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My Laptop:
Intel Core i7 3630QM
NVidia GTX 660M 2GB
8GB RAM Corsair 1600MHz
HDD 750GB 7200RPM
CLEVO Motherboard
Webcam Chicony
Elan Trackpad
FullHD 15.6" display
Can i install the mac os x 10.9 ?

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could you give me more information?

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http://myhack.sojugarden.com/guide/

download the app and mavericks>make an install usb with myHack>boot from the created myHack USB>Install Mavericks>install the generic extra>reboot when done installing> boot into mavericks, installed on your hard drive 



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I'll need to install something else? Install modifications as Power Management? audio driver? What about the DSDT? Please help me!

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you can deal with that after you install...



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iLucasBueno

 

Hello!

 

It is better to try a vanilla install, following this guide: http://www.insanelym...-for-mavericks/

 

Distros and the mentioned method, may let you get earlier a partially working system, but they produce much garbage, which is hard and nearly impossible to remove fully, if you want to have a smooth running system.

 

If you have Optimus enabled, the GTX 660m will not work. To get the HD4000 easier to work, you should, If you have the option in Bios to switch your gfx to internal, do that.

If you can not switch to internal gfx, you should remove all Geforce and Nvidia kexts from your Usb installer.

If you have optimus not enabled, you have to try to make the GTX 660m working. But it is til now nearly immosible, to make mobile Kelper cards working fully with QE/CI. In this case remove all AppleIntel gfx kexts and NVDAresman.kext from your usb installer.

 

Have fun.



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the installation was successful but only started with-x-v GraphicsEnabler = No. .. and does not recognize any usb drive .... so I could not install M.u.l.t.i.B.e.a.s.t ....

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@ ILucasBueno

 

Instead of wondering, why you are not able to type the Multi..... string in the correct way, you should read this: http://www.insanelym...ort-tonymacx86/ and this: http://www.insanelym...cx86/?p=1822682

 

If you have read the linked documents before, why are you premeditatedly trying to act against the rules of the platform?

 

But no harm meant. You should set in the Chameleon options the correct Capri IG platform. Try all from 0 to 9. In most cases 3 or 4 are working. To get gfx working in this way, you must have the vanilla AppleIntel gfx kexts installed.

 

For doing your postinstall you could try this: http://www.insanelym.../11-pandoraapp/

 

Have fun,







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