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Help! Niresh's Yosemite stuck at Mackintosh Zone boot logo

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I am new to hackintoshing so please make the answer noobish  :P  ;)

 

I am trying to put OS X Yosemite on my

 

Toshiba Satellite C55D-B5310

My processor is a AMD a8.

 

I am using the /amd64 flag at the chameleon boot loader, and it manages to get to the red Hackintosh Zone logo, but the progress bar does not fill at least a little. I have tried several other methods of putting Mac OS X on my pc, and a lot of them have had trouble with freezing during initialization. 

 

Here is the link to the tutorial I am using: 

 

https://www.hackintosh.computer/42/yosemite-zone-guide/

 

Thanks  :)

 

--EDIT--

 

I tried booting it with /amd64 -v to get the diagnostic messages and here's the point where it froze:

 

[ PCI configuration begin ]

 

Then my USB light went completely off and there's no response. 

 

Thanks again ;)

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Kirbyamdx64 How Did Fix It I Have The Same Issue, Ive Almost Everything  "("That Being like 2 things cus i don't know what the hell i'm doing")" Anyway What Did You Do ?

 

 -  Thanks! 

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Try this 

</LGA 2011: -v cpus=1 npci=0×2000 -v cpus=2 npci=0×2000>

It's work on my amd athlon x2 64

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On 10/4/2015 at 11:24 PM, kirbyamdx64 said:

I tried booting it with /amd64 -v to get the diagnostic messages and here's the point where it froze:

where you write the option flag /amd64 ?

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