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Today I went out to the shops, bought an 8GB USB, and tried to follow the Mountain Lion ###### Install. This is what happened:


1) Mounted App Store Mountain Lion on USB in VMWare

2) Booted up with flag GraphicsEnabler=No (My GPU is not supported, ill be using HD4000)

3) Installed ML successfully on an independent HDD.

4) Rebooted after install, onto my Thumb Drive; and selected to boot into my Mountain Lion HDD (instead of USB)

5) Plugged in my other thumb drive, and started ######.

6) On ######, I installed [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and my audio drivers.

7) I edited the org.chameleon file in /Extra to 'GraphicsEnabler=No'


I read from somewhere that Chimera now has automatic support for HD4000 graphics.


Is this true?


After I had done the above 7 steps, I took the plunge and rebooted into the HDD.


I got some sort of very strange white characters upon a black screen, and something was obviously not right.


What have I done wrong? Is there a step I've missed out on?


Cheers, and sorry for my long post.



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i5 3570k

Radeon 7970

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