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Will My System Run Yosemite?

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Hi,

I have an Zoostorm Desktop PC with the following specs:

  • Motherboard A55MX
  • BIOS American Megatrends Inc Version B73F1P02
  • AMD A8-3870 3GHz Quad Core Processor with built in AMD Radeon 6550D graphics
  • 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • 320GB system HD with 1TB extra hard drive.
  • 2GB AMD Radeon HD6670 Graphic Card
I would like to try the MAC OSX on this machine but I am not sure if my system comes under the compatibility. I would like to hear your thoughts.

Thanks in advance. :):)

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I have tried to install the Yosemite on my machine by following all the steps. I am stuck at the current position for the past 20mins and it's not going anywhere. Please see the attached file. Any help would be appreciated.

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maybe i´m blind, what for attached files did you mean !?

Sorry, I was unable to upload the photo because of the size limit. All sorted now.

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try with /amd*whatever* npci=0x2000 -v

if it hang up again /amd*whatever* npci=0x3000 -v

Hi,

Following your steps I have managed to install Yosemite this far. Please see the image. Now, as soon as I press enter, the computer restarts. Any reason why?25gzd4j.jpg

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Hi,

Following your steps I have managed to install Yosemite this far. Please see the image. Now, as soon as I press enter, the computer restarts. Any reason why?

 

did you after install finished, restart the installer usb stick and move the kernel ?? 

don´t think so ;) 

 

 

open terminal from installer usb

enter: 

 

ls /Volumes  will show you name of devices 

 

cp -/Volumes/"Image Volume"/amd64 /Volumes/"Mac OS"/System/Library/Kernels/kernel

rm -rf /Volumes/"Mac OS"/System/Library/Caches

kextcache -/Volumes/"Mac OS"

 

Image Volume is the Volume that the Stick have for me 

/amd64 is the kernel that we used to copy into kernel folder

Mac OS is the name you have installed your Hackintosh System for me personal OSX  :)

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did you after install finished, restart the installer usb stick and move the kernel ??

don´t think so ;)

Sorry, I am lost. Do I have to move the kernels before the installation or after?

How do you open the terminal? I can see terminal in utility Menu? Is this the one?

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after install and yes the terminal next to hdd format etc

As soon the installation finishes my computer restarts. Is there anyway to stop it from restarting?

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