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Force to use Voice Over when installing OS Mavericks on ASUS N56VZ Laptop

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I need help to install mavericks on my asus n56vz urgently I have search a lot of info on google but still not sure what to do.. I need a guide like step by step to install it thanks a lot

This is specs of my N56VZ

Intel® Core™ i7 3630QM Processor

Intel® HM76 Chipset

Windows 8 64 bit

DDR3 1600 MHz SDRAM 16GB

NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 650M with 4GB DDR3 VRAM

2.5" SATA

750GB 5400 RPM

I need to know what to download besides niresh also is it a must to download multibeast? I also wanted to do a dual boot as I still need my window 8 as well

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I done the steps that u told me but now I can't even go into the mavericks start up..I will be trying again to see what errors are there.

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I need help seriously from some one who has more knowledge of this.. I tried the niresh install on pc method but it doesn't work PLS HELP!!!

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What do you mean by "it doesn't work" ? What have you tried and what happened ?

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I tried the method on macbreaker.com to install OS mavericks on pc using niresh but it din work when I go into the installation part after selecting the drive to install on I got this message "Instsllation Failed" I din know what happen I followed all the steps

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Yes I downloaded it and use the disk imager to create as a USB installer

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Lets do once again :-

Create USB using win32diskimager

Change BIOS (SATA - AHCI, VT-d - Off, Legacy USB = Yes)

Boot using this new USB with -v

Formatting drive using utility menu.

Installing on this newly created drive.

Boot with this HDD and install missing kext/features using slytherin.

Always boot -v till you have any prob in booting and you have not sort-out almost all problem regarding booting.

if you did all of above then boot this time with -v -x, tell where it halts.

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Alright but now there is a problem the link has no file!

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Ya bro u din give me any link is the link to download the OSX-Mavericks.dmg is gone now I try clicking it a lot of times and the message was shown "it could not be found"

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