

MD98650 Mainboard

Nvidia Geforce GT540M, Intel HD Graphics

The Notebook Name is Medion Akoya p6630

Thank you for every Help

Hi, I have just tried to install Yosemite 10.10.1 on my notebook , but after it has been installed , it hangs when booting the system .
Hi, I have just tried to install Yosemite 10.10.1 on my notebook , but after it has been installed , it hangs when booting the system .

 

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chad bell_46601

out of interest have you tried -v  -f  -x boot flags

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Florian Mückl

No, it dont works .. 

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moteofsun

Try using PCIRootUID=0 -x. Those commands will boot your mackintosh into safe mode and fix everything. After these commands it will work. 

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chad bell_46601

its by look of pics acpiplatform issue try remake the usb and use -v -f kext-dev-mode=1 if not same again but with -x added 

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chad bell_46601

one last thing i can add is try nv_disble=0 or 1 if not replace acpiplatform.kext with the 10.9.5 kext

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David Maša

one last thing i can add is try nv_disble=0 or 1 if not replace acpiplatform.kext with the 10.9.5 kext

Don't use nv_disble=0

He forgot "I", so the flag is nv_disable=0

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