Recently upgraded to the Yosemite Public Beta and everything is working beautifully, as expected but playing videos causes my hackintosh to crash.
Now I know it's not a Yosemite-specific issue because I had this same issue when I was using Mavericks and installing the NVIDIA Web Drivers fixed it for me (along with the pink-stutter frame issues in Flash Player) but the NVIDIA Web Drivers do not work with Yosemite yet for some reason (don't see why not other than version checking) and they disable themselves on startup.
Hope this is not just something I'm experiencing myself, tried to do a bit more googling and can't find any references (love all the info going around, almost seems like I never have to post anymore and I really try to avoid doing so but I'm completely stumped with this issue)
I have a late 2012 Mac Mini i5 Dual Core which came with 4GB RAM, been using it since December '13. I decided to Upgrade the RAM (Memory) to 8GB and bought 'Two Corsair Value Select 1600 MHz' 4GB RAM sticks and upgraded it to 8GB about a week and half back. Currently Running Mavericks 10.9.3
Since then I have experienced that the Mac during some youtube videos, hangout video calls (Chrome Browser) etc crashes and I get the 'Grey Screen asking me to press any button to Restart screen'.
It happens atleast once daily sometimes twice. today it happened a lot.
I've checked the 'About Mac' memory tab says 8GB with both sticks working fine. Even ran a Apple Hardware Test this morning and got a clean result.
Hello, can anyone please tell me how to make an Automator service which enables you to open a YouTube page which is already open in Safari in mplayer? I have tried many ways but all of them have been fruitless up to this point. Can someone please help me out with this? Thanks.
Built a hackintosh and now you're stumped because Youtube and other Flash media just won't load properly no matter what you try?
I had the same problem and Googling leaves a bunch of unanswered questions.
Here's what I did:
Step 1) Install the most compatible video kext for your build (Even if QE/CI don't work)
Step 2) Install most updated version of Adobe Flash
Step 3) Install Google Chrome (most updated version)
Step 4) Open Google Chrome settings
Step 5) At the bottom, click Advanced Settings and uncheck the option for hardware acceleration
Step 6) Restart Chrome and open a Flash video, right click it and hit Settings
Step 7) Uncheck Flash's option for hardware acceleration
Step 8) Restart Chrome again and you should have full Flash support