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Install OS X Yosemite 10.10 on HP notebook
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Hello everyone,
I apologize for my bad English.
 
I'm following this guide:
 
to install OSX on this notebook:
 
At one point the guide it says that I have to use a custom kernel, so I have to type "/hp", but where?
 
I have tried the following steps:
 
1. I created no problems the PenDrive
2. I started the notebook with PerDrive
3. appeared lettering on a black background: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eudhyzpv4wvyud9/1.JPG?dl=0
4. I typed "-v /hp" (without quotes: I hope I have done correctly)
5. At one point appeared the following error:
 
The OS Xinstallation couldn't be completed
 
The guide is written in case of error type:
cp -f   /Volumes/"Image Volume"/haswell   /Volumes/"Mac OS"/System/Library/Kernels/kernel
rm -rf  /Volumes/"Mac OS"/System/Library/Caches
kextcache -u  /Volumes/"Mac OS"
 
substituting, of course, the variables with those of my context.
Where should I put these strings? I have to edit a file into the PenDrive?
Which one?
 
I hope with some of you are very kind to give me some advice?
If you need some more information please do not hesitate to ask.
Thanks in advance

 

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boot first time via USB with / hp if you have a haswell hp boot / haswell

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Thanks for the answer, but I still do not understand:-(
1. Where can I see if I have a haswell?
2. Where do I write / haswell?
3. Where do I write BootFlag? Do I have to edit a text file?
 
PS: I tried typing "-v /haswell" after the string "boot:", but after 30 minutes it seems that went into the loop with the string you see in the image I have attached:
 
I'm desperate:-(
Do you have any advice?

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Well I had a problem similar to this but for me, after it the words lag and if I look closely it says "Cannot save Panic Log to NVRAM" and "Ddeebbuuggeerr nnoott ccoonnffiigguureedd" (which means "Debugger not configured" but I wrote it exacly like it was on my screen)

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