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I have laptop HP Pavilion x360 laptop

I cannot boot from USB Chameleon it restart if i slect again form usb it continous restart .

Please anybody can help me to install osx

computer info.

  Computer:       Computer Type   ACPI x64-based PC       Operating System   Microsoft Windows 8.1       OS Service Pack   -       Internet Explorer   11.0.9600.17239       DirectX   DirectX 11.2       Computer Name   MYPC       User Name   SM       Logon Domain   MYPC       Date / Time   2014-08-26 / 10:40       Motherboard:       CPU Type   QuadCore Intel Pentium N3520, 2417 MHz (29 x 83)       Motherboard Name   Hewlett-Packard HP Pavilion 11 x360 PC       Motherboard Chipset   Intel Bay Trail-M       System Memory   3986 MB (DDR3-1600 DDR3 SDRAM)       DIMM1: Samsung M471B5173DB0-YK0   4 GB DDR3-1600 DDR3 SDRAM (11-11-11-28 @ 800 MHz) (10-10-10-27 @ 761 MHz) (9-9-9-24 @ 685 MHz) (8-8-8-22 @ 609 MHz) (7-7-7-19 @ 533 MHz) (6-6-6-16 @ 457 MHz) (5-5-5-14 @ 380 MHz)       BIOS Type   Insyde (05/09/2014)       Communication Port   Communications Port (COM1)       Display:       Video Adapter   Intel® HD Graphics (2106860 KB)       Video Adapter   Intel® HD Graphics (2106860 KB)       3D Accelerator   Intel HD Graphics       Monitor   Generic PnP Monitor [NoDB]       Multimedia:       Audio Adapter   Intel Bay Trail HDMI @ Intel Bay Trail SoC - HD Audio Controller       Audio Adapter   Realtek ALC282 @ Intel Bay Trail SoC - HD Audio Controller       Storage:       IDE Controller   Intel® Pentium® processor N- and J-series / Intel® Celeron® processor N- and J-series AHCI - 0F23       IDE Controller   Realtek PCIE CardReader       Storage Controller   Microsoft Storage Spaces Controller       Disk Drive   ST500LT012-1DG142 (500 GB, 5400 RPM, SATA-II)       SMART Hard Disks Status   OK       Partitions:       C: (NTFS)   443.0 GB (271.0 GB free)       D: (NTFS)   22389 MB (2220 MB free)       Total Size   464.9 GB (273.2 GB free)       Input:       Keyboard   Standard PS/2 Keyboard       Mouse   HID-compliant mouse       Mouse   Synaptics PS/2 Port ClickPad       Network:       Primary IP Address       Primary MAC Address   90-48-9A-0B-6A-69       Network Adapter   Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)       Network Adapter   Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter       Network Adapter   Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter (       Network Adapter   Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller       Network Adapter   VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet1 (       Network Adapter   VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet8 (       Peripherals:       Printer   EPSON08DDFB (WF-3540 Series)       Printer   Fax       Printer   HP ePrint       Printer   Microsoft XPS Document Writer       Printer   Send To OneNote 2013       USB3 Controller   Intel Bay Trail SoC - USB 3.0 xHCI Host Controller       USB Device   Generic USB Hub       USB Device   HP Truevision HD       USB Device   Mediatek Bluetooth Adaptor       USB Device   USB Composite Device       Battery   Microsoft AC Adapter       Battery   Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery       DMI:       DMI BIOS Vendor   Insyde       DMI BIOS Version   F.08       DMI System Manufacturer   Hewlett-Packard       DMI System Product   HP Pavilion 11 x360 PC       DMI System Version   0977100000405F00010420180       DMI System Serial Number   CND4222XW7       DMI System UUID   84C2B9FC-D40111E3-B2A02880-23E89139       DMI Motherboard Manufacturer   Hewlett-Packard       DMI Motherboard Product   2209       DMI Motherboard Version   57.33       DMI Motherboard Serial Number   PEEATK2WV6OYQL       DMI Chassis Manufacturer   Hewlett-Packard       DMI Chassis Version   Chassis Version       DMI Chassis Serial Number   Chassis Serial Number       DMI Chassis Asset Tag   Chassis Asset Tag       DMI Chassis Type   Notebook


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Guest InfamousSynergy

First off, Enable HPET and set your SATA controller mode to AHCI in the bios. After that, Use the Niresh Mavericks build and use win32diskimager to mount the DMG file to a usb drive (8gb or larger)

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You have to have AHCI enabled in your BIOS. It may be labeled as IDE/SCSI/SATA and you want to select "SATA". TAKE CAUTION, though, because Windows will not run if you change this setting since it was not installed with this setting. Also, you must ensure you have a SATA drive if you select it.


In addition, make sure you downloaded the .dmg file and NOT the .iso file, my computer would not boot using the .iso. Use Win32DiskImager to mount the DMG file to your USB drive and boot from it using HP's boot menu (usually one of the F keys at first startup).

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We need to unlock the bios to allow these settings to be enabled I have gotten a bootloader to load using clover bootloader i can get to uuid is screen then what i believe to be a write failure due to the AHCI being disabled and or a kernel panic due to the Pentium n3520 central processing unit not having an adequate kernel

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