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Hey people, i have a major issue. Niresh 10.9 can't even get into the installer. I patched my UEFI BIOS and when trying to get into installer i get a black screen and nothing else until i restart. I even tried to boot with -v, i got 10 lines and in 3 seconds a black screen again. Anyone can help?

 

Setup:

Asus p8h61-m pro

Intel i3-2100 3.10Gz

AMD ATI Radeon hd5450

 

Thanks in advance.

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unplug your graphics card try installation without it 

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unplug your graphics card try installation without it 

Thanks mate. That worked. But i want to use my graphics card. Can you please tell me how to do it?

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Hi again. I've succesfuly installed 10.9 but now i get stuck in first boot (apple logo). I think the problem is my onboard graphics (intel hd graphics 2000). Any suggestions?

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boot with -v and check where it got stop and report me 

 

for your graphics card after getting Mac working plug that and restart

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boot with -v and check where it got stop and report me 

 

for your graphics card after getting Mac working plug that and restart

I'm on hdmi. Vga does not even get me through here. I used SBIOS Macmini 5,1 because it's closer to my specs. I've tried many (including the default) but with no luck.

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make sure you have checked Nullcpupowermanagement.kext while installing 

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do one thing fresh install this time make sure you have selected in customize/graphics/move graphics extensions  tick all except your ati or amd section 

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Ok. Things gone to the worst. My onboard graphics stoped working after the 10.9 installation. I even installed the official bios update but it's not even recognized in bios. Did i just lost my onboard graphics card!?

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Ok. New data man. I installed 10.9 with my radeon 5450 through hdmi port (on tv). I booted and installed 5450 kexts. Now i can only boot with hdmi. No vga no dvi. Any help?

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here are some kext wish they will work and some flags you need to use try with differrent combination like 

 

1.use only these flags and try your own and report me back 

 

set GraphicsEnabler = Yes

AtiConfig=Eulemur

 

 

link 

1....https://www.dropbox.com/s/09wj3080ibg7had/ati_mavericks_5450.zip

2....http://www.osx86.net/file/3488-kext-ati-radeon-5450-1gb-per-os-x-1091/

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Tried every possible combination. No luck. My dvi connected monitor keep saying CHECK CABLE CONNECTION. But my hdmi displays correctly.

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Thanks for your time but still no luck. Is there anything else i can try? I'm trying on dvi and vga but nothing works. Only hdmi.

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I used to have mountain lion working with Intel HD 2000 onboard graphics. Only workable solution was to delete all Intel Graphics kext and use GraphicsEnabler=yes with Chameleon installed

 

then I had to put this into /Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist, as this was only way how change resolution to higher - no other combination worked for me, just 1600x1200:

 

<key>Graphics Mode</key>
<string>1600x1200x32</string>

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Steve cord, I can't use my hd200. I can't even detect it in bios.

Deepak, didn't work man. I'm desperate.

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try to use loadvbios=yes

I'm going mad here. Do you have any other suggestion?

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i think you need to unlock your bios use this link http://biosrepo.wordpress.com/asus/h61/

I did that before the installation. I figured it out. All i had to do is to install EVOenabler.kext. That solve my problem.

Thanks anyway for your time.

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welcome ,,hah i was just thinking you are not able to get installation screen ...anyways good luck ,,have happy hackintosh :D

 

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