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Stuck when I'm booting to the USB drive
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(sorry for my bad english, I'm french)

Hello everybody,

I want to install Yosemite on my computer but it started wrong...

I downloaded Yosemite-Zone.dmg and putted it to my USB drive with TransMac.

I restarted my computer and I booted on the USB drive.

I have the Red Apple on a grey screen with two words : Hackintosh Zone.

I waited, waited, I let my computer running for the night and when I woke up this morning I saw again the loading screen with the loading bar stuck in the middle of the bar.

I didn't see anything like "Welcome to the Installation of Yosemite"... I'm disappointed.

So what can I do to avoid to be stuck ?

I booted with the flag /haswell only, I'll try npci=0x2000

I have an ASUS H87M-PLUS motherboard with an Intel Pentium G3420 processor.

Thanks in advance,

McNikk0s.

 

EDIT : I tried npci=0x2000 and I've got the same problem. :(

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i have the same issue = stuck on the hackintosh zone logo, i hve a asus maximus vi gene lga 1150 cpu es = engineering sample 

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check md5 hach for your yosemite zone dmg file i downloaded this file 3 times before it succed.

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check md5 hach for your yosemite zone dmg file i downloaded this file 3 times before it succed.

 

I downloaded it 6 times and it didn't work. I tried to install Mavericks Zone 10.9 with -v and I'm stuck at "Bluetooth [i don't remember exactly what was written]". :(

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I downloaded it 6 times and it didn't work. I tried to install Mavericks Zone 10.9 with -v and I'm stuck at "Bluetooth [i don't remember exactly what was written]". :(

Hi,

Try to boot with -v -x.

 

Do you have a intel graphic card? if yes try

 

boot with -s boot flag

in command line

Type:  mount -uw /

Type:  cd /System/Library/Extensions

Type:  mkdir intel_back

Type:  mv AppleIntelHD* AppleIntelF* intel_back/

Type:  touch ../Extensions

Type: Reboot

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