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Anmol Filmeindiene

Stops on Apple Logo/ Restarts before installation

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Hi

I have pc:

 

Intel i7 4770k

16 GB RAM DDR3

1TB HARD DRIVE

500GB HARD DRIVE

160GB HARD DRIVE

 

I cant install Mac, somethimes it restarts, before installitions

Sometimes its stops on aPPle logo, can you help me?

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Glad to hear it. I am sure you translate it accurately though ;)

 

REQ to MOD : Close the thread as SOLVED.

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Also i have a new type of bios with mouse

I can browse the bios with my mouse, its the new version of MSI ;).

 

Please help me.

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Lol, Its not a new type of BIOS but called UEFI. And why so much toggling in your sentence?

Anyway, Need a bit more detail to talk.

Its 160 gb SSD, right? What is your Graphic Card?

Better tell your laptops model name if you can't post detail.

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I thought I should post in here instead of making a new topic. Hopefully, it can aid both of us in our struggle.

 

I have a MSI GT70 20D-064US. It contains an i7-4900mq, GTX780m, 32Gb of 1600 ram, and I'm installing everything onto a Crucial M500 msata 240GB. After doing some research, I've found it to be compatible. I created the USB stick without a problem, setup the bios like I was supposed to, and I booted through the USB stick and clicked Niresh-Mavericks, but just two seconds after the Apple logo pops up before the installation my computer resets. It seems to be the exact scenario nalsur2013 is having.

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It went through about a page and a half of loading whatever it was doing but it blacked out and reset before it even got to the Apple logo this time.

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Same thing happened. It loaded a few things, went black, no apple logo, and reset. This seems a bit baffling as to the root of the problem.

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Sounds like the stubborn kid. kidding ;)

 

Use -v -x GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=1

 

 Try combination of YES or No for GraphicsEnabler and 1 or 0 for PCIRootUID.

 

Total attempts 4 times.

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