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Bootloader reboots the computer after install
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Hi, please can somebody help me

It successfully installed onto my hard drive, however when I boot the hard drive and the white background niresh boot loader appears I click on the partition with mavericks on and the computer reboots itself. Mavericks is successfully installed so i don't know why it wont let me boot into the OS. I have an asus motherboard changed the sata type to ahci and i have a AMD fx 8120 cpu. Any suggestions? Thanks

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use proper flags for AMD like amd64 -v ,amd -v or archx86_64

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Hi, i have tried using those boot flags and others. As soon as press enter to run the OS the computer instantly reboots. To install mavericks i had to use -v "Kernel Cache"=amdfx but i have tried using them but the computer still reboots. Any suggestions?

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When you boot form Niresh DVD and then choose your  HDD, then you can boot?

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i tried doing that and the same thing happens, the computer just instantly reboots

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I tried booting with -v -f -x debug=0x144 both in the bootloader and direct from the USB. It brings up scrolling information quickly and eventually reboots itself

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Record the booting process and get the last frame, post it back.

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As per video, I didnt see you entered any boot flag.

 

You check yourself.

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Sorry about that, please look at the new video i have uploaded to youtube. Its hard to see the last frame before the computer restarted but please see the screenshot attached. Thanks, hope you can help :) 

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There is reboot fix in download section, try that.

 

also add one more flag npci=0x3000

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Unplug your Graphics Card then try installation --

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what graphic card you have used ??

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you need to get new one which is supported :(

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