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kennethgooswit

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  1. OS X 10.9 myHack USB Installer Beta

    I think Iam going to start all over again because I cannot get the Ethernet going and the usb-sticks/drive are not mounting.
  2. OS X 10.9 myHack USB Installer Beta

    Hi thanks for the reply. I had to figure out how to unlock the plist to make the changes. Ok, but another problem is that I cannot get my Ethernet working and the system doesn't mount usb drives and sticks. Do you know what I have to do? I installed the Mavericks several times now, but every time I have to skip the Ethernet installation to continue. Thanks for helping me out!
  3. OS X 10.9 myHack USB Installer Beta

    My system is a Gigabyte MB GA-Z77-UD5H, GTX680, i7 3770k, 32gb, samsung ssd 250. First i installed snow leopard with update and downloaded Mavericks. Tried other usb installation from [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], but whatever i tried couldnot get it do the usb-stick installing Maverick; allways installation failed. Downloaded My Hack Beta and installation of the usb was problem free. The boot with the stick was ok except for the blank screen I keep getting. Tried PCIRoot=1 not solving anything. More luck with GraphicsEnabler=No. Had to wait quite a while. First darker screen and then it was a go. installion took a while, but finished with no problems. Booting with the harddrive though, was no go. Keep spinning under the apple and that was it. I formatted the harddisk with the disk utility of the snow leopard disk and did the installation once more. Still no boot from the SSD drive. I was going to give up, but then I saw that you could interrupt the boot by pressing a key and could enter a command line. I tried GraphicsEnabler=No, but still the same. Only this time I got a small bar under the apple, but then it also stopped. Ok, lets try to add -x to GraphicsEnabler=No and it went on booting. Everything seems to work, except for the Lan, but probably I have to fill in the ip-address manually. Only on reboot I still have to enter the command line GraphicsEnabler=No -x to get it going. How can I solve this boot problem??????
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