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iATKOS L2 freezes at apple logo

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Hi all,

 

I recently downloaded and installed iATKOS L2 on my laptop specs:

 

HP Pavilion g6-1160ee Notebook

intel® Core™ i5-2410M - 2.3 Ghz, 3 MB L3 cache

Chipset Intel HM65

4 GB DDR3 RAM

640 GB SATA HDD

AMD Radeon HD 6470M

 

However after the installation i'm stuck at the apple logo and the spinning wheel freeze, however the sound is on and i can hear something (probably where u create the profile).

i boot with -v flag and it stops at "NTFS Volume name , version 3.1" after a bit of searching it turned out that i have a graphic problem, so i delete the kexts for ATI, NVIDIA and AppleIntelHD.

 

now it doesn't hang at "NTFS Volume name , version 3.1" but hangs at "VoodooBattery 3.1" I tried this flags graphicsenabler=no and graphicsenabler=yes with no luck,

 

Any idea how to fix this.

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i have the same problem..if any one have any solution please tell me.

 

my specs:

Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM Processor (6M Cache, 2.00 GHz)

Chipset Intel HM65

4 GB DDR3 RAM

640 GB SATA HDD

AMD Radeon HD 6770M

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You need to use single user mode to copy across the kexts you need for your graphics card.

You will have to do this before you are able to setup your user account.

 

If you cant boot into single user mode of if you need PS2 support use the terminal from the iAtkos install disk.

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Finally after days off trial and error i was able to solve my problem :thumbsup_anim:

I just deleted two kexts from the extensions folder that were causing the problem AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer and AppleIntelSNBGraphics.

 

Thanks for all the support

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I've the same issue, can only boot in safe mode, By deleting

AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer and AppleIntelSNBGraphics i can boot in normal but then Intel HD graphics 3000 do not load.

 

Processor : Intel core i3 2100

Motherboard : Intel Dh67CL

Disrto : iAtkos l2

 

Possible solutions on different forums.

1. npci=0x2000

2. PCIROOTUID=1

 

but both not working.

:worried_anim:

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I have this same problem HD3000 ID 0116 I dont believe these will run.

I have tried ever solution every edit for days and days.

Dont get a system with this ID.

 

And no one ever comes back after removing frame buffer other kext to say it working with QE/CI

And I have tried other insatll meada olarila too and a boat load of boot media.

 

So until I see it I guess I have to quit for now.

 

More new hardware that is now a paper weight.

 

You really only need to remove AppleIntelSNBGraphics and you can boot with GraphicsEnabler=no -f

For those still taking up the cause.

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hello

 

have u try this

 

Device (GFX0)
	    {
		    Name (_ADR, 0x00020000)
		    Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
		    {
			    Store (Package (0x04)
				    {
					   "device-id",
					    Buffer (0x04)
					    {
						    0x16, 0x01, 0x00, 0x00
					    },
					    "AAPL,snb-platform-id",
					    Buffer (0x04)
					    {
						    0x10, 0x00, 0x03, 0x00
					    }
				    }, Local0)
			    DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
			    Return (Local0)
		    }

 

+ DTGP method

 

good hack

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