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After Installing Os X 10.8.5 Succesfully On Amd Fx What Do I Do So I Can Use It After Installing?
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Please help asap I need to be able to use it after installing and able to fix the graphics issue that makes it glitchy then I need to be able to use it properly.!!!

 

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1. Run the terminal http://splights.eu/screencloud/osx10.8.5_2013-12-26_15:10:29.jpg

2. Type in the terminal: sudo cp /mach_kernel /mach_kernel_old

    This make a backup of the current kernel and you can boot your system if this method not working for you.

    Just type in the bootloader if your system will broken after this fix method: mach_kernel_old

3. Download this kernel: http://www.osx86.net/file/3716-1085-amd-kernel/

4. Remove the old kernel and replace with the new:

    In the terminal: sudo rm /mach_kernel

                             sudo cp (drop your downloaded kernel file here on the terminal window) /mach_kernel  (example)

                             sudo chown root:wheel /mach_kernel*

                             sudo chmod 644 /mach_kernel*

5. Rebbot and pray

    Remember: if your system not booting after this, than you must enter this in the bootloader screen: mach_kernel_old npci=0x2000 dart=0

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Ok. I use Clover to boot on to my windows and os x but i have to keep using clover and i'm fine with that. I just don't know why my screen is all glitchy like if I was using a cracked screen. What i believe is that i have to disable graphics enabler but just don't seem to know where to do that mind helping m. I am a amd user.

8320 fx proccesor

16 gb of pny ram

6870 asus 1gb video card

then running the os on a 1tb harddrive

Sorry for the misspelling using the os x but its glitchy and it does not show all the lettering and images.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/yk1i32y4lqdby3e/2013-12-28%2023.43.16.jpg

for example look at this picture.

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1. Run the terminal http://splights.eu/screencloud/osx10.8.5_2013-12-26_15:10:29.jpg

2. Type in the terminal: sudo cp /mach_kernel /mach_kernel_old

    This make a backup of the current kernel and you can boot your system if this method not working for you.

    Just type in the bootloader if your system will broken after this fix method: mach_kernel_old

3. Download this kernel: http://www.osx86.net/file/3716-1085-amd-kernel/

4. Remove the old kernel and replace with the new:

    In the terminal: sudo rm /mach_kernel

                             sudo cp (drop your downloaded kernel file here on the terminal window) /mach_kernel  (example)

                             sudo chown root:wheel /mach_kernel*

                             sudo chmod 644 /mach_kernel*

5. Rebbot and pray

    Remember: if your system not booting after this, than you must enter this in the bootloader screen: mach_kernel_old npci=0x2000 dart=0

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