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Here are the specs: i7 3930K Intel DX79SI Bios SIX910J.86A.0525.2012.0709.1221 32 GB DDR3 667MHz NVIDIA Quadro 600 no one helped me i figured out most things out and now i have to test performance and its looking pretty stable on maverick 10.9.1 here is dsdt and kext bios updates ssdt stock graphics power mangement kext stock sound kext kext and dsdt.zip 0590.zip SSDT.aml.zip 10.9.1 kext.zip 10.9.1 stock sound.zip
LukeWarm74 posted a topic in OSx86 10.10 (Yosemite)Hey everyone, I'm attempting to install Yosemite onto my hackintosh which has been running Mavericks smoothly for awhile now. For mavericks I used Chameleon as a boot loader, but I figured I may as well switch to Clover. For some reason when I boot to the installation USB (in verbose mode) it'll spill out a bunch of stuff in like 15 seconds and then stop. Then around 10 minutes later, it'll go into a gray screen with a mouse, but it never goes any further. After a second or two the mouse becomes a spinning wheel of death and that's the end of that. I've left it sitting there for at least an hour and it never progressed. It's hard to tell what is going on because it actually LEAVES verbose mode as if it was able to boot. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm not sure if this helps, but I'm not able to boot directly to the EFI partition on my USB drive for some reason. I've tried two drives (and they have worked in the past), but for some reason my computer just can't find the bootable part of the USB drive. I installed Clover to my existing installation's EFI partition and it works perfectly. So I'm technically using my SSD to boot to the USB, but it's the same version of clover and kexts, etc. so I don't think it should matter. It will of course be an issue once I wipe and install Yosemite though, not sure if anyone has any tips on that. Thanks!
uzzikie posted a topic in OSx86 10.10 (Yosemite)My installation works but after a couple of reboots, it will display a spinning beach ball AFTER logging in. Note that it's able to boot up right up to the login screen. But the system will just hang with a spinning beach ball after typing the password. Anyone else encounter such a problem?