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[Aiuto] problema di installazione. chi mi aiuta?

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con l'hardware indicato sotto ho problemi a fare l'installazione.

quando l'installazione parte si ferma sulla schermata bianca.

quella che esce dopo la mela e dopo che gira il cerchietto.


chi mi da una mano?

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ho provato a vedere però mi sembra tutta roba per lion e snow leopard.

io devo installare mountain lion.

con lion era una volata l'installazione.

Già, ma il principio è lo stesso, quando avvii la chiavetta digita -v e fai una foto al blocco

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come si faad inserire le foto delle schermate?

In basso a destra della finestrella di replica clicca su "More Reply Options"; apparirà in basso la scritta "attach files", scegli il file e clicca "attach this file".


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mi sembra di capire che dovrei cancellare il kext


poi dopo aver installato tutto lo devo rimettere oppure no?

se non lo rimetto ho poi la risoluzione giusta?

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Ciao, non so se ti è utile ma anche a me succedeva la stessa cosa e ho risolto da utility disco, selezionando la chiavetta USB, ripara disco e poi sono riuscito a far partire la nuova installazione.

Spero ti sia utile


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grazie a tutti.

ho risolto togliendo il kext



grazie a ijanez68 ma purtroppo non ha funzionato il ripara disco con utility disco.


ora però ho un altro problema non mi si sente l'audio ne da cd ne da internet.

i suoni del sistema operativo invece si.


chi mi aiuta di nuovo?

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perdonami non ti arrabbiare ma siccome uso l'uscita ottica per gli altoparlanti nel pannello di controllo dell'audio non ho fatto caso all'ultima voce che era nascosta.

bastava far scorrere la barra laterale e sezionare uscita pre out digital. mi fermavo a selezionare line out pensando che fossero digitali.

grazie comunque e scusami.

me ne sono accorto perché nemmeno i tuoi di file andavano e così smanettando ho trovato il problema.

comunque i tuoi anche funzionavano selezionando la giusta uscita.

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