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Hello,
I'm new to MAC .
This is my first time to install MAC on my PC or Dell Laptop .
But every time i got the screen with system up time in nanoseconds
or you need to restart your computer !
I tried many version on PC and Laptop , but the same result with this error .

i attached an image to what i get ..
please help me



My Dell


DELL XPS 15z


Intel Core i7-2640M CPU@2.80 GHz


8GB Memory DDR3 1333


intell HD Graphics 3000 (GT2+)





sorry for poor English

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Kernel panic: this is MAC OSX's version of the famous BSOD... you're using a iteration of OSX that's too old for your hardware.

Follow this guide: [Guide] The all-in-one guide to Vanilla OS X Mountain Lion + Chameleon + DSDT for beginners.

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Evroboot kext seems to be part of the issue.

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it is the new error with iAtkos ML2
Still Waiting for root device

i have restored the image in my USB flash 8 GB
Then when i boot from it that's what i get :(

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boot with UseKernelCache=No

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First thanks you

it worked fine with me till finish instillation then reboot
after that when i boot using USB flash
the error in image 1

error dcbtable version_0x10

nvidia rom patching failed


than get the apple logo loading then the error in image 2

but when i boot from cd (i boot 3.3) it give me the error in image 1
then just freeze on apple logo !

even when i try with UseKernelCache=No in both methods

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Again, boot with -v and post screenshots :)

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boot wiht : -f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000

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looks like it freezes here as in image from about 6 min in image SDC10100

boot wiht : -f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000

it stops here in image SDC10101

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Now use the same flags, but with GraphicsEnabler=Yes and post screenshots here, please.

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the problem is your graphics kexts, try remove this., boot with -s


mount /

mkdir kext_backup

cd /System/Library/Extensions

mv ATI* GeForce* NVDA* AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB*/kext_backup

cd /System/Library/Caches

rm -rf *

shutdown -R now


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this image after boot with -f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=Yes npci=0x2000

the problem is your graphics kexts, try remove this., boot with -s


mount /
mkdir kext_backup
cd /System/Library/Extensions
mv ATI* GeForce* NVDA* AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB*/kext_backup
cd /System/Library/Caches
rm -rf *
shutdown -R now


you mean after boot with -s
when get :/ root#
then type what you written ?
if i'm right
i can't type any thing ?!

the problem is your graphics kexts, try remove this., boot with -s


mount /
mkdir kext_backup
cd /System/Library/Extensions
mv ATI* GeForce* NVDA* AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB*/kext_backup
cd /System/Library/Caches
rm -rf *
shutdown -R now


this what i get but i can type nothing

thank you :)
i know you are helping me and i appreciate this :)

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boot only with -s , then type the code, line by line and enter


Edit: if not work your keyboard use a keyboard USB

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boot only with -s , then type the code, line by line and enter


Edit: if not work your keyboard use a keyboard USB


OK, i'll try now
but i want to show you something may help you
when i boot from DVD with i boot 3.3
not the USB flash
i gives me this image at first then goes to black screen and freeze

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yes is the graphics kexts problem, if you can from wind install macdrive and remove all graphics kexts or with -s from MAC OS

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boot only with -s , then type the code, line by line and enter


Edit: if not work your keyboard use a keyboard USB

Sorry i tried this but no letters have written
even with USB keyboard
it freezes at this image
SDC10106.jpg

i can't write this code neither with laptop keyboard or USB

yes is the graphics kexts problem, if you can from wind install macdrive and remove all graphics kexts or with -s from MAC OS


OK i tried now with macdrive from windows but it see nothing when i press access Mac disks and open explore see no mac partition ?!!
another question please ,
is this problem from hardware or from my customization in instillation MAC OS?

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vs, try: -f -s USBBusFix=Yes or you need boot with your USBInstaller and go for Utilities/Terminal app and use the same code

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vs, try: -f -s USBBusFix=Yes or you need boot with your USBInstaller and go for Utilities/Terminal app and use the same code

boot with this -f -s USBBusFix=Yes
still the same problem

and when i boot from USBInstaller it give me this image and freeze even boot with UseKernelCache=No !!

can i write the code in terminal of iAtkos V7 i have a DVD for it might work till terminal ?
or i have to write it in terminal of my USBinsaller ?

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can i write the code in terminal of iAtkos V7 i have a DVD for it might work till terminal ? Yes



or i have to write it in

terminal of my USBinsaller ? Yes




in terminal app first type diskutil list , now mount your Partition Ex: diskutil mount /dev/disk0s2 , then put the code



cd /Volumes/yourdisk
mkdir kext_backup

cd /Volumes/yourdiskname/System/Library/Extensions


mv ATI* GeForce* NVDA* AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB*/kext_backup


cd /System/Library/Caches


rm -rf *


shutdown -R now



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can i write the code in terminal of iAtkos V7 i have a DVD for it might work till terminal ? Yes


or i have to write it in
terminal of my USBinsaller ? Yes



in terminal app first type diskutil list , now mount your Partition Ex: diskutil mount /dev/disk0s2 , then put the code


cd /Volumes/yourdisk
mkdir kext_backup
cd /Volumes/yourdiskname/System/Library/Extensions

mv ATI* GeForce* NVDA* AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelSNB*/kext_backup
cd /System/Library/Caches

rm -rf *

shutdown -R now


OK thanks for help
but last question i hope :)
which one i mount ?
i mount here disk0s5
am i right ?

and
when i write
cd /Volumes/disk0s5

it told me
No such file or directory !

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