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SNB Framebuffer did not show up,unload?

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meanwhile

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Hi. I got a fix for "still waiting for root device" issue. Thanks to the help of

iFIRE

 

No im having this "SNB Framebuffer did not show up,unload".

It show's twice

Commands use:

-f -v GraphicsEnabler=No cpus=1 UseKernelCache=No

Here is the image

2013_09_25_23_24_17.jpg
 

What should i do? thanks



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Your problem is with video. Mac is ready to boot to the desktop, but there is no graphics available.

Research ways to get graphics to work with your hardware (video card, computer/processor).

 

Your can try booting with -x boot flag (loads only basic kexts) just to see if it works.



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Your problem is with video. Mac is ready to boot to the desktop, but there is no graphics available.

Research ways to get graphics to work with your hardware (video card, computer/processor).

 

Your can try booting with -x boot flag (loads only basic kexts) just to see if it works.

 

Hi. Thanks for replying.

 

I got my AppleIntelHD* kext on my /S/L/E. Although i remove that on the installer. When i check the S/L/E its there on my HDD

Intel HD3000 is the graphics that is compatible on my lappy.. And i got it installed on S/L/E on my HDD



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Most probably you are using an incompatible SMBIOS. If youre on a laptop try using Macbookpro8,1 if a desktop Macmini5,1



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Most probably you are using an incompatible SMBIOS. If youre on a laptop try using Macbookpro8,1 if a desktop Macmini5,1

 or edit AGPM to match your SMBIOS version 







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