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Best Answer King Yourii, 02 April 2014 - 02:38 AM

thank you so much for replay

 

i fixed it .... thank you so much .... i had to attach my laptop hard driver to my pc and i moved the patched file to E/E then get it back to the laptop and run my fix from my USB Installer and reboot after end and i can login now good and my Bios Reset Gone and my laptop sleep working just looking for some kext like video ,lan ,wirrless ,webcam ,fingerprint and bluetooth if u can help me to know how to get them ... my laptop is Acer Travelmate 6292 4GB ram and Core2Due 2.2 4MB Cache and my Vga is Up to 358MB Mobile Intek Grapgic Media Accelerator X3100 ....

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hello every body ...

 

i'm stuck in a little problem

 

i want to install osx on my laptop

Laptop Model : Acer TravelMate 6292
Cpu : intel Core2Due T7500 2.2GHz FSB 1MB L2 Cache
Vga : Up yo 358MB Mobile Intel Graphic Media Accelerator X3100
Ram : 4GB DDR2
HDD : 500 Segate .... Belong To apple Laptop " the hdd have apple logo on it "

i was trying to install OSX Mavericks (10.9) but i got 2 problems

 

1- when i try to boot without any codes lice -v or anything

 

it's stuck on gray screen with apple logo

 

and i founded someone on the internet said that he installed the OSX on the same laptop with this codes

-v cpus=1

i did like him but i'm stuck in

MAC Framework successfully initialized
using 16384 buffer headers and 10240 cluster IO buffer headers
IOAPIC: Version 0X20 Vectors 64:87
ACPI: Sleep states S3 S4 S5
pci (build 22:16:29 Sep 19 2013), flags 0x63008, pfm64 (36 cpu) 0xf800000000, 0x800000000
console relocated to 0xf800000000
[ PCI configuration end, bridges 6, devices 22 ]

i thought that i have problem with the image i have

 

i downloaded

OS X 10.9 Install USB.raw

and i moved it to my usb stick

 

and now i have the same problem

 

i'm using a Windows PC To do all that beside my laptop

 

can anyone tell me what can i do to get OSX on My Lap Top

 

 

Thanls For Your Time



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hello

 

urs graphics don't have support in 64 bit .. so if works only until Lion .. is hybrid 32/64 bit

 

should use argument

 

arch=i386

 

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i will try it right now and i will tell you the result ... and thank you so much for takeing some time to replay to my post


i did .... and when i do after i press inter it's load for a moment then it's take me back to boot screen as i will type the commands again like -v and i always use -v cpus=1

 

and it's work but always hung on PCI Configration End ... i replaced my IOPCIFamily with a new one and i'm trying now and i will tell you the result



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thank you so much for replay

 

i fixed it .... thank you so much .... i had to attach my laptop hard driver to my pc and i moved the patched file to E/E then get it back to the laptop and run my fix from my USB Installer and reboot after end and i can login now good and my Bios Reset Gone and my laptop sleep working just looking for some kext like video ,lan ,wirrless ,webcam ,fingerprint and bluetooth if u can help me to know how to get them ... my laptop is Acer Travelmate 6292 4GB ram and Core2Due 2.2 4MB Cache and my Vga is Up to 358MB Mobile Intek Grapgic Media Accelerator X3100 ....







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