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asrock z87 extreme6 + i7 4770

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hello guys
I'm going crazy!!!

I have a asrock z87 Extreme6
with i7 4770 haswell
16gb ram
asus gtx660ti

I did a lot of tests.
just start the installation dell'hackintosh I get the apple for 1 second and then reboot the pc

I tried it with ML 10.8.2 and 10.8.5 ML

the bios should be ok. ahci enabled. acpi enabled.

use a USB boot made ​​with myhack.
I also tried with versions of niresh.

always the same problem

thank you!!!!!!

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Haswell is not compatible with 10.8.2, only 10.8.5 and 10.9.x


While setting up OSX, always boot in verbose mode -v (you should see text, not the Apple)


Check these BIOS settings:



Limit CPUID Max - Disable

Execute Disable Bit - Enable

Intel Virtualization - Enable

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thanks for the help

virtualization in the bios is already active, the other 2 items that signals me I have not.

with -v there are many writings that go fast but I can not read anything.    then reboot

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Be sure you have the latest BIOS.


Also, you do have the Execute Disable Bit setting.  In your BIOS, it is called "No-Execute Memory Protection".  This should be enabled.  It is found in BIOS -> Advanced -> CPU Configuration.

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