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Bill Sherlock Hedges

your hackintosh is being configured

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Hi,

I've successfully installed Mavericks on my AMD machine (have had a fully working setup on this same machine before) however have run into a new problem on boot.

When I boot the machine it runs the usual "your hackintosh is being configured" pop up. After a few minutes it completely locks up and doesn't respond until I perform performance hard reset.

My specs:

AMD Phenom II x4

6GB RAM

NVIDIA GTX560 Ti

NVIDIA GT520

Asus M5A99X evo

As I say I've had Mavericks running smoothly on this setup before - so not sure why I'm getting this problem this time around.

Anyone got any ideas?

Can't even think of any log files to check. Are there any?

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Okay so I don't think it's related to the configuration as it has managed to configure successfully now but still freezes after a few minutes of use. I suspect it's a temperature problem?

Can anyone help with advice on what to check?

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It's definitely my GTX560 Ti that's causing the issue - I have removed it and the machine hasn't locked up for at least 10 minutes.

Can anyone help fix this problem?

 

I have tried the freezefix.app - but to no avail.

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I used a different USB as my installation media and it worked fine.

Don't know if it was the USB or the ISO - supose this could help anyone else in the same boat.

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hey ... i have the same problem but i dont know how to fix it .... the machine works only a few minutes and then block

  restart and then the same problem again.
please, help me  

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:D 

 

 

i fixed the problem

after the installation and restart boot with this command -x
is a problem the configuration with kext 

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