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Having problem with one of the last steps on ML10.8.4


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Following this guide. http://gadgetunit.co...mpaign=wordtwit[1]

Stuck on Part 6:

 

 

6. You should now be able to boot back into your install copy of 10.8. Now, install Chameleon as in part 4. As the destination drive, choose your 10.8 installation drive.

 

What does he mean here?  how do i install chameleon?  If I skip that step and go to the next I get this:

 

http://i.imgur.com/Ax1XKAb.jpg



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can anyone please help?



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Hi,

 

Please take a note of this: 

 

Please remember that you are in a public forum, a bit of courtesy is always welcome.

It's always nice to start by saying "Hi" or "Hello" before asking a question or seeking help. Also a "thank you" would be appreciated, especially if the help you get is effective.

 

Can you provide us with some information about your system? 

 

If i would take a guess, you have a notebook, and this is a graphics issue, but it's just an assumption, since i do not know anything about the system :)



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Hi,

 

Please take a note of this: 

 

 

 

 

Can you provide us with some information about your system? 

 

If i would take a guess, you have a notebook, and this is a graphics issue, but it's just an assumption, since i do not know anything about the system :)

 

Thanks for replying! And no its not a notebook. Its a Pc build.  :(

 

Here are the specs:

Asus- P8Z77-V DELUXE Mother Board
Seasonic - X series 750w
GTX 561ti 448 core - Which I took out for the installation.
Intel Core i7-3770K
Vengence LP 16 gig ram DDR3
Samsung SSD 830 serie
Hypercooler 212

 

The graphics card was taken out while doing this 



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I agree with Lejenk. Looks like a graphics problem.

 

Have you tried to boot with any flags? ie. GraphicsEnabler=No, GraphicsEnabler=Yes

 

Personally, I would have left my gfx card in. I find these onboard intel gfx to be hit or miss. I know mine is a huge PITA so I hafta use my Nvidia







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