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Emix86

Installazione Mountain Lion su GA-X58A-UD7 Rev1 (F7) - Nvidia gtx 560 Ti - 6gb ram - I7 930

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Salve a tutti,

ormai sono due giorni che provo e riprovo ma non riesco a venirne a capo... Ho seguito le instruzioni per fare con kakewalk una usb per la mia scheda madre, ho divuto utilizzare una versione meno recente (4.1.1) perche con la nuova crasha e non crea la usb. Metto la usb nel pc, parte il boot, carica tutti i kext, e poi appena dovrebbe partire l'installazione si riavvia. Ho provato con -v -x -s ma nulla sempre la stessa cosa... Potete aiutarmi?

 

Ho provato anche a seguire altre guide, tra cui quella di farsi da soli una usb avviabile, con quella arrivo fino a quando prima di partire mi appare questa scritta :

 

acpi system state [s0 s3 s4 s5]

 

Non so po più come muovermi...

 

allego file di report del pc.

 

 

Report.txt

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