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Can I install this on an AMD A4-5300?
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My setup is a Trinity AMD APU build.

 

AMD A4-5300

AMD Radeon HD 7480D (IGP)

Gigabyte GA-F2A75M-HD2

4 GB RAM

Realtek HD ALC887/ALC88B Audio Codec

 

If there are any other things needed please tell me

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You would probably have to try but maybe not succeed because the AMD is not all that really supported !

Koranny

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once you successfully install OSX then you can worry about the finding the kexts :)

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So far nothing. I issued -amd -v -nossse3bit and nothing. What boot flags would you suggest I try? 

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try and download the new released 10.8.5 from niresh and let us know.

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try and download the new released 10.8.5 from niresh and let us know.

Nope nothing. Its stuck on Loading.. extensions.mkext What I did notice was the fact that it kept on loading mach_kernel even though I've put amd or amd64 in BootArg on the options. At least it didn't instantly reboot.

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have you try downloading AMD BOOT ISO ?and burn it to a disk .have you try that also?

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have you try downloading AMD BOOT ISO ?and burn it to a disk .have you try that also?

How would I use it?

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I have 

AMD A4-4000

AMD Radeon HD 7480D (IGP)

MB Gigabyte F2A68HM-DS2

I successfully installed OS X Mavericks 10.9 with USB

Every Thing Fine except Graphics and I still try to find out way to fix it

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First, I see a lot of different answers in this thread. 

 

Niresh has included kexts for AMD, that work best with the LATEST VERSION, which is Yosemite 10.10.1.

 

Get the .DMG file, burn it with Transmac, and boot up. Use the flags -v and /amd to boot into the system and install. If you get hangups/kernel panics, post pictures in the appropriate subforum for me to help you out with.

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