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as i said, i dont know why, im successfully installing.

i make bootable usb with disk utility and r2716

 

im using Yosemite 10.10.5 and Kernel from Bronya. after install, it's asked to restart, after restart.

when i choose my OSX disk, nothing hanppened, blackout, and it's restarting again, and again, and again, and again.

 

for installing im using npci=0x2000 -v. only that and i can install with smooth.

 

i already try boot to OSX disk with

-x -v arch=i368 arch=x86_x64 AtiConfig=Duckweed/Bulrushes GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=0/1

 

my spec:

 

Athlon II 435 unlocked to Phenom II B35

Asrock 965GM GS3 FX

Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb

XFX HD 6850 Black Edition

 

im sorry for my bad english,

thank if someone can help me..

  • 4 months later...

Same "non-error", I successfully installed OSX (Yosemite-Zone) with default arguments, default kernel and all went well, when I restarted and choose to boot OSX (through Clover) it hangs on Apple Logo. I tried booting in verbose mode and it instant-restart with no text output.

 

My spec:

APU: AMD A6-4455M

GFX: AMD Radeon HD 7500g

MSB: Acer Havok V5-551 (UEFI Mode Enabled)

Did you copy the kernel to the HDD after the installation? Follow this tutorial to copy what is needed. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312049-amd-post-install-preparation/

Thanks for your answer.

 

I tried but had no luck. It doesn't hang anymore when I boot without args, it just restart after some seconds. In verbose-mode it instant-reboot. Should I try another kernel maybe? I tried the default one (located in "MyUSB"/System/Library/Kernels/kernel) and the "amd" one (Located in "MyUSB/amd") where can I find informations about the difference between "amd, amd1, amd2, amd32, amd64" kernels?

My post was in reply to reyhanal as it's his topic.
 
You will need to boot without caches. Also Niresh/Yosemite-Zone is not recommended.

My post was in reply to reyhanal as it's his topic.

 

You will need to boot without caches. Also Niresh/Yosemite-Zone is not recommended.

Woops, sorry. I thought same error same topic. I'll open another topic because I can't still boot

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