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Roshith Balendran

Niresh Mavericks Install Failed on Desktop build which flawlessly run Mavericks earlier

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Hey guys,
 
I have a completely working Niresh Mavericks build and I have successfully updated it to 10.9.5 with out any issues. Everything was working fine.
 
This is the report to my build and how I did it.
 
 
I have fixed sound and multiboot after posting this and I have USB tethered my Android tablet to OSX using PDA.net for internet access.
 
Minus wifi, it was a damn cool build. And I have backed it up using Time Machine as well.
 
Then I bought an SSD and shifted Windows 7 to it and I wanted to dual boot Mavericks and Yosemite in my 200 GB Samsung HDD.
 
So I went into STUPID MODE, formatted the entire hard drive and deleted the Time Machine backup as well... How nice of me.
 
I have only added an identical 4GB RAM stick to my build after posting this.
 
When I tried to install Mavericks first, it fails at 100% with an error message.
 
"Install Failed"
 
"OSX could not be installed on your computer"
 
 
Here is a screenshot.
 
I tried to Dirty Flash it by installing over and over in the same partition with same boot flags, but result is same.
 
 
*** One thing I must point out is, when I booted into USB, I could only see Disk (0,1) Niresh-Mavericks ***
 
But I was supposed to see my HDD as well, right..??? As Disk (1,1)
 
My Desktop Build:
 
AMD FX 6100 3.3 Ghz 
Asus M5A97 MoBo
ATI Radeon HD 6850 GPU *1 GB GDDR5*
GSkill RipJawsX 4GBx2 DDR3 RAM *1600Mhz*
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
Cooler Master Thermal Fusion 400
Cooler Master GX 550W PSU (PFC=Yes)
Iball Nirantar UPS (1000 VA, 600W, Simulated Sine wave, Maximum Transfer Time:14ms)
Logitech G100 Gaming Combo
Razer Goliathus Mouse Pad
Microsoft XBox Controller
Samsung 200 GB 7200 RPM HDD *OSX Boot Drive*
Samsung 840 Evo 120 GB SATA III SSD *Windows Boot Drive*
WD Green 2.0 TB 5400 RPM HDD *Storage*
WD Green 3.0 TB 5400 RPM HDD *Storage*
AOC 22" e2243Fw2k LED Monitor *DVI-HDMI Cable Used*
Logitech C110 Webcam
Altec Lansing 2.1 Speakers *HDMI Audio Out*
LianLi Lancool Dragonlord Cabinet
 
TP-Link TD-W8951ND Wireless Router
TP-Link TL-WN721N Wireless Adapter
 
 
Here is what I did
 
* Removed all other HDD and USB devices
 
* BIOS Settings
 
AMD Virtualization : On
SATA Mode : AHCI
HPET : Enabled
USB Boot : Legacy
 
* Booted using Niresh Mavericks USB 
 
Flags used : amdfx GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=1 -v
 
* Booted into Install Screen
 
* Using Disk utility made two 90 GB Partitions in Mac OS Extended (Journalled) File System, One as MAVERICKS and other as YOSEMITE
 
* Set Partition Table as MBR (Tried GUID Partition Table on reinstall as well)
 
* Closed disk utility, selected Mavericks partition and clicked customize and unchecked GraphicsEnabler=Yes
 
* Clicked Install
 
After 20 mins or so, I encountered this error.
 
 
 
Any suggestions.???
 
I have created a new Mavericks USB and created 2 partitions from disk management in Windows 7 on the 200 GB HDD.
 
Trying to do a clean Install now.
 
And will this error occur if BIOS Time is incorrect. I had to manually adjust BIOS date and time, and even after that error occurs.
 
So help me out guys.
 
Thank you.
 

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I have solved the problem myself...

 

The issue was with my partitions, I have created 4 partitions in exFat from Disk Management Windows.

 

Then I installed using the above mentioned steps and it worked like a charm...!!!

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