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  1. Thanks everyone. I somehow turn off the S4 and S5 power management from the BIOS, disable the CPU stepspeed, disable the VT virtualization stuff, took out the Dell RAID card and I got it booted up without problem. I then replaced by the RAID card and turn back on the S4 and S4 power management from the BIOS. It still works. But sometimes I get a kernel panic, but then if I go into safe mode and restart, the next time boot up will be fine. Now the problem is that I was booting from Chimera, I accidently chosen the boot from "Loader" and the next thing I know is the system never boots up again. Everytime it just gives me boot0:error. So I googled it. I did the 4k repartition thing with the dd if=boot1h op=disk0s1 thing. But no help. When I got into the disk utility I looked at the disk, the partitions are gone (I have 3 partitions), I tried to verify disk and repair disk and mount disk, all failed. I dont' know how to recover it now. TIA!
  2. I tried booting it as UEFI. But got problems. I can see in my USB stick that in the EFI/BOOT/ there's a file called BOOTX64.efi. In the \CLOVER\ there's the CLOVERX64.efi. But when I got into the BIOS boot setting. The Boot directory is empty. The USB is formatted as FAT32.
  3. I looked into that folder and I saw OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi but I couldn't find AptioFixDrv2 so I did a search on google but couldn't find where I can download that file from. OsxLowMemFixDrv is not present. Any help is appreciated.
  4. Hi there, I didn't know what is AptioFixDrv2 but I did a search but didn't find how to install it. http://www.tonymacx86.com/hp-probook-yosemite/143675-guide-install-yosemite-hp-laptops-clover-uefi-108.html Is it a driver? Sorry about this I am a PC guy.
  5. :blush:Hi All, I am new to Hackintosh. But I did find my way here. My computer spec is the Dell T3600 server it has Intel Xeon E5-2667 CPU, nVidia Quadro 600, and ALC269 sound card I downloaded an iso and created a bootable usb stick. It loaded with Clover Bootloader 2953. However, i didn't able to install without Safe mode, it will give me the follow ................Error alocating 0x800 pages at 0x000000000014e000000 alloc type 2 Error Loading kernel cache (0x9) Boot failed, sleeping for 10 seconds before exiting... So I installed Yosemite using safe mode. The install went through without problem. However, when I try to boot the system, it said it doesn't have a bootloader. So I plugged back in the bootable usb stick for the Clover bootloader and tried to boot into Yosemite. It gives me above error again if I don't use safe mode. So I booted with safe mode again. It stayed at the black screen with a mouse cursor for around 20 mins, Then it goes to the login screen. I type in the password, and have to wait for another 3 mins before it moves again. Then the screen refresh very slowly and finally got into the system. Once I got into the system, it works with normal speed, but the network card and sound card doesn't work. I used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to install the drivers. The network works immediately, but sound doesn't. I notice the graphics is snugglish sometimes with artifacts so I downloaded and installed the official Yosemite driver from nVidia (but I dont' know if it has nVidia Quadro 600 driver) However that didn't help the graphics, I believe the driver for the graphics wasn't loaded. Is it because I boot with safe mode that why the sound driver and video card driver weren't loaded? Thanks, bchiu BTW, I installed Yosemite on an external usb hd. I am not sure if that is related to the problem.
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