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I got everything working. Heres the screen shot of what i did on terminal

 

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I had no error or anything on the terminal when i fix the boot0 error.

I reboot and finally i can boot to my HD but the problem is this

 

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What  should i do to fix this? I tried -v -f GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1 and -v GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1 but no effect :(



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-f -v UseKernelCache=No rd=disk0s2



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-f -v UseKernelCache=No rd=disk0s2

I just tried it. still the same error "still waiting for root kernel device".

 

Hint:

Before i install the osx i remove the intelHD and nvda kext because i cant get the installation GUI. Do you think that is causing the problem?



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Attached File  Still Waiting for root device.zip   63.39KB   15 downloads  put in S/L/E  or in  Extra/Extensions and boot with -f -v 



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attachicon.gifStill Waiting for root device.zip  put in S/L/E  or in  Extra/Extensions and boot with -f -v 

 

Thanks it works







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