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Install on Acer Aspire 7741g

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Hey ,

i wanted to install Mavericks on Acer Aspire 7741g.

I Downloaded it and "burned" it on an usb-stick . I made a 40gig partition in windows (Mac & Windows Dualboot). After i erased the Partition with MAC OS X Journaled , i checked the notebook kexts and after 5 minutes of install the notebook turns off .. 

Can anyone help me ?

AHCI is on !

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Checked the notebook kext means? Don't touch option menu at all if you don't know what are you doing. this time don't check anything just let it install.

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@AeroxGX Does this happen repeatedly ? I always recommend you install OSX on it's own complete drive and get the hang of things before attempting more complicated stuff like dualbooting

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@AeroxGX Does this happen repeatedly ? I always recommend you install OSX on it's own complete drive and get the hang of things before attempting more complicated stuff like dualbooting.

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@AeroxGX Does this happen repeatedly ? I always recommend you install OSX on it's own complete drive and get the hang of things before attempting more complicated stuff like dualbooting.

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@AeroxGX Does this happen repeatedly ? I always recommend you install OSX on it's own complete drive and get the hang of things before attempting more complicated stuff like dualbooting.

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Yes it does , i touched nothign , every time at 17~16 minutes 

It's on an own drive .

I formated it in Mac in 3 Partitions ( Macintosh Journaled - Windows & Data (Empty - Fat32) )

I'm active in Hackintosh forum since Snow Leopard :)

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Devonic

Yes it does , i touched nothign , every time at 17~16 minutes 

It's on an own drive .

I formated it in Mac in 3 Partitions ( Macintosh Journaled - Windows & Data (Empty - Fat32) )

I'm active in Hackintosh forum since Snow Leopard  :)

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