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my computer Configuration:

lenovo T430U

CPU-3317U

Graphics-HD4000+GT620M

sound-ALC269

NIC-BCM4313

if i restart from mavericks 10.9 ,i can't see bios,it's black screen .Then into win7 system ,also black screen.but i can listen boot music。

Who can help me? Tanks a lot.

 

boot with chameleon。I also try clover ,but black screen.

if i Press the power button to shut down ,then press again i can see bios .and it works fine。it has QE/CI

Tonight I found something ,if i delete HD4000.kext ,it's normall,if mavericks load ,then boot it's black screnn。

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hello

 

u shoul try all u find to make it work...

 

my advice in problematic installation.. is to have 2 mac os x.. one to boot and make modifications in the other for test..

 

extract u clean dsdt to make some modifications..

 

what resolution u have ?

 

good hack

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hello

 

u shoul try all u find to make it work...

 

my advice in problematic installation.. is to have 2 mac os x.. one to boot and make modifications in the other for test..

 

extract u clean dsdt to make some modifications..

 

what resolution u have ?

 

good hack

i have two system ,one -win7 ,the other-mavericks.i have dsdt.

i drived HD4000,But have't perfectly.

if i restart from mavericks 10.9 ,i can't see bios,it's black screen .Then into win7 system ,also black screen.but i can listen boot music。

Who can help me? Tanks a lot.

 

boot with chameleon。I also try clover ,but black screen.

if i Press the power button to shut down ,then press again i can see bios .and it works fine。it has QE/CI

Tonight I found something ,if i delete HD4000.kext ,it's normall,if mavericks load ,then boot it's black screnn。

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hi

 

do a clean install with chameleon

 

put this in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist

 

<key>GraphicsEnabler</key>

<string>Yes</string>

<key>IntelCapriFB</key>

<string>4</string>

 

 

good luck   ;)

thank you for your reply,i tried ,but i failed.maybe i must modify appleintelframebuffercapri.kext ,change ports.what do you think.

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