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Hello to everyone, couple days ago i try to install OS X10.9.1 on My PC and something don't work properly :(   if somebody can help please, my spec :


Motherboard : Intel DH77KC 

CPU : i7 3770

RAM : 12 GB Crucial

HDD : 500 GB (for mac only)

Video : ATI 5770 1GB


so then i try to install system in normal mode, installation process stops then i see on the  white(gray) screen mouse  i can move mouse but nothing else try to wait 1H and nothing :(


Then i try to install system with -x -v everything works 


it took me almost one day to driver for LAN card but i founded from ##### intel1000 works perfectly


video only its show like they see driver but video don't work my be because is safe mode 


Sound don't work and i can't start-it :(((((


when i try to start system in normal mode after installed in safe mode system freeze, like i see apple and spinning flower under and nothing else wait 2h and nothing :(


so may be some one can help me with some right way how to install and make everything work


here is some pictures: 


Please HELP who can  and sorry for my english




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well, first  go to bios and disable your IGPU HD4000, your card HD 5770 work O.O.B only with GraphicsEnabler=No and  in your boot.plist


1. delete your AppleHDA.kext, then download these two dow,  and install with Kext Wizard app to S/L/E, repairpermissions/rebuild caches/reboot
for sound  Realtek* ALC892 audio codec  here Download ,  and HDAEnabler.kext from here HDAENABLER.zip
Now boot only with -v and sure that is good :yes:
Good Luck!!!!

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Thank you for fast answer so in the bios its disable Integrated Video




and i add the kext wich you told me but nothing :( in safe mode is no sound but i se something new 




if i try to start with -v  system stuck in screen below i try to wait 1h and nothing :(




Settings wich you told me i did





What can be the problem ??? Thnx for you help


when i start in safe mode with -x -v  i see screen below and  after in couple second starts good but no sound no video card :((



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Ok so on different forum founded somebody about "disable the VT-d option in BIOS" an my PC start working in normal mode with no problem and Video working great 

but i cant finde something about this sound card 


So problem Partial solved, almost :))




Board Intel DH77KC
First to make system run right i was suppose to "disable VT-d option" in the BIOS
for LAN Kext (i use Intel1000 driver ([url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url])
for sound use (Realtek ALC 892 without DSDT) also from [url=&quot;http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/&quot;]#####[/url] 
now system work perfectly icon_e_smile.gif
THX to all who try to help me

Problem solved

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