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In Topic: How to fix "unknown error occured" App Store error on 10.9

28 November 2013 - 10:06 PM

hey, once i have done this metod with efistudio and everyfing was ok but now i have same problem i cant boot after change. so today second time install :D we never dont stop :)

Ensure that you have EthernetBuiltIn=No, otherwise it won't boot.


EDIT: Additionally, you could delete all network interfaces after adding hex and before first reboot, and then, after reboot add it again.

Also, boot with -v and check kernel informations why it isn't booting.

In Topic: How to fix "unknown error occured" App Store error on 10.9

19 November 2013 - 07:27 AM

If you want to use App Store you need to change your Ethernet device from en1 (or en2...en3...en(x)) to en0.

Delete your network devices on System Preferences---> Network, restart the computer and enter to the System Preferences ---> Network ---> Add your Ethernet device and check if it is en0.


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Serach this forum, because there is a tutorial for AppStore fix - I know because I used it. It is not include Mavericks 10.9 system, but older osx - Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion - but you can try :)


It not always work, ethernet was always my en0 device, and only after the fix I've posted App Store started to work.


Like GraphicsEnabler=y, EthernetBuiltIn=y depends on Chameleon being able to detect the PCIRootUID correctly. If it can't it will default to 0, which is not always correct.


We can override this in two ways, either by specifying PCIRootUID=1 in org.chameleon.Boot.plist or by editing (or adding) some code to the DSDT, which then helps Chameleon to auto-detect the correct value.


Netkas' gfxutil (the command line tool used by EFI Studio and OSX86Tools) injects both the built-in property and the correct PCI Root UID, which is why it works for you.


I had PCIRootUID=1 specified for a long time, no success, still "Unknown error occured", I had to use device-propeties, then it started to work.



Both ways were not working for me, that's why I've published this tutorial.

In Topic: HELP TOPIC - for help in OS X Yosemite (10.10) and below

12 November 2013 - 08:27 PM

Is Ethernet on top of your network list in System Preferences? You can try install NVRAM module for Chameleon but that is more for iMessage (Intel's only until we can get it working on patched kernels).

Follow these steps please... I know it says iCloud & iMessage but it will not enable them. It just fills in all gaps any hackintosh has http://rampagedev.wo...-and-imessages/


Please check if your Ethernet BSD Device Name is en0.... See attached to find out if you need to


I've tried everything, still no results. If it helps, I use custom RTL81xx network drivers.

In Topic: HELP TOPIC - for help in OS X Yosemite (10.10) and below

11 November 2013 - 08:23 PM

Same here, I had no EthernetBuiltIn, but activation of this option not helped - I still have "An unknown error has occured"

In Topic: HELP TOPIC - for help in OS X Yosemite (10.10) and below

11 November 2013 - 04:02 PM

Some people are lucky and it works, if you have access to a mac or working intel hackintosh you can merge and it will transfer iCloud and sometimes App Store login details.

But what's reason? Should I try to generate more serial numbers, or it's kernel-related?

First time when I've turned my hacintosh on, I had some graphics problem (I removed NVDAResman by mistake), but I was able to log into iMessage! After that, I've fixed graphics but now I always have "activation error" when logging into iMessage.

Very strange situation.

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