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Maverick 10.9.0 installed but when started after the boot showing black screen and voice over

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Hello please help me solve this.... i m trying to install mac since a week tried a lot...

i am actually trying dual boot with my windows 8.1 and mac.... so i am installing mac in legacy mode on my SSD of 32GB....

i have installed mac on my dell inspiron 14z laptop with boot flag -x -v and without boot flag too.. both are not displaying anything... but voice over is always working just the display goes black....

my specification is

 

intel core i7 processor 3517U @ 1.90 GHz

4 Gb ram

Graphics :- intel HD Graphics 4000 and AMD radeon HD 7570

500 GB HDD and 32 GB SSD

 

please i would be so happy i would get the problems solution.....

thank you so much

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I'm not that good with laptops (I hate them, and it's really hard to install OS X in some of them) but I will try to help you xD. Set HD4000 as default GPU from BIOS and try to install it with HD4000 (if it will work you could try to re-set Radeon as your default GPU to see if it works, if it doesn't you will have to use Mavericks with the HD4000). 

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thank u so much for helping me...

...in my dell system there is no option in the BIOS i looked at it

there is no option for choosing the graphics or disabling it...

 

but there is a option as intergated NIC.... enable or disable

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Don't do anything to it, that's the network adapter, I will do some research (today I'm not that good so I have a lot of free time) and I will let you know!  ;)

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I have some news, try to boot with these -v -f USBFix=Yes GraphicsEnabler=No

 

*edit* you can also try with -v -f GraphicsEnabler=Yes (or GraphicsEnabler=No)

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Maybe first is better if you write them before bootin and if they works you can write them in the .plist file.

-v -f should go in kernel flags, for GraphicsEnabler and USBFix you have to make new lines. 

 

<key>GraphicsEnabler<key>
<string>y</string>       ( or n for No)
 
<key>USBFix</key>
<string>y</string>
 

 

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Hello please help me solve this.... i m trying to install mac since a week tried a lot...

i am actually trying dual boot with my windows 8.1 and mac.... so i am installing mac in legacy mode on my SSD of 32GB....

i have installed mac on my dell inspiron 14z laptop with boot flag -x -v and without boot flag too.. both are not displaying anything... but voice over is always working just the display goes black....

my specification is

 

intel core i7 processor 3517U @ 1.90 GHz

4 Gb ram

Graphics :- intel HD Graphics 4000 and AMD radeon HD 7570

500 GB HDD and 32 GB SSD

 

please i would be so happy i would get the problems solution.....

thank you so much

just boot with GraphicsEnabler=Yes PciRoot=1

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