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Mountain Lion Installation on HP Probook 6450b Problem


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krishna.boe

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HI,

I am a new user on Installation Mac on intel based pc. I make a bootable USB with Mountain LION for Desktop and i successfuly install on a pc.

After that i try to install Mountain LIon on a Laptop of HP model 6450b. but i failed always. I have been trying this from last 15 days but i stuck in the same Position. I make the USB bootable from the help of smone in youtube.

 

Can you Please help me figure out where is the problem and If possible give me the solution.

My Laptop sepecification are bellow:

 

Model: Hp ProBook 6450b

Processor: Intel core i3 350M 2.27GHz

Socket: 989 rPGA (support SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSSE4.1, SSE4.2,EM64T,VT-X)

L3: 3MB

Model: 146D

RAM: 4GB

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 1GB

 

 

I try install few times but i stuck where laptop boot with the bootable USB but stuck when the apple wndow come and circle spainning. I attach the file when the boot start and where it stuck.

 

First picture when start with bootable usb and second pic where i stuck.

 

 

Thanking

Krishna

 

 

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Try to boot with -x and see if that works.



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hello

 

is graphics..

 

to reach the installer

 

remove all appleintelhd*.* from system/library/extensions

 

after install

 

http://www.insanelym...-graphics-qeci/

 

good hack



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Moving this to the right section: notebooks.

 

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HI, Rogiervd

 

i try with flags -x. but result is same as which i mention in my question.

 

Thanks

krishna



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HI, Rogiervd

 

i try with flags -x. but result is same as which i mention in my question.

 

Thanks

krishna

Try the flags -f -x.

 

Which install method do you use? How have you made the installer?

 

Have fun!







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