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Hackintosh stuck on Apple logo
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i´ve installed the Hackintosh OS X Mavericks 10.9 from Niresh. The installation is successfull without any Error´s or something.


Then my PC is reboot and when i will start the Mac OS X, the OS will boot and stuck on the apple logo. If i boot with the bootflag "-x", so this will have no affect.


I´ve tried many things, before i wrote this thread. Here my tried solutions:




"-v -f -x"

"GraphicsEnbaler=0" / "GraphicsEnabler=1"

"npci=0x2000" / "npci=0x3000"

"PCIRootUID=1" / "PCIRootUID=0"

"-s" and the other terminal actions


I installed Mac OS X Maverick three times and everytime, i get another error. So i don´t know, what can i actually do, to boot the OS X and work with them.


Here i will show you my hardware setup:


Type: Acer Aspire Predator G7700

Motherboard: Acer MC72XE

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550

RAM: DDR 6 Gb; PC2-6400

Graphic: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/9800 GTX+


On my BIOS, i could not setup "HPET" to 64 bit, because there is no BIOS Entry for this. 


Have anyone a solution, for booting this operating System?



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yes i use chameleon Bootloader. But i dont know what you mean with gpt or mbr.

Sorry for this. If mbr mean Master Boot Record so i could Tell you, that i Parted the disks with guid (or something like this) :)

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Ok, After install Mavericks three times again, i stuck on the following position: 


setDesc  change description Microphone (Pink Rear) channel 2 assoc 2

Previous Shutdown Cause 5

SMC: :smcInitHelper ERROR: MMIO regMap == NULL - fall back to old SMC


When i try to boot with -x the the system stuck on "catalog files".


At the moment, i dont know, what i could do, to start Mavericks.


Could you please assist me.

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Hey, before i try to install Mavericks, my First install was Yosemite.


But i had the Same issue with Yosemite. 


So i take Mavericks for preinstall and when it works, i will Update to Yosemite ;)

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