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Boot flags for yosemite Zone

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hasdoh1

Hi guys,  

I was just installing yosemite zone on my laptop and it worked fine through restoring image from transmac and the boot from the flash drive.

when it reaches the yosemite zone menu and I press "Enter" the device waits for a few seconds then reboots on its own. I've tried all the boot flags written on this page (http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/01/list-of-common-hackintosh-boot-flags_29.html) one by one but they don't seem to work

And I used this installation guide to setup the new system (http://www.macbreaker.com/2014/11/how-to-install-os-x-yosemite-on-your-pc-with-yosemite-zone.html)

my laptop is Toshiba c50-a490

processor: Intel core i5 4200M @ 2.50 GHz

Graphics card : Nividia Geforce 710M

                         & Intel HD Graphics 4600

Ram : 8GB

Please Help .... Please Help .... Please Help 

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darksun1988

what boot flags you use?

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hasdoh1

-v

-x

-F

-f

UseKernelCache=Yes

PCIRootUID=1

GraphicsEnabler=No

IGPEnabler=Yes

darkwake=0

npci=0x2000

npci=0x3000

dart=0

cpus=1

busratio=20

arch=i386

arch=x86_64

-legacy

-force64

-nossse3bit

 

and when I used "arch=i386" it went back to yosemite zone menu instead of rebooting on its own with every other boot flag

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darksun1988

npci=0x2000 or npci=0x3000

 

tries

-v

-x

GraphicsEnabler=no

npci=0x2000

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hasdoh1

tried it, didn't work

this is getting frustrating

please help

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phireak

Boot with

/haswell -v

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hasdoh1

@phireak Thank you so so much, worked like a charm

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oscar.ristolfi

hallo, i make a question stupid , where you put the flags  in bootloader ?

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