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El capitan hackintosh kext and bootloader

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Intel® Core™ i5-2450M CPU @ 2.50GHz


Lenovo base board


4gbsingle channel ram


intel hd 3000


Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n

Wi-Fi Model Atheros AR9285 Wireless

Bluetooth Bluetooth 2.1+EDR




Finally installed el captain successfully i tried many ways but was unable to install a working bootloader or any kexts


Could someone help and tell me how to install a bootloader which is easy and good

And how to install the basic kexts like audio wifi keyboard and trackpad

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I tried installing clover with these settings but i am getting this error


I also tried the hfs command but got error unable to create a filesystem



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Thanks clover is installed and i replaced the folder in efi as you said but unfortunately i cant boot from it

It restarts as i press enter

It does show a line but it restarts quickly and i cant read it

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