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GA-Z87X-UDH3 kernel panic reading USB install.
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Hi all, today i tried several times to open the installer from the USB stick. I used several extra boot flags as described in the guide made by Niresh, including /haswell, -v -x, npci=0x2000 etc....

Everytime i get the same kernel panic. Currently i have a working 10.9.5 hackintosh thanks too Niresh.

I did not change anything in the BIOS, because it is already setup for Maverick and working great.

My specs are:

Intel i7 4770K socket LGA1150

GA-Z87X-UD3H Gigabyte Motherboard

Asus Geforce GTX 660 videocard.

16 GB ram

Please help me out here.

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@UnrealZombie have you tried

/haswell npci=0x2000 cpus=1

as you are using gigabyte you need PCIRootUID=1 too add it

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@UnrealZombie have you tried

/haswell npci=0x2000 cpus=1
as you are using gigabyte you need PCIRootUID=1 too add it
Thanks Niresh, i tried it even with PCIRootUID=1 and the same Kernel panic came up....

Anymore tips? Thanks in advance.

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Hi, i have the same issue!

 

My spec:

Asus Z87-A

Intel Core i7 4770K

8 Gb DDR3 Corsair

Gigabyte GeForce GT 640 (I have to change it) :D 

2 Samsung SSD PRO 120GB

 

Thanks in advance.

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I too have the same problem:

 

My configuration:

 

CPU (Intel i7 4790K 4GHZ)
Motherboard (Asus Z97 pro (wi-fi ac))
Graphic Card (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780)
WiFi adapter (Broadcom 802.11 ac Network Adapter)
SSD (Corsair Force LX SSD)
HDD (Seagate Barracuda 2 TB)
Chipset (Intel® 9 series Chipset Family PCI Express)
RAM (Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHZ  16GB (2X8 GB)

 

Is there a new builf that is available from Niresh for Yosemite that we are not aware of?

 

Because the download page displays the MD5 details as below:

 

MD5 (Yosemite-Zone.dmg) = 2ea51fa79563a0337b0f8e2cccf2d229
MD5 (Yosemite-Zone.iso) = 6202d476b4bd7ee8278ad44259717d61

 

Upon checking the MD5 checksum after downloading the DMG it did not validate successfully when I tested...

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