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  1. I previously used iAtkos ML2 to install Mac OS X (Mountain Lion) on my computer, and when booting iAtkos from USB I used the boot flag -s for it to work. Everything was working perfectly, though to boot Mac I had to insert a USB with iAtkos installed on it and boot from there. I tried to fix this by installing bootloaders.(I also had Windows 7 on another partition which would boot if the USB wasn't inserted) Then Mac wouldn't boot even with the USB inserted. So, I formatted the Mac partition and tried to boot the iAtkos installer again, though when I booted with the boot flag -s, after typing exit when prompted it would get stuck at "logout". If I do not use the boot flag -s it gets stuck at the apple logo (previously it had a cancel logo on the apple logo, though now it doesn't stop loading). My computer model and specs: HP Compaq 8510w Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 @ 2.20Ghz Nvidia Quadro FX 570M 2GB RAM 64-bit Processor Wi-Fi Adapter - Intel Wireless Wi-Fi Link 4965agn
  2. Hello guys.I'm new in this forum but not in the Sector. I have a Acer Aspire 5745G this is the Specification: At the moment i have Windows 8 x64 and i have created a 90GB Partition NTFS (Can't do FAT32) I've burned iAtkos,Niresh and Retail image on 3 DVD's DL 8.55GB (Dual-layer) on TransMac. When the process of burning is finished,i reboot on the BIOS for select the DVD player,press F10 for save and reboot,and now click Enter and the PC reboot. After press Enter,it's reboot whitout getting the Apple logo. I tried pressing F8 and i insert this commands: -v -x -v -x -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes But,nothing Here is the screenshot of the message Help me please,i want really install Mountain Lion on my PC A thank you beforehand for those answer me MOD : I make a video for showing better the problem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQFg3OYBJ9s MOD2 :I have 4gb of ram,and I tried with removing 2gb of RAM,but nothing,always the same.
  3. Hello people. I'm trying very hard to get my Hackintosh (iAtkos ML2) to work correctly. I've been up all night trying. And I've scoured the internet for answers and found none. My Problem: Everything goes normally until I get a greyish screen with a mouse cursor in the top left corner of the screen. Nothing happens from there. Now. Here are the things I have tried: -v to check for errors, none found. PCIRootUID=0 (I have to use this to be able to see the grey screen in the first place, otherwise it just goes to a black screen and monitors turn off). npci=0x2000 and 0x3000 -x -f along with the PCIRootUID, same thing. Different ports on the card. Different configurations (VGA/DVI). Went to try some command line stuff (-s), but my keyboard does not work no matter what when I want to type a command. (I have tried USBBusFix=Yes and I did install the PS/2 drivers (even though my Keyboard is USB) the same thing happend in the previous installationt too (with PS/2 not installed). GraphicsEnabler=No (this results in black screen to). 4 customisation configurations during install (Different Mac Models and different configurations, this is the furthest I have gotten so far (grey screen and cursor)). Tried with and without VGA drivers for NVidia cards. My System: Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H Intel Core i5 3770 8GB Corair Vengeance Pro Blue (2x4GB) NVidia GTS 450 Graphics WD Black 1TB HDD Dedicated to Mac OS X iAtkos ML2 Corsair TX-650M Cooler Master HAF-X Case 240GB SanDisk Extreme SSD with Fedora 19 on it (that shouldn't make a difference should it?) If you could help out that would be great! Thanks!
  4. Hello everyone! I'm having some problems with my notebook not being able to boot to install OSX. I keep getting this message with a large circle with slash. Here is a picture of what I am seeing all the time. I use the -v -x and also -f but it doesn't seem to work. My hard drive is in AHCI mode and UEFI is turned off (Downgraded from Windows 8 to Windows 7) I am also using the non UEFI version of iAtkos Mountain Lion since I have UEFI disabled because Windows 7 does not support UEFI. I am trying to install iAtkos ML2 from a USB drive. Here is some more information regarding my Notebook: Computer Brand Name: Acer Aspire M5-581T Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) Build 7601 SP1 Video Chipset: Intel HD Graphics 4000 HDMI Port: Yes Processor Name: Intel® Core i5-3337U CPU @ 1.80GHz (Intel Ivy Bridge) RAM: 6GB DDR3 SDRAM Ethernet Port: Broadcom BCM57780 WiFi card: Atheros AR5BWB222 Card Reader: RealTek RTS5208 USB Ports: 1x 2.0 USB port / 2x 3.0 USB port If more information is needed here is the Acer page for my notebook. http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model-datasheet/NX.M2HAA.009 Thank you so much for the help, I would greatly appreciate it!
  5. Gutz_Otoole

    Upgrading Boot Drive

    I'm considering an upgrade to my hardware, specifically I wish to replace my current boot drive, a 1TB Seagate HDD, with a 240GB SSD. I intend to use the Disk Utility to clone the existing HDD (233GB used) onto the new SDD (240GB capacity). I realize that after formating the usable capacity of the SDD will be somewhat less than 240GB, therefore I'll offload about 70GB of data, mainly video and audio files, before attempting the cloning operation. My hackintosh was originally set up using the iAtkos ML2 installer, and currently dual boots Windows 7 and OSX from separate drives. Since the initial installation I've upgraded OS X incrementally to 10.9.1. My question to the forum: Does anybody anticipate any complications that I haven't noticed? I'm wondering about volume names and how that might affect the bootloader.
  6. Muy buenas a todos, me llamo Mauro y soy nuevo en este foro. Aquí os expongo mi problema: Tengo un portátil Acer TravelMate 5740 y el otro día me propuse de instalar Mac OS en un disco duro que tengo a través de un pendrive de 8 GB que logré hacer booteable. Creo que la instalación fue bien, pero no estoy seguro del todo, mi problema principal es que la resolución que me da el SO MAC OS es de 1024x600 y mi pantalla en Windows y en Linux es de 1366x768, he buscado drivers y demás pero no logro instalarlos de manera correcta. Necesitaria realmente que alguien me eche un cable llevo 2 semanas dándole al MAC y no hay manera. Muchas gracias. Mauro Balestra
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