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(HELP) Can't boot into ML installer!

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Hello guys.

 

First of all see my hardware on my signature (fully supported by Lion)

 

I follow the usb method to install ML (Bought on App Store) .

So if i boot from usb with "-v" flag , it load all the kext but when i get

 

"Starting Darwin x86_64

Boot flags: boot-ui........etc...etc..."

 

the computer reboots automatically and i can't get into ML installer...

 

So have you any solutions?

 

Thanks.

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I installed using this method successfully.

http://www.tonymacx8...l-based-pc.html

However, I didn't used Multi b e a s t as said in postinstall segment because contents of the multi b e a s t were not for my laptop. However, there is no guarantee that every hardware will be supported. You need to figure out that later yourself.

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I installed using this method successfully.

http://www.tonymacx8...l-based-pc.html

However, I didn't used Multi b e a s t as said in postinstall segment because contents of the multi b e a s t were not for my laptop. However, there is no guarantee that every hardware will be supported. You need to figure out that later yourself.

 

Thank for reply, but i'm using this method yet; the problem is that i can't load the ML Installer....

Any solutions?

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hello

 

remove from de installer in system/library/extensions/ ati6000controller.kext

 

the x4500 is disable ? right ?

 

good hack

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hello

 

remove from de installer in system/library/extensions/ ati6000controller.kext

 

the x4500 is disable ? right ?

 

good hack

 

 

OK now i'll try removing ati6000controller.kext

 

Yes at the moment i'm using the ATI 6670.

Thanks, I'll tell you if it works.

 

OK now i'll try removing ati6000controller.kext

 

Yes at the moment i'm using the ATI 6670.

Thanks, I'll tell you if it works.

 

I've removed the ati6000controller kext, but nothing, it reboots automatically.

I've tried with "-v" flag, but i can't boot in the installer.

 

What should i do? :wallbash:

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-f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000 cpus=1

 

I've just tried with this flags, but unfortunately I've the same problem.....

:(

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go for S/L/Caches in your usbinstaller and delete caches all

 

the problem is in your Extra, post your folder Extra here, and you can try this too: "Have you tried delete PlatformSupport.plist in S/L/coreservices." in you USBInstaller

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go for S/L/Caches in your usbinstaller and delete caches all

 

the problem is in your Extra, post your folder Extra here, and you can try this too: "Have you tried delete PlatformSupport.plist in S/L/coreservices." in you USBInstaller

 

First of all thanks for your patience.

So:

- I've tried to delete caches (there was two folders) in S/L/Cashes (on the usbinstaller)

- I've tried to delete "PlatformSupport.plist" in S/L/CoreServices (on the usbinstaller)

- Booting from USB with " -f -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000 cpus=1 " flags

 

But I've the same problem. :glare:

 

Sorry , what do you mean for posting my Extra folder? I have to post my Extra folder in my Macintosh HD ? :huh:

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POST HERE!!!! I want to see if this is ok!!!!!

 

 

it cam be your configuration in your bios, see if you have one option in processor for "disable bit" put this for disable

 

 

5. IMPORTANT: Set “SATA RAID/AHCI Mode” to “AHCI”

6. Go back (ESC), go to Power Management

7. Set the ACPI Suspend Type to S3(STR)

8. Set HPET Mode to 64-bit mode

9. Save and Exit, by pressing F10

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POST HERE!!!! I want to see this if is ok!!!!!

 

Sorry I was only asking what i had to post....keep calm man :unsure:

So if I try to attach files , I can't choose all the Extra folder from my HD, but only singular files.

 

 

 

it cam be your configuration in your bios, see if you have one option in processor for "disable bit" put this for disable

 

 

5. IMPORTANT: Set “SATA RAID/AHCI Mode” to “AHCI”

6. Go back (ESC), go to Power Management

7. Set the ACPI Suspend Type to S3(STR)

8. Set HPET Mode to 64-bit mode

9. Save and Exit, by pressing F10

 

ok now I'll try this too.. thanks...

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hello

 

post a photo of the verbose boot

 

to see the error

 

-v wait=yes

 

u cpu in mountain lion ????

 

what smbios u are using ?

 

good hack

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Try this

Remove ATI Card. Plug monitor in Intel one (enable it before)

use -v DSDT=No GraphicsEnabler=No

 

 

 

 

 

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1. Remove Graphics Card and use motherboard graphics.

2. Reset Motherboard Bios Default and set SATA mode from IDE to AHCI (Just to be on the safe side).

2. Boot ML Install USB with Boot Flags GraphicsEnabler=No and PCIRootUID=0

3. Run Installer, Partition Destination and continue install.

4. Reboot off of USB installer and select Mountain Lion as boot source.

5. Configure your ML.

6. Run ###### options.

7. Reboot and set bios to boot off of Mountaian Lion partition.

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