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Hi, when I try to boot in OS, it shows a error : opemu error:no rip yet

Any ideas?

I tried many bootflags such as GraphicsEnabler=Yes cpus=1 -v -x

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system specs ???

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AMD Turion II Dual-Core P540 2400 MHz

2 GB DDR3 RAM

ATI Mobility Readon HD4200

HP Laptop

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idk about your CPU will work or not But try to install 10.6 after if you got everything working then upgrade to 10.8 or 10.9

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I tried just "GraphicsEnabler=No", and it shows up a language selection menu and after that just stucks

Any ideas?

 

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boot with -x  -v

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I get panic when i boot with -v -x http://imgur.com/mwfLv8e

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make sure you have install NullCpuPowermanagement.kext   try fresh install or delete AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext

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I have installed NullCpuPowerManagement.kext , but i can't delete AppleIntelCpuPowerManagement. When I type in terminal "cd Volumes" it says "No such file or directory"

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boot with -s and use these command need write access to the partition, so we start with these commands:

you will be given the possibility to enter your own commands. You need write access to the partition, so we start with these commands:fsck -fymount -uw /Step 3: Go to the directory where you installed the kext.cd /System/Library/Extensions/orcd /Extra/ExtensionsStep 4: Remove the kext you just installed.rm -rf example.kextStep 5: Remove caches.rm -rf /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.cachesStep 6: Clear nvram.nvram -d boot-args shutdown -r now

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You are awesome!!!!After I deleted AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, I've booted with -x -f -v cpus=1, and it worked.Now I boot with cpus=1 -v, and, it works ^^Many Thanks

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welcome and Thank you  :)  :)  :)  :)

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