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Lenovo Z470 Kernel Panic, Freezed Logo.

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Hello !.

I was following http://www.insanelym...-for-beginners/ to install osx with Windows 7, OS X bootable usb created on VM. When I'm trying to boot from usb screen becomes gray with notiffication which tells me to restart. After restart used -v and that is resoult:


Another restart and command -f. I saw apple logo but freezed after few seconds. Another restart then UseKernelCache=NO and again logo + freeze.

Did that tutorial 2 times. 1st time with ,,files for dual boot", 2nd without. The same resoult.

My config:

Intel Core i3 - 2310m

4gb RAM


I know that WiFi card is not supported. Have already bought USB. I'm totally green in that.

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Got it, needed to delete graphic extensions. But now, after installation and after copying Null and FakeSmc, when I want to enter installation throught USB, something lie that comes http://db.tt/OHAJ3l06.

Edited by Molek

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type cpus=


type at boot:


Graphics Enabler=No

-x -v -f

And copy nullcpupowermanagement.kext and fakesmc.kext to system\library\extensions

if osx not booting copy those kexts by using transmac in windows 7.

If transmac not copying then go to transmac>options>pc setting and select read and write. Restart transmac and copy kexts by drag and drop.

Good day!


ignore my very 1st line. My bad. Thankx.




use that too

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