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Orkhan Tahirov

Problem with booting Mavericks installer on PC!

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Please help me!

When i plug in usb stick and want to boot in to the Niresh-Maverick (installer) PC start working but then he just restarts!

 

Specs:

MotherBoard : Gigabyte Z68AP-D3

CPU : Intel Core i7-2600

GPU : nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti

RAM : 16 GB

P.S 

Bios : rev 1.0 F3

USB : SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8gb

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Go into your bios, Enable H-PET (If it gives the option, Select 64-Bit, if not, just enabled) and set the Sata controller type to AHCI and try again. 

 

When in the usb part, boot with -x -v and lemme know what happens :)

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I do every thing like u say.

When i boot with -x -v it write something very fast and when it ends PC restarts so i cant say what happens -_-

I realy want to install Mac OS X

Help Please i_i

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Try:

 

-x -f -v GraphicsEnabler=no PCIRootUID=1 npci=x2000 cpus=1 force64

 

That is extremely overkill. If that does not work, try remounting the usb or usin the ISO version and burning to disk.

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Nope nothing work i tried everything: ISO version, 3 USB and every time he just reboots i dont know why

I tried other installers and nothing just work WHY!!!!

P.S can some one check my specs. Maybe i cant just use my PC like Hackintosh -_-

Again my Specs:

MotherBoard : Gigabyte Z68AP-D3

CPU : Intel Core i7-2600

GPU : nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti

RAM : 16 GB

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Ok, can you get to the installer at all?

 

Post an image of just before it restarts? Also, does it just kill or does it kernel panic?

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Lion is 10.7, Snow leopard is 10.6???? Anyways, best of luck man but I no longer know what to recommend. 10.10 is round the corner and if you can live with 10.7, Stick with what works :/

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