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  1. It is hidden under the OS you want to boot and you can unhide it with space bar. But you can also make it persistent by adding the following to you config.plist <key>SystemParameters</key> <dict><key>InjectKexts</key> <string>Yes</string> </dict>
  2. I solved it with the "Boot with injected kext" option you need to select in Clover with spacebar. After this my installer booted and afterwards everything worked without any problems. I am using the S/L/E for loading my kexts, so I'm not sure if you use the kext folder from Clover if it will still work...
  3. Hello all, When I try to boot El Capitan update/USB install via clover the system hangs on: "Service exited with abnormal code: 255" My Yosemite install works completely fine and I'm not sure what is causing this error. I tried to use -f, -x, -v, Rootless=0, nv_disable=1 with almost every possible combination of those. Someone able to help me with this error? System: - Asus P8Z77 M-Pro - Intel 3570K - GTX770 - 16GB DDR3
  4. Like I said. the two monitors work just fine when I plug in my HDMI cable after the system is booted. Only when the cable is connected during boot both screens get messed up. Also I tried other cables, but I still have the same problem. When I used my GTX 770 with the same cables, everything worked just fine. But now with the HD4000 it doesn't work.
  5. So that's not the problem
  6. Hey fellow readers! I have a problem with my hackintosh. When I want to boot with dual monitors and I have both my DVI and HDMI connected I get many artefacts on both screens. When I boot with only my DVI screen I don't have any problems and when I connect my HDMI there aren't any problems at all. So it only happens when both screens are connected at boot. Intel 3570K Asus P8Z77M-Pro Chameleon v2377 DSDT edits from PJALM (motherboard and HDMI audio) Greetings, eXtink
  7. Hey all! Got a problem after my first install of yosemite, already. My bluetooth dongle isn't willing to connect to anything, even when it's recognized by the system. I've got an customized DSDT from mavericks (where BT was working) System specs: - Intel 3570K - Asus P8Z77-M Pro - 16GB DDR3 - 128GB SSD
  8. Fixed with latest Clover, guess I'm stuck with the horrible mess of Clover
  9. Hello all! I'm trying to install yosemite for a week now and I haven't had any luck at the moment The install USB I'm creating are not booting to the install screen, so I haven't tasted anything from Yosemite yet. Mavericks is running fine with chameleon and everything is working I have the following specs: - Asus P8Z77-M Pro - Intel 3570K (Intel HD4000) - 16GB Corsair 1333MHz DDR3 - 128SSD (with another bunch of data disks connected) When i try to boot u a Yosemite USB with Chameleon 2380V3 (of the install scripts found here or from an install of Chameleon Wizard) all of the kexts are loaded, but I'm getting stuck on the following I've tried the following: - GraphicsEnbabler=Yes/No - DSDT from Mawericks - Clover boot (I seriously don't like Clover) from the install scripts found here - Searhing the web, but didn't find anything usefull So I'm a little desperate! Greetings, eXtink
  10. Okay, so I tried to format my TimeMachine drive but without luck. It still wasn't booting up when it was connected. After that I tried the Scan Single Drive flag in Chameleon and voila! It worked, now it is starting normally! I still don't know what the problem really is, but I can live with that! Thank you very much Gringo Vermelho!
  11. For some strange reason my TimeMachine disk /dev/disk1 was messing up the loading of Chameleon. I got this great idea if Chameleon would work if I detached all of my drives and guess what: IT WORKED! Let's try with only the Mac OS X disk: IT WORKED! Now try to reconnect all the drives one for one and Chameleon got stuck loading when the TimeMachine drive was connected. For now I disconnected this drive, but maybe someone is able to help me with this strange problem? Should I reformat my drive and try it again (after I made a backup of my backup?) and if that works copy back all the data?
  12. Where can you see it is still inactive? And yeah I got a UEFI mobo, but now booting with UEFI. So if I install Chameleon on the EFI partition how do I do this? I want to be sure I'm doing it the right way
  13. It doesn't make any difference. It is the same for the USB stick and for the Hard drive. But on the video I used my USB stick, but that had the same install as I did in the last post Also tried to not touch it and let it boot up, waited for 15 minutes and nothing
  14. Okay I followed your guide, but it isn't working I've copied the console, so you can check if I did something wrong or my pc is bad and need to stand in a corner Compiling chameleon: http://pastebin.com/j9fBiYKW Installing chameleon: http://pastebin.com/mZABLR8z Below there is also a DarwinDumper dump to check if everything is installed correctly. ps: I thank you all for your effort helping me! DarwinDumper_2.8.8_Clover_X64_2236_Mav_bobsoppe.zip
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