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System Uptime in nanoseconds error :/


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I have been trying to install osx mavericks on my system using this guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl_33uukcxo and it isnt going very well. i have installed successfully but when i try to boot with the usb bootloader I get a system uptime in nanoseconds error. i have tried using


-x -v -f npci=0x3000 graphicsenabler=no cpus=1 pcirootuid=1 kernelcacheenabler=no 


in every combination i can think of but it just wont boot. 

i can provide information as required and your help is greatly appreciated.I am very new to this so if i sound like an idiot when it comes to mac, thats because i am. 

anyway, specs are 


12gb ram ddr3

msi 970a-g43



as i said i can provide verbose screens etc as required. thank you for your time.

(also, apologies for caps-lock and possible absences ofspace buttons. i am using my families computer and their keyboard is failing.)


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1. Plug your usb in rear usb 2.0 port and boot from there. (For some reason, front usb ports create problems)

2. Instead of using [amdfx -v] use this ["KernalCache"=/amd busratio=16 -v]


Thats how I succeeded


My build:

FX 8150

Radeon HD 7850

m5a99x evo

16 GB G.Skill RAM

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