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Several problems with installing OS X on Asus 1201n

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I've followed guides for Snow Leopard and Lion but they're not working for me. When i do all the steps for preparing usb installation stick, the drive is not bootable (chamaleon, unibootx, chimera) are not recognising them. Is there anyone who will help me with that? For now I'm using Windows 7 and my netbook has 3GB RAM, unlocked Bios (AHCI support and overclocked FSP).

 

 

About two weeks ago I've tried with iAtkos SL3, it hangs at the DSDT error (I don't remember whole sentence but it told me that there's no file)

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Try with myHack. Just remember to gather all the kexts needed for 1201n. Worked for me with Mavericks but I did it quite some time ago and can't really produce a guide. Good luck.

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