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 fsck -fy

 mount -uw /
 launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.opendirectoryd.plist
 passwd root

 

 

where the line ends, press enter... 

Wait so should I type all of this?



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yes, but when the line ends, you press enter and move on to the next line



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yes, but when the line ends, you press enter and move on to the next line

ok i entered all of that code and now it is stuck over here. I do not know if it is stuck but whenever i go to type something nothing shows up and the little white box is not blinking either.

 

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It's not supposed to show up. Just type it then press enter.

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wow i feel stupid. ok now it says ":/ root#"



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Then type reboot and at the Cham prompt type what you needed to get to login screen

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Then type reboot and at the Cham prompt type what you needed to get to login screen

so I booted in and I just selected OSX Mavericks without typing anything. Now I am at the Apple logo screen waiting for this to finish loading. Am i doing this correct?



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No... Type what you did b4 to get to the login screen

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ok I successfully booted into MAC OSX. but the resolution is way off and half of my dock is off the screen and i cant see the icons on the top right corner of screen that i am supposed to see



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Ok boot with only GraphicsMode=1440x900x32

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Wait I do not understand. The first time I got to the bootloader and I just pressed enter without typing anything. Than when I got to the login screen, I typed in "root" for the name and "maxell505" for the password and it booted up. It still was showing only half the screen but I was able to just type it in and than press enter on my keyboard and it worked. Everything worked except not all of the elements of MAC OSX were on my screen. Than I saw your post about booting with the the boot command being GraphicsMode=1440x900x32. So I shut down my computer and restarted it. I typed "GraphicsMode=1440x900x32" and i booted but the same exact thing happened. Nothing changed.


If it helps any, the resolution on my laptop is 1600x900



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What graphics card so you have?

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What graphics card so you have?

the built in graphics card that comes with the Intel processor. Intel HD Graphics 3000



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Set Graphics Memory in bios to 32Mb or 64Mb



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Set Graphics Memory in bios to 32Mb or 64Mb

My BIOS is very limited but i did read in some posts that Intel processors have graphics included and the graphics card uses the system RAM.



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What graphics card so you have?

I found out that the problem I have been having is that my screen is stretched out and fuzzy. I am going to follow this link and report back to tell my resuts.

http://www.insanelym...splay-problems/







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