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About ecaslak

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  1. I'm having the exact same issue on the same OS, 10.6.8. I'm using an 8GB flash drive which I used on my first hackintosh years ago, with Chameleon installed in ESP. The point being, if it worked for Leopard, it should work for Mavericks. To go over my exact steps (I used SkylineOSX's guide, which is largely derived from rockinron's Chameleon guide in addition to this thread): 1.) Format USB drive using Disk Utility, with GUID layout and 1 HFS partition 2.) Restore OS X Base System onto USB drive 3.) Rename USB drive label to something simple (i.e. "mav") 3.) Copy Packages folder from Install ESD into /System/Installation on USB drive 4.) Run Clover installer (latest I've tried is r2482, earliest is r2114), select USB drive with following options checked: Install for UEFI booting only One theme All of Drivers64UEFI except for CsmVideoDxe The install fails, with the log showing the output of diskutil list: (truncated for formatting) /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *8.0 GB disk1 1: Apple_HFS EFI 209.7 MB disk1s1 2: Apple_HFS mav 7.7 GB disk1s2 Can't find volume with the name /Volumes/mav I chuckled a bit when I first read this error log, since the script only needs to look up one line If I could figure out how to install Clover manually into ESP for UEFI booting, I'd be happy to install it myself. It can't be any worse than installing Chameleon manually, right?