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Laptop Asus N550JV

Intel i7 4th gen

16 GB Ram

Nvidia GT 750m 4 gb

1 Tb

 

I made a lot of bootable usb but on the screen they show just for a second the apple logo while installing and then they reboot. In -v install the files keep goin to fast and it doesnt stuck in anything. Just reboot after a while. What should i do ?

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Hey iFIRE in which way should i make a bootable USB becouse im so confused :/ To be in the same ideea of installing should i make a USB boot like this and then to patch mach kernels? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/280756-guide-the-all-in-one-guide-to-vanilla-os-x-including-chameleon-dsdt-for-beginners-updated-for-mavericks/

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yes, make a usbinstaller, download the kernel patched,  then you need change the  original kernel from your installer "the kernel is hidden in the root the your USBinstaller", with   of the patched kernel from link, only if your cpu is Haswell

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yes, make a usbinstaller, download the kernel patched, then you need change the original kernel from your installer "the kernel is hidden in the root the your USBinstaller", with of the patched kernel from link, only if your cpu is Haswell

<br />Thanks i will try it later qnd i will tell you

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