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I had tried to install Mac os x on my Intel i3 PC. I use that method I found. And a virtual-box with Mac os x is installed to setup a MyHack installer USB stick.

However, when I enter the MyHack boot screen and enter the text mode (-v), it shows some prompt and the screen just simply turn black.

Could anyone help? Is there any other installing method using USB stick? Thanks.

 

That's my configuration of my pc:

Intel i3-530

MSI H55M-E33

 

Shing

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I had tried to install Mac os x on my Intel i3 PC. I use that method I found. And a virtual-box with Mac os x is installed to setup a MyHack installer USB stick.

However, when I enter the MyHack boot screen and enter the text mode (-v), it shows some prompt and the screen just simply turn black.

Could anyone help? Is there any other installing method using USB stick? Thanks.

 

That's my configuration of my pc:

Intel i3-530

MSI H55M-E33

 

I used a family members MAC, Installation DVD, & NBI to build my USB stick for install. Amazingly, it installed off the stick with no problems on a Acer One 532h NetBook with 64bit atom proc & 1GB ram. After install, I had to deal with a few drivers. But it did install and boot.

 

I am not sure of the exact link, but there was a HowTo on this forum for using a USB Stick that has been patched with NBI.

 

John

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I had tried to install Mac os x on my Intel i3 PC. I use that method I found. And a virtual-box with Mac os x is installed to setup a MyHack installer USB stick.

However, when I enter the MyHack boot screen and enter the text mode (-v), it shows some prompt and the screen just simply turn black.

Could anyone help? Is there any other installing method using USB stick? Thanks.

 

That's my configuration of my pc:

Intel i3-530

MSI H55M-E33

Hi,

 

You are a little vague (no signature) but the -v boot option (aka verbose mode) normally outputs a lot of lines on your console.

 

What boot options are you using? I use busratio=17 which in your care should be replaced with 22.

 

I'm not saying that this is the/a solution, but hey we have to start somewhere without additional info.

 

Cheers,

 

Sam.

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