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Instal USB won't find kernel
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Instal USB won't find kernel

Hi.

I am stuck with my PC and can't load the installation program of Yosemite.

After I managed to build my own InstallESD on a USB stick, I tried Chameleon, Clover and Chimera but failed.

None of the bootloaders found the kernel and therefore won't load. Chimera 4.1.0 at least says

"Loading Darwin 10.10.5

Kernel Cache ignored.

Loading kernel /System/Library/Kernels/kernel

Can't find /System/Library/Kernels/kernel"

Any suggestions?

 

Thnx

BC

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Project Hackintosh:

GA-b75m-d3h

i5-2500K

8 GB Ram

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Load up the installer again and copy the kernel that you used from the insatller to the installed macos partition.

 

example: cp /volumes/Image Volume/amd64 /System/Library/Kernels/Kernel

this command will copy and rename the file too.

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On 2. Oktober 2016 at 1:25 PM, csabikaa97 said:

Load up the installer again and copy the kernel that you used from the insatller to the installed macos partition.

 

example: cp /volumes/Image Volume/amd64 /System/Library/Kernels/Kernel

this command will copy and rename the file too.

Thanks.

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