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rylan1996

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Hey I followed http://www.insanelym...-for-beginners/ to the tee and when I selected it to boot, it just sticks on the Apple Logo screen and nothing happened, so I did -v to see verbose diagnostics and it ended with system uptime in nanoseconds. please help, i also tried with ##### and myhack previously and I practically googled and tried all answers that pertained to me.

 

The laptop I'm installing on is a HP ENVY 15-3040nr

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Looks like you need lapic patch, but I'm not sure. I can't see it too well.

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Using myHack reinstall your Extra folder (after replace some kext, remove dsdt, change smbios).



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i think i had the same issue with stuck at apple logo, then i booted again with GraphicsEnabler=Yes command. You should actually wait at the apple logo, spinning wheel. Then the monitor goes blank and u'll be presented with a white screen with cursor, finally taking u to the desktop. Hope this helps.



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hello

 

boot

 

-v GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1

 

and probably u need lapis_kernel or kernelpatcher.dlyb module from chameleon

 

good hack



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i did -v GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1 and I'm at still waiting for root device and it keep going down with that line

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okay so i plugged it into a usb2 slot and it actually worked but is now stuck on a blank white screen



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Go into your system with the USB installer or the partition that you created. Open terminal in the begining of the installation. And copy the mach kernel from the installer to your hard disk. After that repair permissions. 

 

 

cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext /Volumes/"yourpartition"/System/Library/Extensions

 

cp -R /mach_kernel /Volumes/"yourpartition"

 

Restart, trying GE=No or Yes.

 

I hope this help you!

 

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rylan1996

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Same problem, just stuck on a blank white screen.



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hello

 

update in u profile

 

signature

 

cpu

 

ram

 

graphics

 

like i have and several users have in the final my post

 

nobody gonna google for the specs of u HP...

 

it help the people who try to help u..

 

now is graphics..

 

if u have intel hd .. remove from the installer all

 

appleintelhd*.*

 

boot

 

-f -v GraphicsEnabler=No

 

good hack







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