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Asus 1201N Problems with hackintosh


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I followed the directions on here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=209533 It works perfectly, and then I install all the files Kexts and the 1201n files so that I can boot from it without any external source, and every time that I restart the computer this shows and it never works!!

Iv had 2 netbooks and i have never gotten it past this stage. post-650183-1280765043_thumb.jpg

 

Please help!! What am I doing wrong?

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that looks quite easy to fix (according to the picture)

 

boot into a linux liveCD and navigate to /system/library/extensions and delete the "SleepEnabler.kext"

 

then reboot with the flag -f

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that looks quite easy to fix (according to the picture)

 

boot into a linux liveCD and navigate to /system/library/extensions and delete the "SleepEnabler.kext"

 

then reboot with the flag -f

Sorry, im not a big linux user, what distro should I use? and exactly how would I go about deleting sleepenabler.kext?

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ok, go here, click start download

 

burn the iso image you get to disc via your preferred method

 

boot to the CD (if the option comes up, don't select install ubuntu, select try it out or something like that)

 

once your on the desktop, at the top go to system and click on your OSX HDD (it should also be on the desktop)

 

navigate to the kext folder (/system/library/extensions) as you would in windows explorer

 

delete the offending kext(s)

 

reboot and boot into OSX with the flag -f

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