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Keyboard not working at selecting yosemite zone screen.

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I previously installed yosemite on my pc. It worked well. But I can only boot the yosemite by cliking F10 advanced boot option and have to select my Hard drive. It didn/t boot automatically. So I just mounted the EFI folder and replaced the files from the original EFI I got from a link. Probelm started. So I planned to install Yosemite again. Keyboard not worked. So I boot back windows 10 and replace everything. But when I try to install yosemite again, sill I'm facing the probelm. Keyboard not working at selecting Yosemite zone screen. Keyboard is well functioning at BIOS screen, advanced boot option screen, even in my windows 10. But it freeze at the below screen. I tried everything, changed my Boot mode to UEFI and Legacy, reset CMOS by removing CMOS battery, restarted minimum 50 times, Changed my keyboard from USB to PS2, changed my USB keyboard port to every port. Please help me to solve this.


 


My System Config :


 


Intet i3-2120 CPU@3.30GHz


1 TB Hard drive


8 GB Ram


2GB GT610 graphic card


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Step 1: Don't use a distro. They are hacked copies of Mac OS and are generally loaded with stuff that clogs the OS when you don't need it. Your hardware can easily install OS X without the use of a distro. Try it vanilla using createinstallmedia and Clover rather than Chameleon as Chameleon does not support UEFI.

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Hi, Thanks for you help. Since I'm newbie to Hackintosh please instruct me step by step. I want to install Sierra on my pc. Please help me step by step. Is there any tutorial for this? And what is mean by distro? 

 

Please help me to install Sierra on my pc.

 

Intet i3-2120 CPU@3.30GHz

1 TB Hard drive

8 GB Ram

 

2GB GT710 graphic card

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