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Mohammad Elayan

[System Crash ] niresh 10.9

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hi guys 

 

i try niresh distro yesterday and everything goes fine ,and this is my first time using hackintosh btw

 

i use the nerish usb , booting ok and make a partetion for mac system , and the system installing in my pc i was happy because no problem happens for boot and other problem i have read in this forum

 

after restart the apple logo show up and my speakers work's like you turn on radio without any station and the sound is noisy

 

after that the system stop and showing me this error ( in the attachment )

 

i try to fix the problem but am new in hackintosh  <_< . i remove the system and try to change some customize setting 

 

and all time the same

 

is there any hope to install it without any problem 

 

 

please help me guys

 

 

my pc spec

 

Mother board:  intel , product name DH67CL

CPU :  i7 2600k

Gfx : Radeon HD 4780 X2

 

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@  thank you for reply :)

 

yes i try 10.9.x the system already booting and i install it , after that when i enter to osx the system give me that error 

 

multibeast can help me with this issue ?

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@  thank you for reply :)

 

yes i try 10.9.x the system already booting and i install it , after that when i enter to osx the system give me that error 

 

multibeast can help me with this issue ?

 

The answer is YES, usually some systems are capable to boot the first time after install but if you don't make some changes in kexts placed in S/L/E The system won't boot up correctly again. (npci=0x3000 or npci=0x200) boot flags may help also. (Install flags may not be the same to regular boot)

1. First try this flags (first one and if don't boot up then the other) If don't boot up correctly do the next step:

 

2. Format drive in HFS+ non case sensitive and customize the install checking parts what you have. Finish install and start OSX first time, before do nothing, Install Multibeast and execute " auto mode" .

 

Tell us your results! 

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ok i download the multibeast 

 

and i want to format my pc and install mac osx again , and after that how can i use the multibeast i cant open the mac osx ?

 

and what is the auto mode ? is there any article for that 

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Multibeast is used on the first boot after install. (You can use it later of course)

 

If you can't enter OSX try to boot once OSX is installed with these flags: 

-v -x npci=0x2000 GraphincsEnabler=No cpus=1

"Auto Mode" in Multibeast is clicking DSDT Free: 

 

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this mac osx work fine after entering the code in booting

 

and open in safe mode now i will copy multibeast in my flash memory and try to install it

 

but i have questions

 

i have issue in boot == boot0

 

and i can't enter to windows again :(

 

and about sound card and graphics

 

is there any support from hackintosh to Radeon Hd 4780 x2 ?

 

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i can't open any media through mac !!! like flash memory or other hardisk 

 

i try to format the other extention to fat32 to put multibeast on it and when i boot to mac using above boot flag i cant find any media 

 

i try to burn multibeast on a dvd and i can't read it on mac what the hek is thaat !

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