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  1. Hello, If someone can help me, i will be very happy. First sorry for my bad English. I Have a problem with a Gateway NV59-MS2288, i have installed iAtkos ML2, First, the setup runs very good, but next of the installation, he don´t run the OS. Specs: Intel Core i3 2.2Ghz RAM 4GB 640GB HDD I have run it with flags like -x -v -f, with UseKernelCache=No -v, GraphicsEnabler=No -v and npci=0x3000, but it does´t start. Can anyone Help me?
  2. First allow me to explain what I'm doing and why. My hack is currently running Yosemite 10.4 with no problems or performance comprises whatever, currently booting using Chimera 4.1 Hardware details: MB: GA-B75M-HD3 CPU: Xeon e3-1230v2 Video: GTX640 RAM: 16GB Audio: USB C-Media audio device Boot Drive: ST1000DX001-1CM162 Media (hybrid) I'm trying to migrate from Chimera to Clover in anticipation of the El Capitan production release this fall. To give me a handle on Clover I decided to "test drive" by making a Clover boot stick. It works, I can boot from my Clover USB. Everything works, including sleep. My Clover v2.3k r.3241 installation: config.plist from Xcode: kext folder contents: FakeSMC, GenericUSBXHCI, RealtekRTL8111 patch: DSDT.aml borrowed from member fusion71au theme: ios7 As I have stated, the above configuration works 100% Next I installed Clover on my boot volume. The customization is necessarily slightly different: config.plist from Xcode: kext folder contents: FakeSMC, GenericUSBXHCI, RealtekRTL8111 patch: DSDT.aml borrowed from member fusion71au theme: ios7 THIS DOESN'T WORK. Clover launches without a panic, displays the Apple Logo with the progress bar moving, then the display goes black, then powers down. OS X is running, but without any display graphics at all. I tried injecting Nvidia, I even tried injecting Intel (!!) I'm stymied. Why does my boot stick work and the same, or nearly the same, configuration fail on my boot HDD? (BTW, I put this thread here because I'm not allowed to create a thread in the Clover forum.)
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