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( GUIDE ) TO INSTALL MAVERICKS WITH CLOVER EFI v2

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New Installer Mavericks Clover EFI-V5

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Edit 16 juin 2015

Now you can run Installer

Mavericks Clover EFI.app

from anywhere

README

 

To do this you need a Mac or Hackintosh PC

If you have Virtual Machine thats working!

You need 8 Gig USB or External HDD

 

**IMPORTANT**

Installer OS X Mavericks.app

on your Applications Folder

 

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preferance System apply

this setting

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Not need to format the USB Drive in the disk Utility !

 

STEPS-1 insert your USB Drive

 

Attentions

The name of USB drive must be without any space

 

Bad Exemple ( MY USB )

 

​Good Exemple ( USB )

 

STEP-2 Start Installer and Follow all steps

 

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The USB Drive will be rename usbEFI

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Now Installer is opening

 

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Select Standard Installation

 

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change destination to usbEFI 

 

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Continue and select usbEFI 

 

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Now select your Clover Mode Installation

 

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Boot Mac OS X from USBEFI

 

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Type space and select boot options verbose mode

to see what append during the boot

 

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Credit

 

Thanks to Slice and are Team Clover for Clover_v2k_r2747. Développeurs: Slice, with help of Kabyl, usr-sse2,

 

jadran, Blackosx, dmazar, STLVNUB, pcj, apianti,JrCs,

 

pene, FrodoKenny, skoczy, ycr.ru, Oscar09, xsmile, SoThOr...

 

Code source, crédits et remerciement à: Intel, Apple,

 

Oracle, Chameleon, rEFIt and Xom. Paquets d'installation crédit à:

 

Chameleon team, crazybirdy, JrCs. Support Fat32, HFS +, ESP.

 

THANKS TO ALL HACKINTOSHERS

 

FOR TESTING

 

Packager CHRIS1111  :)

ENJOY MAVERICKS WITH CLOVER EFI !

                                                                                                                                  Available to download here :)   

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/197-mavericks-clover-efiapp/








 







 

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seem easier for me than native clover setup. i hope it's not a nightmare again. :thumbsup_anim::drool:
thanks Criss! :thumbsup_anim:

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seem easier for me than native clover setup. i hope it's not a nightmare again. :thumbsup_anim::drool:

thanks Criss! :thumbsup_anim:

Depands your Hardware  :)  if its not boot  right away in the first time,  you have possibility to  change the setting on the config.plist on the EFI partition EFI / CLOVER/ config.plist  

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I did all the steps, but my usb device only has one partition?  It boots fine and starts installing but after a while it fails. I have tried the whole process two times now but to no success. Are there any additional steps required? Or is my system just incompatible with clover?

 

Specs: Motherboard: Intel GA DZ77-70K

            Processor: Intel i5 2500k

            RAM: 8gb Corsair Vengeance

            GPU: Nvidia Gtx 580 1.5gb

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I did all the steps, but my usb device only has one partition?  It boots fine and starts installing but after a while it fails. I have tried the whole process two times now but to no success. Are there any additional steps required? Or is my system just incompatible with clover?

 

Specs: Motherboard: Intel GA DZ77-70K

            Processor: Intel i5 2500k

            RAM: 8gb Corsair Vengeance

            GPU: Nvidia Gtx 580 1.5gb

Try to formate the drive fat 32 msdos  one time  and reformat hfs+one partition    before starting installer 

 

or try with another  USB drive

 

looks like your usb drive have a problems   not the hardware i think 

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