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10.9 frequency output error/ not supported
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Hi everyone,

Fairly new to the hackintosh community so apologies if I can't describe things as thoroughly as I should.

I have tried to install OSX using a couple of different methods. At first I successfully installed snow leopard. I intended to update to mavericks via the App Store. Unfortunately, I could not get my ethernet working. I obtained a wifi dongle (DWA 131) and managed to get connected to the internet although I couldn't get the App Store working despite trying the appropriate fix.

I decided therefore to try niresh in the hope to get straight to mavericks. I tried installing but each time I try my monitor blinks up with the frequency output not supported. I have tried with two separate monitors and the same issue with both. The installer is working as I can hear the hard drive being accessed, it just won't show an image. I have tried VGA and hdmi but same issue for both.

I have tried with the following boot flags:

-v

-f

-s

GraphicsEnabler=no

Graphicsmode= (with a lower resolution)

But alas nothing works. Could anyone assist me?

My set up is:

Z77 d3h

I5 3570k

2tb WD black

Samsung evo ssd

Hd 7850

If anyone can help me it would be appreciated.

Kind regards,

Ian.

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Hi guys,

Just wondered if there is anyone who could help me at all?

Thanks for all your help.

Kind regards,

Ian.

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