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An other pc with OSX.



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A MacBook pro

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Hello!

 

At first try to boot your installation with flags: nv_disable=1 -f -x -v.

 

If you get to the desktop reinstall my posted kext and generate with Chameleonwizard an SMBios for MB P 8,3. and place the plist in Extrafolder.

 

If this is no working, you could try this:

 

 

You could try to mount your osx partion in your g73 with one of the trail versions of the following link in windows: http://www.macbreake...om-windows.html

 

But I don´t know, if one get write access with the time limited version.

 

Please post back your results.

 

Have fun.



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Today i tried to install a clean mavericks 10.9.3 , downloaden from the first post of this topic with the vanilla install.

Replaced al the kext with the kext of this post and your kext. But when the install finished Apple boots But then i get a lot of text on my screen and wont boot

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I hope you have created a valid SMBios for MBP 8,3 and added it to the extra folder of your usb-stick and installed with this SMBios.plist. If not you can creat it on your MBP with ChameleonWizard and add it in your Extrafolder on the USB stick before your next boot.

 

Boot again with the usb installer and in the usb installer. After reaching the installscreen click continue and start diskutility to repair permissions of your install. Reboot with boot flags -f -v to your installation.

 

After reaching the desktop of your install, you should install Fakesmc, NullcpuPM (if no PM patched Bios), USB 3 I, and your PS2-Kext. Then install Enooch in standardmode and drag your Extrafolder from your USBstick to the root of your hd-installation.

 

I all is perfect you should be able to boot from your install with flags -f -v and reach the desktop.

 

Have fun.



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I had installed enoch to my USB device for the vanilla install and copied the extra's folder from this first post (MBP 8,4) (including SMBios.plist) to the root of my USB.

 

Later this day I'll try your solution, and post back the results ;)
 

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I've got it finally working with Mavericks 10.9.0 not with Mavericks 10.9.3 because this gives me al lot of errors and no booting anymore (lot of text on screen while booting, and don't boot)

 

To get it working I've used this tutorial to copy Mavericks 10.9.0 to my USB: http://olarila.com/f...php?f=31&t=3836

 

Once on my desktop, I first installed Enoch, then I installed all the kext from the first post of this topic including the PMPatched BIOS AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement.kext, and the kext from styrian.

 

Then I copied the extra folder to the root of my Mac Disk.

 

Reboot

 

Then override the displays-daf and install the app store updates (Not the 10.9.3 update)

 

That worked for me.



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I've got it finally working with Mavericks 10.9.0 not with Mavericks 10.9.3 because this gives me al lot of errors and no booting anymore (lot of text on screen while booting, and don't boot)

 

To get it working I've used this tutorial to copy Mavericks 10.9.0 to my USB: http://olarila.com/f...php?f=31&t=3836

 

Once on my desktop, I first installed Enoch, then I installed all the kext from the first post of this topic including the PMPatched BIOS AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement.kext, and the kext from styrian.

 

Then I copied the extra folder to the root of my Mac Disk.

 

Reboot

 

Then override the displays-daf and install the app store updates (Not the 10.9.3 update)

 

That worked for me.

Hello!

 

Nice!

I am happy for you, that you have now a happy  :happymac:  :) 

 

Have fun!



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anyone updated to 10.9.4 already? is it safe?







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