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update!!

Problem solved! i think.....

just bought a new USB Keyboard, install some kexts, and updated to newest version.

 

i'm trying to make a new USB Stick now.

 

hi there,

i just did the clean install to my new "OLD" hack, here is my spec.

i3-540
GA-H55N-USB3
4GB DDR3 RAM
Galaxy GeForce 210
WD VecilorRaptor 150GB
IBM PS/2 Keyboard
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Boot and install with ##### 1.7

and now these are my main issue
*##### 5.4.3 installed, using -v to boot up, and the classic "PCI configuration begin" showed up.
I thought it was because I choosed the Nvidia Driver, but after I boot up my hack, the message showed.
So I delete all the Nvidia driver, and reboot again.

*after boot up by using -v flag, it still showed the classic message. then I found a thing.....
my PS/2 keyboard num-lock light's up, and still nothing happen. system still stay at black screen.


any help?
thanks for anything.....


best wishes!
and sorry for my poor english!

cheers!



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Try to boot with -v -f GraphicsEnabler=No

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i actually did!

but black screen stayed.

 

still trying some possible solution.



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install NVEnabler.kext, or delete NVkexts, backup first, from win use Mac Drive



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update!!!

 

I downloaded a version of NVEnabler.kext and it's for 9600GT, but it seems to work!

 

after I get the Desktop, my PS/2 Keyboard shutdown!

 

any help?

 

thanks for anything.



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update!!

Problem solved! i think.....

just bought a new USB Keyboard, install some kexts, and updated to newest version.

 

i'm trying to make a new USB Stick now.







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