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Karun Gupta

Unable to boot mavericks


Hello sir,


I am a newbie, and wanted to install, hackintosh on my laptop.



Acer aspire 5745G

Intel i5 430M 2.26GHz

Nvidia gt330m 1 gb

4gb ram

500 gb hdd


The problem is i am not able to boot mavericks even with -x.


I tried many flags -x -v but neither booted mavericks, i searched forum and found to set legacy usb support=yes, but i did not find such option in my BIOS and i also tried to search VT/D and was unable to find this option also.


Please sir help me out, I really want to run mac on my pc.



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wait buddy, dont be so desperate.

As per you picture its not a clear prob.


Try this -v UseKernelCache=No PCIRootUID=1 (or 0 if 1 didnt work)

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Your graphics card is optimus (Automatic switching when needed) ?


If yes then trying following before re-installing.


-v -f PCIRooutUID=0 (or 1) GraphicsEnabler=No IGPEnabler=Yes (or No)


try all combinaions of above flags.


Can you disbale your graphics card in BIOS?

If no then disbaler the nVidia.

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