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Niresh Yosemite Loader stops half way

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danielcachucho97

Hello, I hope someone can help me please.

 

I am trying to install the Niresh yosemite distro on my custom build and it loads to the loader, where it has hackintosh zone loader, and it gets to half way and stops.

I've used the /haswell command but it didnt help.

 

My build is:

 

Gigabyte Z97-SOC FORCE motherboard

Intel G3258 HASWELL CPU @3.6GHz

GIGABYTE AMD 3GB GDDR5 R9 280 GFX CARD

AND 8GB CRUCIAL BALLISTIX

 

I am trying to install via USB

 

Please help!!

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bharatkhanna29

Try using boot flags -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1

I would prefer to install mavericks rather than yosemite because it has lot of issues with haswell processor

Are you getting Debugger not conigured Hanging message

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danielcachucho97

Ok, I will give it a shot when I get home as I'm at work now

Thanks a lot

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danielcachucho97

Ok, I am going to try all the suggestions now.

 

Thanks

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danielcachucho97

I tried the recommended flags but they didnt work.

I will try mavericks now.

It isn't the first hackintosh I'm building but the other ones I built didn't have an AMD graphics card installed.

 

Should I use any flags for Mavericks?

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danielcachucho97

Mavericks sticks on the spinning wheel on Niresh boot?

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