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Hello everyone. I have been trying to install os x Mavericks for a long time, but it gives me lot of problems so I came here to see if I could fix it somehow. Well, first of all I will give some information about the computer I'm trying to install it on:

 

It's an Asus with uefi, EZ mode, 2001 version.

Motherboard: A88XM-A

CPU: AMD A4-6300 

Dual core, 3,69 Ghz

Internet: Realtek 8111G

Sound: Realtek ALC887-VD

Graphics: Integrated AMD Radeon HD graphics

 

First, I tried with [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], but it turned off as soon as it entered the apple logo screen. 

Then, I tried with Niresh. It installed, but the graphics were laggy and the internet, the sound, and well the graphics in general weren't working. I tried to install the kexts but didn't find them or either didn't know how to install them. And in addition, it gave me the boot 0 error.

 

And now is when the real problem comes, I have tried using myhack. I have done all the proccess correctly, and now in the guide i've been following it says I have to replace the mach_kernel for a downloaded one that works for amd and mavericks. I have downloaded the os x mavericks installer from the Appstore but I belive it is the 10.9.5 version of it. Anyway, in case it was the 10.9.4 when I replace the kernel and rename it, after have intalled os x on the computer with amd, I then copied using the installer and the terminal, and removed the kernel from the hard disk, and then copied the one that works for it. Well, when I try to turn it on it suddenly turns off. I put it in verbose mode to see wheres the problem and it says: "Can't find mach_kernel" I have copied the commands and such correctly, and the names of the hard drive and USB too. I really don't know what to do.

 

Thanks in advice, I'll be looking forward to hearing from you. If I break any forum rules please tell me and I will fix it, thanks again and greetings.

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hello ,

 

Graphics: Integrated AMD Radeon HD graphics , no CI/QE (no works)

 

Hi there! And wait, really? Can't I have in any way os x working properly on that computer due to it graphics card? There is no kernel or patch for it? I wouldn't mind if it had to be another version instead of Mavericks

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no, it will never work correctly predict a CG PCIE ;)

 

What about this? (Found in hackintosh zone)

 

AMD Radeon Cards

 
xfx+radeon+hd+6870.jpg

From 2009 to 2011, all real Macs used AMD Radeon graphics cards. This means that Hackintosh support for AMD cards from these years is pretty good. However, support for the newest generation of AMD Radeon graphics cards in Mac OS X is still very spotty.

 

Supported by Mac OS X

And this? (Found in hackintosh zone)

 

Experience The Truly QE/CI Acceleration of Radeon Graphics In Mavericks...With DSDT Injection!!!

 

Experience The TRUE DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 SURROUND SOUND via HDMI by DSDT Injection!!!

 

http://www.osx86.net/files/file/4040-amd-radeon-hd-7xxx-r9-series-graphics-drivers-for-mavericks-109x/

 

Supported Products:

>>>>HD 7600 Series

HD 7700 Series

HD 7850

HD 7850M

HD 7870

HD 7870 XT

HD 7650

HD 7970

HD 7970M

HD 8850M

HD 8970

HD 8760 OEM !!!!<<<<<

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HD 5450 / HD 4670 / HD 6670 / HD 4850 (75 hz 1600x900) / HD 6850 / HD 7950 // 8400 GS/GT / GT 220 / GT 610 / GT 440 / 9800 GT / GTX 460 / works ( my graphics card) ;)

 

very good graphics card :D 

 

http://www.cdiscount.com/informatique/cartes-graphiques/sapphire-amd-radeon-hd7950-3go-gddr5-avec-boost/f-10767-111969890g.html?refer=&cid=search&cm_mmc=SE_mckv!sSnwnvYNz_dc!pcrid!62761431802!&type=MF&gclid=Cj0KEQjwu-CuBRCQ2byQtMep7e0BEiQABQKlkXA6W1oVgGkGex87hGapG3xIGArVlFcVXv97pO95pqkaAo1B8P8HAQ

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