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MSI GS70 - Unable to boot install

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Hi,

 

I have an MSI GS70 Stealth Pro. I did manage to install Mavericks previously, however, I am unable to boot Yosemite.Zone 10.10.1 installation. 

 

Tried the following :

 

-v

-v -f

-v -x -f

-v -f cpus=1

-v -f cpus=1 busratio=24

-v -f /haswell

-v -f cpus=1 busratio=24 /haswell

 

But all I see is Chameleon loading some kexts and then it reboots. What's wrong?

 

Specs : 

 

Intel Core i7-4710HQ

16 GB Ram

2xSSD 128GB (usually in RAID but I tried setting AHCI too)

1TB HDD (I have a Mac partition there where I want to install Yosemite. Windows is on the SSD.)

Intel HD 4600

NVidi GTX 870M

 

 

Thanks

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Kernel Panic, need the right boot flag

 

If you could just give more useful hints that would help. It doesn't look to be a kernel panic as it reboot instantly.

 

I tried the version 10.10 instead of 10.10.1 because it has UEFI USB Boot Support and I could easily reach the installation without any flags. However, i am unable to boot the installation. Instant reboot just like on the USB 10.10.1.

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