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Hi all , i have a problem getting niresh to boot after installation.
 
First of all sry for my english.
 
System specs:
 
CPU: Intel i5 4670k
Mother: Asus Gryphon z87
GPU: GTX 760
 
On the installation ( from the dmg image ) i choose the followig boot options ( xpcm-free npci=0x2000 -v GraphicsEnabler=0)
OS X runs fine but the only way to boot is from the usb where you can choose which partition you want to boot and the boot parameters , everything runs smoothly its detects all of my hardware.
But .. when i unplug my usb and boot from the Chimera bootloader i get an instant reboot, i tried using no parameters and (-v GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000), but i get the same instant reboot
 
Anyone has any idea of what is causing that problem ?
 
Ps: Sry for my english if i'm not clear enought please let me know and i will try to clarify.

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Hi all , i have a problem getting niresh to boot after installation.
 
First of all sry for my english.
 
System specs:
 
CPU: Intel i5 4670k
Mother: Asus Gryphon z87
GPU: GTX 760
 
On the installation ( from the dmg image ) i choose the followig boot options ( xpcm-free npci=0x2000 -v GraphicsEnabler=0)
OS X runs fine but the only way to boot is from the usb where you can choose which partition you want to boot and the boot parameters , everything runs smoothly its detects all of my hardware.
But .. when i unplug my usb and boot from the Chimera bootloader i get an instant reboot, i tried using no parameters and (-v GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000), but i get the same instant reboot
 
Anyone has any idea of what is causing that problem ?
 
Ps: Sry for my english if i'm not clear enought please let me know and i will try to clarify.

 

Same Board with i7-4790 and GTX750 TI, same Problem.

Is your USB-Stick MBR-Format and the Disk GPT?

I think its a bios problem with booting A GPT-Partition, no fix found yet.

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I found a solution that worked for me.

 

Boot from the usb , once inside OSX ( the one that you have installed ) run multibeast then install the Audio 892 realtek drivers ,etc ,

 

and then on the terminal run

perl -pi -e 's|x74x6c(x48x83xc7x28x90x8bx05..x5ex00x85x47xdc)x74x54(x8bx4fxd8x45x85xc0x74x08x44x39xc1x44x89xc1)x75x44(x0fx32x89xc0x48xc1xe2x20x48x09xc2x48x89x57xf8x48x8bx47xe8x48x85xc0x74x06x48xf7xd0x48x21xc2x48x0bx57xf0x49x89xd1x49xc1xe9x20x89xd0x8bx4fxd8x4cx89xca)(x0fx30x8bx4fxd8x0fx32x89xc0x48xc1xe2x20x48x09xc2x48x89x17x48x83xc7x30xffxce)x75x99(x5dxc3)x90{7}|x74x73${1}x74x5b${2}x75x4b${3}x66x81xf9xe2x00x74x02${4}x75x92${5}|g' mach_kernel

and from windows i used EasyBCD ( for dual boot ) and set the new boot entry

 

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