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First boot Aplle logo frozze!!!

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I install Niresh 10.8.5 ok, But at first boot it starts loading but aftre few seconds its just froze on apple logo?

Pls help .D post-11148-0-03061400-1390165489_thumb.j

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Boot using -v and post a picture

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Doesnt help pls? :D

 

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Did you booted with -v ? Using -v can tell us where your computer get stuck

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Also you can post your system specs

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Ok im installed Niresch 10.7 and i booted sucssefully and than i restarted my pc and its starts loading adn than shows me this!!!! post-11148-0-79166400-1390253261_thumb.j

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I also tried -v -x -f -s :((

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can you tell us some info of your system ????

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Cpu: Intel I3 2.2Ghz

Graphic Card: Intel HD 3000

Memory (RAM): 4BG

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is this laptop ?? if not then motherboard ??

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Yes it is

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Model no..

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Ok, i have Laptop Fujitsu AH532, it wont to boot after sucssefull instalation??? :D

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I mean it's booted first time, but when i restarted my pc it shows this

post-11148-0-79166400-1390253261_thumb.j

 

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are you able to boot with -s ???try report me ,-s will let you to single user mode that is command line interface 

 

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Yes im able, but still nothing!

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thats incompatibility Kernel Panic Due to Hardware ,try to delete all garphics kexts ATI*NVIDA*INTEL ,

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or od a fresh install This time check you have ticked backup graphicsExtenesion /move Graphics Extensions 

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You mean to fresh install without graphic kexts? :D

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Ok, thanks a lot, I'm installed it, and its work, but I'm not going to shut down pc again :D

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 but I'm not going to shut down pc again  :D

 

gone out of my mind???but congrats :)

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every time i restart my pc same problem ? :D

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if you have shutdown proble use patched AppleintelcpuPowermanagement.kext

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How to choose between Windows and Mac on startup? :D And can i update it to some newer version of Niresh or some else? :D

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if you getting chameleon bootloader press any key to stop countdown 1.deault booting is Mac 2.find system reserved partition for windows 

see screenshot

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No i have boot0: error so im every time boot from dvd (F8)

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Ok, ima instaled 10.8.2 again and same problem suck on apple logo after installation, i selected Graphic enabler, i tried -v, -x not help  :D

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just boot with -v and report me with image or photo of where is stop 

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1386642286_IMG_20131204_111324-picsay.jp THIS  

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Anything? 

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booth with usekernelcache=no -v ge=no and let me see your Chameleoen.plist 

and what boot loader you are using ???is updated to latest one ???

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http://www.tomshw.it/forum/attachments/hackintosh/83769d1382975625-installare-niresh-10-8-2-img_0528.jpg Something like this, tried with  usekernelcache=no -v ge=no , just loading 

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? :D

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Meaby i should remove all other drives except the one, where i want to install Mac, and after installation to plugg them back :D

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I succcessfully installed, everything works, thanks everyone. When i installing i selected GraphicEnabler=No and my graphic kext. And just one more question, is there any possability to update it to Mavericks without USB?  :)  :D

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I succcessfully installed, everything works, thanks everyone. When i installing i selected GraphicEnabler=No and my graphic kext. And just one more question, is there any possability to update it to Mavericks without USB?  :)  :D

https://www.hackintoshzone.com/topic/485-updates-109-mavericks-to-1091-no-issues/

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Why i can't change resolution, i have just 720 x 1280 :/

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Ok, i fixed it, thanks.

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