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Stuck at 0 seconds remaining.
Taking an awful long time to restart (30 minutes and counting) and mouse seems to be frozen.

After a hard boot I would have to start the installer again.
Currently trying to install on my Evo 120gb ssd

Will post up installer log if it doesn't work this time around.

Any suggestions?

Mobo: ASUS H97M-E LGA1150 mATX Motherboard
CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K Devil's Canyon 4.0GHz Socket 1150
Graphics: ASUS GeForce GTX 970 Strix 4G DCU II OC Graphic Card
SSD: Sasmsung 840 Evo 120gb

RAM: 16gb G. Skill
 

flags: -v dart=0 nv_disabled=1 npci=0x2000 Graphics_Enabled=No IGP_Enabler=Yes

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What installer are you using?  If you are not having much luck this way, then go to www.rampagedev.com and download the Haswell.dmg file. It has complete instructions to successfully install Mavericks or Yosemite.

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Thanks for the reply. I was using Mountain Lion by the way.
I restarted manually after an hour or so later.
It somehow installed but now I can't get past the bluetooth IO / Graphics error.
Bit of a fruitless venture trying to install ML 10.8.5 on a 'too new' system, but I'm trying!

Hopefully someone could help.

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