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Hello guys, I have a problem with Yosemite, I created the usb stick with MBR and custom KERNEL, which are those that are downloaded from the website, I state that I can only install if they are SATA and not as DHCP, installed the system at the end of Installation gives me error as attached image, how can I fix it?? My requirements are: intel xeon E5405 4GB RAM 250 GB SATA HDR ati 1600pro, thank you ..

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I am also having this Issue Is there anyone that can help us fix this. 

Thanks for all the work going into this.

 

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someday care to help in fixing this error please....i am having this too

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just don't select a boot loader.. install the boot loader after you have finish installing yosemite.. hope it helps..

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thanks for replying, but how do i install bootloader after installing yosemite, could you please explain, thanks

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thanks for replying, but how do i install bootloader after installing yosemite, could you please explain, thanks

 

if you have finish installing yosemite without selecting bootloader. you cannot boot at the first time but you can boot on your usb installer and continue to yosemite.. then install your bootloader of your choice. either chameleon or clover..

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just don't select a boot loader.. install the boot loader after you have finish installing yosemite.. hope it helps..

 

Still can't get it to work, do you have any other solution?

I am trying to use the DP2

 

Asus P8H67

16 GB 1333MHz OC@ 1600MHz

Asus ATI 6850 1GB GDDR5

Intel Core i5 3450 @ 3,2GHz

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change your smbios to Mac Pro 3,1 before you create the bootable usb your Os must be Mac Pro 3,1 thanks

 

<key>SMproductname</key>

<string>MacPro3,1</string>
 
 

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