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Geraldus

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  1. Hi pals! I'm followed this guide but without a luck. I have tried this approach on two different machines: Core i3 + 4Gb RAM win 7 Core i5 + 16Gb RAM win 8 I've tried either to make ISO manually (on my MBP), using CECI.tool and finally I've downloaded VDI from TechReviews. In all cases I see default pointer or spinning rainbow ball on black screen, so it seems installation indeed loads and works but for some unknown reason it fails to start UI properly. Can you suggest something? I would be very happy if I manage to run El Cap as guest system on my office windows machine. P.S. I had installed Hackintosh successfully several times in past, but in case of office machine I can go only virtual box way.
  2. Editing info.plist (HWCursor only) and reinstalling kext does not fixed my problem. What should I do?
  3. UPD: After reading a lot of data on web I figured out that this is problem of Empire EFI loader. Can anyone tell me what should I use instead of Empire EFI? [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] does not work for me as I have an AMD CPU.
  4. Hello everybody! First of all, I want you to know that I'm from Russia and my English could be unclear. I have PC with following configuration: MoBo ECS A785GM M3 (v1.0) with AMD 785G chipset CPU AMD Athlon II X3 2Gb RAM ATI Radeon HD4200 (integrated) 250GB HDD I want to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard. I've tried a couple distroes, I also tried to install manually patched retail, but everytime I get kernel panic with "Unable to find driver for this platform": \"ACPI\" while setup program loading. I've tried different versions of Empire EFI (v1.0 & v1.085 for AMD) Is it possible to solve my problem? What should I do to get success? With best regards, Geraldus.
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