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Mike Fripp

Black screen with Blinking underscore

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Mike Fripp    0

Iv'e followed the guides perfectly as far as i can see, everytime i try and boot from my kingston usb with niresh mavericks installed,

it comes up with a blinking underscore and stay's that way. ive been trying for many days to get this working and its really starting to frustrate me! please help?

 

windows 7 home premium 64 bit

intel core i5-2320

asus p8h61-m motherboard

saphire 7850 gpu

 

 

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sloeberGJ    55

Do You have an,uefi board? If so try to disable uefi. Set it to legacy mode. That should boot up chameleon. If that doesn't work use clover uefi.

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Mike Fripp    0

Do You have an,uefi board? If so try to disable uefi. Set it to legacy mode. That should boot up chameleon. If that doesn't work use clover uefi.

i will try this now, i will keep you updated :)

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Mike Fripp    0

Do You have an,uefi board? If so try to disable uefi. Set it to legacy mode. That should boot up chameleon. If that doesn't work use clover uefi.

i couldn't figure out how to turn it into legacy :( or the USB settings?

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Mike Fripp    0

Do You have an,uefi board? If so try to disable uefi. Set it to legacy mode. That should boot up chameleon. If that doesn't work use clover uefi.

 

 

@Mike Fripp can you share your screenshot of your usb selection page?

managed to get it to boot using a iboot disk, but when i click on the install, it decides to restart my pc, what should i do now?

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sloeberGJ    55

That setting is in the boot panne, like this UEFI  Enabled. You should make it disabled. Congratz you just set your bios in legacy mode.

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