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About rainbowkisser

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  1. I couldn't solve it but I found a friend with a Mac and then mounted the app.dmg that I had copied the app to applications and used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to created a bootable flash. All worked out fine in the end but I did have to boot with IGPlatformID=01660003 IGPEnabler=Yes GraphicsEnabler=No and that made it all work perfectly if you can't find anyone who has a mac try downloading a copy of OS X which is virtualizable then use either virtual box or VMware. Seems like it's a bit of a mission though. You knee beest that's the #'s
  2. [SUCCESS] Asus Vivobook s400c

    I needed to use IGPlatformID=01660003 IGPEnabler=Yes GraphicsEnabler=No to boot my S400CA
  3. I finally got my system up and fully working and by fully working I mean everything except the wireless card and sound but other than that it's all good. I just wanted to post this so that other people could find out how to do it since it took me ages. Ok so when you boot from your usb you must use: IGPlatformID=01660003 IGPEnabler=Yes GraphicsEnabler=No after about a week of searching I finally found that and it worked so I just wanted to share I believe it might work for anyone else also struggling with HD4000
  4. Ok so I am going to give this a go right now and I'll let you guys know how it goes Edit: I think I may have found the problem but I am not sure. The copy of OS X Mavericks that I downloaded is build 13A593 and Nobody seems to have a MBR patch I really dont want to download another copy of Mavericks since I'm from South Africa and my internet is really slow here. Ideas? Reedit: That build doesnt exist but it says thats my build in my info.plist files :/ strange!
  5. Sorry I had to fill out those two silly quizes. I tried it and the installation loads up perfectly no KP but when I press English for language then it comes up with the "The installation cannot read the mac os installation disk try cleaning the disk and trying again. I mightve messed it up but I will try it tomorrow again and then Ill let you guys know . Will also try it with a different flash drive to be certain. I did it on a ASUS S400CA Ultrabook with Core i5 3317U Processor, 4Gb DDR3 1600Mhz, 24gb Sandisk, 500Gb Seagate I think. Flashdrive was an ADATA