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[Help] PCI Configuration Begin 10.8.2

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Hi all, I'm a little bit newbie to hackintosh but I have a problem. I recently built a new pc which spec are:
ASrock H87M motherboard
1 stick of 8 GB Cruical ballstix RAM

Seagate Baracuda 7200rpm SATA 3 HDD

Intel Core i5 4570 CPU

and Nvidia Geforce GTX660 OC.

Now whenever I'm trying to boot installation of any hackintosh (I've tried iAtkos and niresh) I got stuck at [PCI Configuration Begin]. I searched a lot of forums, tried various boot flags (GraphicsEnabler=No, npci=0x3000(and 0x2000), -x, -v) but nothing helps i just stuck here. So now I'm searching for help there. Here is the screenshot of niresh boot(its kinda same as iatkos) maybie it will help  link

 

Thanks

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try flag pci=no    aslo can u test for multiplexing issues aka usb 3.0 working in 2.0 ports. is nullcpumanagement kext needed if so this means u have a locked msr ?

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try flag pci=no    aslo can u test for multiplexing issues aka usb 3.0 working in 2.0 ports. is nullcpumanagement kext needed if so this means u have a locked msr ?

I tried this flag, it didn't helped  :(

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put in the Extra/Extensions folder of the your USBInstaller or if you have the system intalled put in S/L/E  and boot with -f -v npci=0x2000 UseKernelCache=No

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put in the Extra/Extensions folder of the your USBInstaller or if you have the system intalled put in S/L/E  and boot with -f -v npci=0x2000 UseKernelCache=No

Thanks, I will try it and post results here :)

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put in the Extra/Extensions folder of the your USBInstaller or if you have the system intalled put in S/L/E  and boot with -f -v npci=0x2000 UseKernelCache=No

Today I tried that and it didn't work. I read somewhere else that only OS X 10.8.5 and later support haswell. So I'm now going to try install 10.9 with MyHack.

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