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boot0ss : error after installing yosemite 10.10.1

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I have installed yosemite (10.10.1) zone dmg in intel i3 (4th Gen.) Haswell processor (Acer Asore E5 571 33YS laptop) with bootflag /haswell  -x - PCIRootUID=1.

But when the computer retarts it is showing boot0ss : error. I have no other option but to use the pendrive again to boot from the Hard Disk partion.

How can I solve the matter? How to boot Yosemite (10.10.1) directly from the hard drive without using any bootflags.

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Need to get a copy of multibeast for yosemite. Then when the install is done boot off the usb key to boot your system up. Then once your up and use multibeast 

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On 1/22/2015 at 7:15 PM, smtkrghsl11 said:

I have installed yosemite (10.10.1) zone dmg in intel i3 (4th Gen.) Haswell processor (Acer Asore E5 571 33YS laptop) with bootflag /haswell  -x - PCIRootUID=1.

But when the computer retarts it is showing boot0ss : error. I have no other option but to use the pendrive again to boot from the Hard Disk partion.

How can I solve the matter? How to boot Yosemite (10.10.1) directly from the hard drive without using any bootflags.

Same error and problem for me.. But using sierra 10.12 and clover bootloader. with intel i3 3.4ghz (4th Gen.) Haswell processor, Gigabyte ga-h81m-s Motherboard, 8gb RAM 1600mhz, geforce gt210, segate 500gb HDD, 24inch benq monitor. Please can anyone solve...

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