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I'm trying to install Niresh 10.8.2 on my PC with AMD Phenom II x4, but I can't run it. If I put the flags "-amd GraphicsEnabler=YES -v" for it on a black screen. If I don't use "-amd" it hangs on a screen with the background of Apple.
 
My PC settings are in the signature.


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:)

 

Phenom 995 ? 

 

and Maveriks ?     Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)    



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But how can i put the amd_kernel inside of ISO?



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:)

 

clef usb but Niresh is not good , retail is good ;) 



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:)

 

clef usb but Niresh is not good , retail is good ;)

Did u have a tutorial to make a OSX USB Bootable?



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Why'd you use one of those sketchy-ass distros?

They are like the 'INSTALL FIND ALL DRIVERS NOW.EXE.VIRUS.TROJAN' applications for windows.

 

I used MyHack to create a bootable USB drive for Lion and Mountain Lion, and I installed my currently running version of Mavericks with the Pandora guide Shaun wrote.

Youtube shaun guide: 

 

I am rocking:

Asus M2N-E DVI motherboard with an AMD Phenom II x3, MSI R6670 and four gigs of ram. Everything works after a hell of a lot of troubleshooting with a very experienced user, I just have to use my iPhone for network.



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Why'd you use one of those sketchy-ass distros?
They are like the 'INSTALL FIND ALL DRIVERS NOW.EXE.VIRUS.TROJAN' applications for windows.
 
I used MyHack to create a bootable USB drive for Lion and Mountain Lion, and I installed my currently running version of Mavericks with the Pandora guide Shaun wrote.
Youtube shaun guide: 
 
I am rocking:
Asus M2N-E DVI motherboard with an AMD Phenom II x3, MSI R6670 and four gigs of ram. Everything works after a hell of a lot of troubleshooting with a very experienced user, I just have to use my iPhone for network.

 
Shaun should be Shane lol.
 
@iXaDe, I agree with both gils83 and lexdb. Don't go with a distro they can cause more problems that needed sometimes. If needed install the distro to VMWare on Windows to prepare the USB drive for installation. The kernel you need is in the description of the video.



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Sorry lad, seen the time I posted that at? Was a bit saturated with hackintosh'ness. 



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Lol, "Sketchy ass distro" I've used the niresh distro to install mavericks and ml on my amd laptop with almost no problems at all. You don't have to find it on a torrent Niresh has a website where you can get the distro, so it's not that sketchy btw.







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