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Hi everybody!

 

I need help, please.

 

Trying to install 10.8.5 ML with Clover on

Gigabyte GA-H61M-DS2V

Celeron G555

ASUS GeForce GT610

 

Clover installed on USB for UEFI systems.

Kexts added: FakeSMC, NullCPUPowerManagement, RealtekRTL81xx

 

When I choose to install OS X in Clover bootloader it return me kernel panic (screenshot attached)

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Hello

 

But you can buy a Nvidia card, because all Fermi cards work since 10.8.3 and Kepler work too(only GTX 750/750ti not)

 

A creep card is GT 610/620/630 i had a GT 610 and it work OOB since 10.8.3

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I'm trying to install Mountain Lion. not Mavericks. Is there any OSX version compatible with such integrated video?

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Try use this flags:

GraphicsEnabler=No nvda_drv=1

Are you talk about Clover?

 

I think problem not in video. Maybe it's Celeron? Should I do something special with Celeron?

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We didn't understand each other. Right now hard drive is empty and I trying to install Mountain Lion from USB with Clover on it. I have another working Hackintosh without any chameleons or myhacks. Just Clover. I'm writing right now from it. But it is not UEFI. So I have no experience with UEFI.

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I create new USB installer with Mavericks. BaseSystem.dmg restored + copy of Packages folder in System/Installation instead of alias + mach_kernel file in the root from BaseSystemBinaries.pkg + Clover with injected kexts. With such vanilla USB installer verbose shows loading drivers with some lines of dots and pluses after dots and stops with same kernel panic.

But later I have some progress! I disable Limit CPUID Maximum in BIOS and process moved forward, but stops in some point and system restarts automatically. New screenshot here.

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