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You will need the Install OS X 10.9 Developer Preview.app or the InstallESD.dmg from it to create the USB installer. You can download the OS X 10.9 myHack USB Installer Beta here and follow the guide there as well. To donate to the myHack project you can do so here.

Please report any bugs with the install process and USB creation process. Do not post about post install issues such as Audio or USB 3.0 not working for example.

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Does the MBR patching support 10.9?



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Does the MBR patching support 10.9?

 

 

no :/



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Thou art not a mathematician

 

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It seems to take quit a while to get in to the installer part and when it does get to that point I have both my monitors just lose signal (which happens only when GraphicsEnabler is off, but I've ensured it was on). :| Edit: Guess my dsdt file didn't copy over when I tried moving it. Now I get a spinning beach ball.

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It seems to take quit a while to get in to the installer part and when it does get to that point I have both my monitors just lose signal (which happens only when GraphicsEnabler is off, but I've ensured it was on). :| Edit: Guess my dsdt file didn't copy over when I tried moving it. Now I get a spinning beach ball.

 

Try using only one screen for install. 



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It seems to take quit a while to get in to the installer part and when it does get to that point I have both my monitors just lose signal (which happens only when GraphicsEnabler is off, but I've ensured it was on). :| Edit: Guess my dsdt file didn't copy over when I tried moving it. Now I get a spinning beach ball.


 
Try using only one screen for install. 


I could see that potentially resolving the monitor issue but not the spinning beach ball issue :(

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about the mbr patch, install in a pendrive and restore to a partition later. very simple and worked flawless here.



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Thou art not a mathematician

 

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Same here 

 

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Do not know if it continue to work or not ... but its at 497MB since long...



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Same here 

 

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Do not know if it continue to work or not ... but its at 497MB since long...

Please wait it. It will take you about 15 minutes.



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Please wait it. It will take you about 15 minutes.

Confirmed, thanks :)



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good here.

 

install a running.



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confirmed working thanks.  it also went over 100% and appeared to hang for about 10 minutes for me, and the installer also crashed giving a stack trace right at the end trying to reboot the computer, but simply hitting the hard reset button worked fine.  thanks a ton!



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MyHack works very well.....it does have a glitch at the end and it didn't install chameleon correctly.  A little waiting and a reinstall of chameleon, and everything is up and running.



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It seems to take quit a while to get in to the installer part and when it does get to that point I have both my monitors just lose signal (which happens only when GraphicsEnabler is off, but I've ensured it was on). :| Edit: Guess my dsdt file didn't copy over when I tried moving it. Now I get a spinning beach ball.

I can't get past this. I've tried it on 2 different systems, both single monitor,  one using a GeForce 210 video card and the other an 8400GS. I've tried with and without Graphics Enabler, but the result is the same, loss of signal to the monitor and then nothing. No more activity at all from the flash drive.



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I can't get past this. I've tried it on 2 different systems, both single monitor, one using a GeForce 210 video card and the other an 8400GS. I've tried with and without Graphics Enabler, but the result is the same, loss of signal to the monitor and then nothing. No more activity at all from the flash drive.


Have you tried booting with -v (verbose boot) or -x (safe mode)?

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I can't get past this. I've tried it on 2 different systems, both single monitor,  one using a GeForce 210 video card and the other an 8400GS. I've tried with and without Graphics Enabler, but the result is the same, loss of signal to the monitor and then nothing. No more activity at all from the flash drive.

 

In the end I ended up grabbing my DSDT from my kakewalk install (10.8.4) and using that with the installer, which fixed that issue. I tried with one monitor before doing so but sadly that didn't change my outcome. 

 

Still stuck with the spinning beach ball sadly. :|



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I have installed Mavericks. Ethernet, sound graphics all work. Z77-DS3H, 8 gb ram intel HD4000.

 

Used Myhack beta, ##### for audio and network. At first would only boot with usb installer.

 

But then used latest version of Chameleon and everything is uptight and out of sight.



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Have you tried booting with -v (verbose boot) or -x (safe mode)?

Yep, have tried all combinations of -x -v -f, all the same result. Have now tried on 3 different systems, Foxconn G33M, Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L and MSI P55-GD80. 


In the end I ended up grabbing my DSDT from my kakewalk install (10.8.4) and using that with the installer, which fixed that issue. I tried with one monitor before doing so but sadly that didn't change my outcome. 

 

Still stuck with the spinning beach ball sadly. :|

Wish I could get that far! I've tried with and without DSDT. Graphics enabler set to No seemed to help a bit as well as npci=0x3000 in the Boot.plist. Both got me a little further in the verbose boot, but then the screen goes dark (loss of signal) and nothing else happens. I am using the same version of Chameleon that myHack installed, is there a better version to try?



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Hello,

I tried installing the latest BETA available, but when launching it the following error message appears:

/var/folders/uT/uThrLIugE5ShW7HlyUGsh++++TI/-Tmp-/.plx_tmp.vpLOUA: line 68: ./myhack: Bad CPU type in executable

This is no PPC machine, it's an Intel machine, so why does "Bad CPU" appear?







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