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TheZeroageTM

Boot Flags for Chameleon (Yosemite Zone)

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Before I cut to the chase here are my specs:

 

AMD FX 8320

GTX 750 

16GB Ram

1TB WD Blue

1TB WD Black

Asus M5 a97 LE 2.0

400W Thermal Take

 

My question is what boot flags should I use when I'm trying to boot my hackintosh for the first time through chameleon? If I do /amd it says it cant find /amd. The only things that kind of work are npci=0x3000, PCIRootUID=0 and GraphicsEnabler=No. If i use those it boots into some text and then it freezes at [iOBLUETOOTHHCICONTROLLER][sTART] -- completed. 

 

If I try booting in safe mode using -x by itself or with any other flags, it reboots my pc. Does someone know what I should do? Thanks.

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I am trying to install any mac on my pc but I am out of luck Currently I am installing Yosemite in my pc:-

 

Intel E5200 @ 2.5 ghZ 

2 Gb ram ddr3 

Biostar G41D3C 

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500.

 

Every time I am getting stuck somewhere

When I boot without flags it stucks at apple logo

-v 

Stuck at FakeSmcDevice successfully initialised 

-v -f cpus=1

com.apple.AppleFScompression TypedatalessloadSucceded

com.apple.AppleFSCompression TypezlibkmodstartSuccsessfully

tried other bootflug:

​-v  PCIRootUID=1 & 0

-v  -x pci=0x2000 & 0x3000

         GraphicsEnabler= YES & NO

 

all same attached result! ANY EXPER MIND got single clue???? any special BOOT FLUG!!

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It looks like graphics problem. Because after bluetooth is pci configuration. I have same graphics card, and after instalation I was booting with - PCIRootUID=1 ahcidisk=1 debug=8 dart=0 npci=0x2000 and nv_disable=1.

 

So try it out. I think that nv_disable=1 can help you to solve this problem.

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Ok I found out how to do it, I rebooted with the bootflag nvda_drv=1 but now im just experiencing a black screen when the hackintosh boots. I can see my mouse though.

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Do you booting without nv_disable=1?

 

try to boot with: nvda_drv=1 npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1 -v 

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