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minttux

Member Since 23 Apr 2013
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Freeze after install iATKOS ML3U and reboot

27 August 2013 - 01:32 PM

hi 

i made a bootable usb using a Mac OS mountain lion 10.8.3 on vmware

create a mac partition and restore iATKOS ML3U image into my 16G memory stick

then i used ##### to make that usb bootable

 

after that put my bootable memory in my samsung notebook np350v with this hardware: http://codepad.org/NrAGLkrZ  

then boot to it 

in install page it said you should make GUID partition so i had to delete all my partitions so i lose all of my data and make GUID partition

first partition was 50G for make and other was free space 

 

then install iATKOS 

when i rebooted after disappeared samsung logo ,my system freezed no error no clue and only blank and black screen

and i can't boot anymore into flash or DVD 

i disabled hard drive i set first boot on DVD and nothing happened

i could only go to bios setting just this 

 

so i had to open the notebook door and eject HDD and connected to my PC (with cable) and remove all partitions then back to my notebook and this problem solved

 

i thought this problem related to GUID partitions so next time i tried to install using MBR but it didn't permit to install on MBR partitions 

so this time i changed something in customized also enable EFI boot in BIOS settings but the result was same

my HDD broke and i have to open the back door of my notebook and take HDD out and connect to my PC and remove all partitions 

 

so you have any idea what i should do?

i can't eject my HDD anymore and it may be damaged 

 

any idea? or any solutions ?

Any experience with Samsung NP350?

27 April 2013 - 03:05 PM

Hi i posted a post about experience with asus n56vm
i don't buy notebook yet

i found another notebook that is Samsung NP350 that has these specs:

http://www.alifca.co...led_amd_radeon/

i write some specs here:
CPU Type Intel Core i7 Processor
CPU Number 3630QM
CPU Speed 2.40 GHz
CPU Support 6M Cache, 2.40 GHz
Memory 4GB DDR3 at 1600 MHz
HDD 500G
Graphics AMD Radeon HD 7670M
Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 bg/n 1x1

it seems very good
are there any experiences with this model or hardware of this model for installing mountain lion 10.8.3 ?

thanks

Any experience with Asus n56vm?

24 April 2013 - 12:15 PM

Hi bodies

i want to buy a notebook that i want to support good hackintosh and has good specs
i choose Asus n56vm because for good specs
http://www.pcpro.co..../specifications
http://www.expertrev.../specifications

i want to works with Win - Linux and absolutely Mac OS

these things is for important for me : VGA port works - wifi works and sound works (for listen to music :guitar: :wink_anim: ) - also fast speed
are there any one has experience with this notebook for hackintosh ?

i want to install mountain lion 10.8.3 on it

Please guide me if you have any information or experience with this Notebook

Thanks
Danial
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