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Hi there,

can Mavericks be installed on this configuration?

 

CPU i5-4570 Haswell
RAM 8GB Sycron
GFX ATI HD7870 GHz edition
SSD Intel 520 Series 180GB

 

I used #####/Chimera from the "other website" and i keep getting a reboot right when reaching the apple logo, so i gave up on that.

Thx!



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Hi there,
can Mavericks be installed on this configuration?
 
CPU i5-4570 Haswell[/size]
RAM 8GB Sycron[/size]
GFX ATI HD7870 GHz edition[/size]
SSD Intel 520 Series 180GB[/size]
 
I used #####/Chimera from the "other website" and i keep getting a reboot right when reaching the apple logo, so i gave up on that.[/size]
Thx![/size]


Probably, but whatever method you choose, you will need to patch the kernel to avoid reboot:

http://www.insanelym...63cl-i7-4700mq/

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Probably, but whatever method you choose, you will need to patch the kernel to avoid reboot:

http://www.insanelym...63cl-i7-4700mq/

damn how do i do that? :)

It's so simple on my iMac to just turn it on :D



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Hello

 

We don't give support for tonymac's tools... see my signature

 

I gave to you a real good method to install OS, 100% retail...

 

After do what you need do, patch mach_kernel(RehabMan's guide teach this), after that, try boot....

 

Bios configuration: http://olarila.com/f....php?f=2&t=1804



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damn how do i do that? :)

It's so simple on my iMac to just turn it on :D

It is described in my post.







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