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Maverick on an Asus X501A1
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Bonjour tout le monde !

I'm asking your help for a first Maverick install with Niresh's os.

I'm not a beginner, but my previous installations were a 10.3 and a 10.5 on a very compatible pc, and a 10.9 niresh whit VBox.

I hope you will give me good advices with my asus x501a1 laptop.

I'm actualy running ubuntu Dual boot Window$ 8.

For the hardware, it's a celeron b830 (1,8 Ghz), 4 gigs of ram, intel hd graphics 2000, but I don't really know for the other components. I would like to install osx 10.9 with niresh's distro or macpwn.

Thank you for your help

ps : I'm french, please excuse my shatered english

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You could download the distro and try to boot it, but im not sure if your cpu is compatible with OSX mavericks. Use as bootargs: -v  IGPEnabler=yes

 

If anything goes wrong or the install crashes/hangs please post a photo of what is wrong.

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Vous pourriez essayer de installer le distro niresh sur votre ordinateur, mais je ne suis pas sûr si votre processeur est compatible avec mavericks. Utilise ces bootargs: -v IGPEnabler=yes

 

Si quel que chose va mal pendre un photo de votre écran

 

Bonne Chance :)

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@ go for the distro

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Thank you a lot, I'll try it as soon as possible (surrely this afternoon after school).

Je vous tien informé de l'avancement du projet ^^

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I tried with the distro and a BootDiskUtility formated usb, clover boots, and after it shows me a crossed circle

In -v, it´s a "error loading drivers", any help ?

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Try adding bootarg -x

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Already tried, it didn't worked and hang at the same logo and the same line.

Merci quand même ^^

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So, do you think I can really install it, or should I go back to 10.8 ?

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