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What's the problem? boot stuck after DSMOS
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Hi,
My english is very poor so... be forgiving

the Niresh installation is good but when i try to boot OSX, i can't.
I'm trying a lot of flag but nothing else better...


Here is screenshot with flag -x -f -v and flag GraphicsEnable=No

Configuration is in my sign

Thanks for help

Olivy

 

 

Hardware Details: AsRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance - i5 2310 - MSI R7750 2GD3 Radeon HD7750 - Ram 8Gb Corsair DDR3 1600

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Well well well

 

All my problems disappered with the update 10.9.2!

 

Many thanks!!

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@olivy I Have never seen issue like this ( Not DSMOS)

If it is DSMOS first try installing without Graphics Kexts (Select the package Backup Graphics Extensions in the customize Section)

If that doesn't work all i can suggest is to use USB Keyboard & Mouse Unselect The Package PS2 Keyboard Mouse Support in The Customization ( Before The Installation)

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Hi Niresh,

Thanks for the reply.

The boot stuck after "DSMOS has arrived".

I'm trylng without Graphics Kexts, it's the same thing.

For your 2nd suggestion i have PS2 keyboard, it wasn ´t a problem if i unselect the PS2 Package?

Thanks,

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Ok. i reinstalled without PS2 package.

after i used dart=0 bootflag to be sure it wasn't a VT-D problem (i founded a post about this).

 

Now, i'm in front of a screen that asks me "user" "password" but my keyboard isn't responding...

 

so, i think that i must resintall whith PS2 Package and use dart=0 bootflag, no?

 

Thanks,

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Ok. Finally the graphic problème was disappering after clover bootloader install with "inject ati" tag.

Now it's Safari who flashing when i'm moving the mouse...

Sometime it's like a stroboscope with Youtube per exemple...

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