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gygabyte666 reacted to a post in a topic: HP Envy 17t-j000 Quad (Haswell) + 10.8.5/10.9.5/10.10.x/10.11.x/10.12.x/10.13.x
syedgakbar replied to gygabyte666's topic in Laptopsgygabyte666, I can't thank you enough for your instructions and setup files. Guess what, I'm able to Install Mountain Lion with nearly all the features/functions (Display, Keyboard, Trackpad, etc) as you have listed on your first page. It's more than enough to do the basics work. Thanks again, and if there is any further development on any of the items, please keep posting updates here. There are many following you. One question though. Do you think it's safe to install Clover boot loader on installed partition? I'm currently booting OS-X from the USB Disk. I'm little concerned about installing this on disk as if something goes wrong, it may mess up my Windows and HP Recovery partition. Best Regards, Akbar
syedgakbar replied to gygabyte666's topic in LaptopsGood work everyone, and thank you for sharing all your notes. I'm also trying to setup ML 10.8.5 on my new HP Envy 17t-j000 Quad. After applying the Haswell Patch and restoring some of the kext from the 10.8.4, I have made some progress in the initial boot. But it's getting stuck at: DSMOS has arrived From looking at the other threads, it looks like an issue with display driver. I only have Intel HD 4600 Mobile (no discrete GPU). Since, some of you are able to do the 10.8.5 installation on similar variants, so I'm hoping this laptop can support OS-X too. However, no matter what boot parameters I give, I get this same stuck issue. I also tried removing the IntelHD files form extensions as suggested by some posts. Any ideas or help? Regards, Akbar