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New Mobo and CPU - Chameleon wont boot

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Burdy    0

Hey guys,

So as the topic says, new motherboard and CPU - Chameleon wont boot. Black screen when I press OS, and Mac just crashes into a boot cycle. How do I fix this?

Btw - Windows boots fine on my other HDD when not using Chameleon, so guessing its a chameleon problem.

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- Intel I5 3570k (CPU)
- AMD 7970 (GPU)
- MSI Z87 - G45 (Mobo)
- HAWKU2 (Wifi Adapter)
- REALTEK ALC1150 

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Deepak    1,701

- Intel I5 3570k (CPU)

- AMD 7970 (GPU)

- MSI Z87 - G45 (Mobo)

- HAWKU2 (Wifi Adapter)

- REALTEK ALC1150 

again check it can't be possible ,your CPU is 3rd Gen and Mobo is 4th Gen ...

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Deepak    1,701

make you are using Mavericks ,,,boot with -v and report us ,...

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Yes OS X Mavericks is installed. 9.0 I believe.

-v get same result. Windows doesn't boot either from Chameleon so is it a Chameleon issue?

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Deepak    1,701

install latest Chameleon Revision or Choose Clover Bootloader 

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install latest Chameleon Revision or Choose Clover Bootloader

And how would I do this without acsess to OSX? Can you install it from windows?

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No, boot using Your Installation USB (but select installed OSX on HDD). Then re-install chameleon or clover.

Chameleon you can install via Slytherin or Multibeast.

For clover see guide section.

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