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First hackintosh install failure BaseSystemBinaries.pkg

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Mike Witts    0

Hi Guys,

As the title suggests this is my first attempt at installing OS X on a PC. Each time I fry to install it fails, install log says

an error occurred while extracting files from the package "basesystembinaries.pkg"

I believed it to be bad boot disk missing the file based on the rest of the error.

My Spec is:

Asrock extreme 3 990fx

Amd fx6300

8GB ram @1333 (iirc)

And using an amd Radeon 7650 gpu

Booting using amdfx

Have tried

PCIRootUid=0 (and =1)

GraphicsEnabler=No (and =yes)

Tried recreating the boot disk with same image

Redownloaded the image

And various combinations of everything above.

Hopefully one of you guys can help me out :)

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Niresh    2,312

@Mike Witts Looks like the image that you've downloaded has some errors 
redownload or hash check with torrent

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@Mike Witts Looks like the image that you've downloaded has some errors 

redownload or hash check with torrent

Hi Niresh,

Thanks for the quick reply - Ill try again and let you know :)

 

Whats the correct hash string? Or if you could point me in the right direction of where to find it that'd be great.

 

Mike

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Mike Witts    0

JUst performed hash check and got 

 

0224eaad6b9d4f7ca764b53ba9cbc9f1

 

is this correct from the DMG from torrent?

 

About to try again so hopefully ill be able to post back with good news

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