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Installation procedure is stuck after finishing loading on a black screen with a white frame in wich there is tow instructions
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Hello;

 

My laptop specifications:

 

 Model:  Asus S551lb

 Processor:  Intel® Coreâ„¢ i7 4500U

 Memory:  DDR3L 1600(O.C.) MHz SDRAM 8 GB

 Graphi c:  NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 740M with 2GB DDR3 VRAM

Storage: WD 1TB HDD 5400 RPM SATA

 

If you need more specifations you can visit this link:

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_VivoBook_S551LB/

 

The problem:

 

I was traying to install Mac Os X Mavericks on my laptop (via Niresh) but I had the instant reboot problem so I used the (xpcm-free -v -x) command to avoid this issue.

But now I have another problem:

After typing the (xpcm-free -v -x) and hiting Enter the program start loading files and executing the specified actions ...

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Every thing goes well until it reaches an error message "I think" (bootcachecontrol unable to open /var/db/bootcache.playlist: 2 no such file or directory).

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Well the program stops some time at this message however it continues until it reaches a black screen with a mac cursor loading and a white frame appears

with to animated pictures showing some instructions "I think" and the program is sutck at this level but I cannot figure out what they mean or what I should do.

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I dont know if the (bootcachecontrol unable to open /var/db/bootcache.playlist 2 no such file or directory) is causing this problem or not.

I searched may forums and many posts but I did not find any thing helpful.

 

I do really appreciate your help and thanks in advance for responding. :)

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@Abdelkrim This isn't a problem with bootcachecontrol. I believe the bootcachecontrol notice can be removed, but most users simply ignore it (as it's not this that's stopping your hackintosh from booting).

 

Try GraphicsEnabler=No as a boot flag.

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