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eblohm93

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  1. Laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p - 10.9 - Mavericks

    Nothing :/ Gets stuck at the bluetooth transport again. I put the windows hard drive back in, and now it gets past the "windows is hibernating" error, but now it's stuck again at the bluetooth issue. It says something about it being suspended though, not that it's missing. I'm assuming I didn't delete some of the video kexts, but I'm not sure which. I deleted all the ATI kexts, all the NVidia kexts, and as far as I know, all the IntelHDXXXX kexts I appreciate the help, so thank you!
  2. Laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p - 10.9 - Mavericks

    What do you mean only OSx HDD on? My windows HDD is the 1tb drive that the computer comes with and the OSX drive is one in a caddy in the ultrabay
  3. Laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p - 10.9 - Mavericks

    Alright. I think I'm getting closer. When I booted with the -v flag, it would have given me a bluetooth transport missing, which is apparently the graphics issue. I realized I forgot to delete the IntelHDXXXXGraphics.kexts, and when I deleted them, I don't get that message anymore. Now, I get: http://imgur.com/2Dr4yRO I have no idea how to fix that because, 1) My Windows install is on a different hard drive, and 2) Windows is shut down, not hibernating, so I'm not sure what's going on.
  4. Laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p - 10.9 - Mavericks

    Alright. This might be a stupid question, but how do I do that? I put RehabMan kernel on my USB drive, but I have no idea how to actually copy it over to the install. Most of the places I've found explaining how to do it deal with going to the desktop, which off the top of my head I'm not sure how, since I haven't set up a user account yet because I haven't been able to boot into OSX. And even after I'm able to copy it over, how do I get it to replace the old one? Or is just copying it to the desktop all you have to do? I guess the question I should be asking is, what is it that I put into the terminal window to successfully replace the kernel on the install with the one on my USB drive? EDIT: Got it working! Thanks for the guide! Even got wireless working, but that's because I picked up a Broadcom card instead of the stock Intel card. I do have 2 questions though, 1) I can only boot into OSX when I boot using the flags -x -f -v, and I'm in safe mode. If I select the hard drive without typing those flags, I get stuck at the Apple logo screen with the spiny wheel. Any idea why that could be happening? and 2) When I'm using Safari, the screen flickers. and it's ONLY the portion of the screen that has Safari open. (The dock doesn't flicker, nor the finder bar) And it's only when I'm using Safari. I downloaded Google Chrome and everything works fine. Should I be worried about the flickering? Or is it probably just a bug? Thanks again for the guide, and if there's anything I can do to help you get the GT750M working let me know!
  5. Laptop - Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p - 10.9 - Mavericks

    Hey useletters, I'm struggling to get mine running using these steps, or the ones from the vanilla install you linked. OSX will install properly (at least, as far as I know it does), it restarts, and when I try to boot into the OS through my USB, my computer just restarts back to the BIOS and will boot as normal. I have no idea what's causing it, I've tried both methods multiple times and have followed the instructions to the letter, but I still just get rebooted to the BIOS. Do you have any idea as to what I could be doing wrong that would cause something like this? It wouldn't be because I'm installing it to a hard drive in a hard drive caddy in the ultrabay slot, would it?
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