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iATKOS l2 Not Booting from USB Flash Drive

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Tasnim Tamim

Hi,

So I am very new and noob on Hackintosh Community.

So i tried to download iATKOS L2 and write to USB using Win32 Disk Imager. So I got Set Up my Phoenix BIOS By Making AHCI CONTROL MODE = Manual And Set USB Boot Priority To The 1st Place. When I Booted My Laptop To USB Nothing happens it just booted to Windows. I Checked Everything And Everything is fine. But It Is Still not working.

 

So If you guys anything please let me know 

 

My Laptop

 

CPU:- Intel Atom Inside N550

RAM:- 2GB DDR2

Graphics:-Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150

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SlowLare

managed to solve?
 

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Hackintosh

We do not support & discuss about iATKOS here

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Li3
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I have got iatkos ml2 to install and boot. To get it to boot first time to get to installer and to get it to boot afterwards run these args,. PCIRootUID=0 npci=0x2000 -v -f, worked for me, to get it to boot after install I just ran -x -v let me get to sign in and then I just reboot and it works fine. Ohh and I installed it onto a Hp Compaq cq58 notebook PC. Running on amd. I just can't get any niresh to boot or hackintosh Sierra, Yosemite, mavericks, even niresh lion I can't get to boot and not have a kernel panic or just won't go past the first the Ethernet driver where it says waiting 5 secs and then nothen 

 

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