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Unable to install Yosemite Zone.dmg in Acer Aspire E5 571 33YS notebook

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Unable to install Yosemite Zone.dmg in Acer Aspire E5 571 33YS notebook

I tried to install Yosemite Zone.dmg (10.10.1) in intel i3 haswell PC with a USB (disk image restored with transmac) using boot flag  /haswell –no-zp –x  and formatted the whole 1 TB hard drive with Mac OS extended (journaled). 

Thereafter I made 5 partitions. First partition is ‘Yosemite HD’ (190 GB, format Mac OS extended (journaled), Second partition is ‘Cinema’ (250 GB) , format -ExFAT  Third is ‘Windows 8.1’ (160 GB), format MS-Dos (FAT). Fourth is ‘Songs Videos’ (260 GB), format ExFAT. Fifth is Documents (120 GB), ExFAT.

 

After that, selected Master Boot Record and clicked ‘Partition’ tab only to get the error “Could not mount disk2s6 with name Documents after erase”.  After partitioning, I selected “Yosemite HD” to install Yosemite 10.10.1 and when I completed installing the distro in “Yosemite HD” I got the installation error saying “OS X  could not be installed on your computer. The Operation could not be completed.  Undefined error 0. Quit the installerto restart your  computer and try again.” When I restarted my computer I got “boot0ss: error_”

 

I did the installation again,   but here before restarting the computer  I went to ‘Terminal’ and typed the following commands.

cp  –f  /Volumes/“Image Volume”/haswell  /Volumes/ Yosemite”/System/Library/Kernels/kernel

rm  –rf  /Volumes/ “Yosemite”/System/Library/Catches

kextcache –u  /Volumes/ “Yosemite”

But I got the error “Read-only file system” in every Image Volume and

“rm :  /Volumes//Image Volume: Resource busy”

When I restarted and booted through USB to “Yosemite HD” I got kernel panic.  

 

 

I also used boot flag  /haswell  –V  –X PCIRootUID=1 or  /haswell  –V  –X  ncpi=0x2000 but got the error “disk1s2 : device is write locked” when using the above terminal command.

 

I also have attached the error Log of the installation.

 

The specification of the above note book is as under:

 

Product type

Notebook

Form factor

Clamshell

Processor model

i3-4030U

Processor family

Intel Core i3-4th Generation (HASWELL)

Processor frequency

1.80 GHz

Processor cores

2

Processor threads

4

System bus rate

5 GT/s

Processor cache

3 MB

Processor cache level

L3

Processor socket

BGA1168

Internal memory

4 GB

Internal memory type

DDR3L-SDRAM

Memory slots

2x SO-DIMM

Storage media

HDD

Hard drive capacity

1000 GB

Hard drive interface

Serial ATA

Memory card suppoted

Secure Digital SD card

Display resolution

1366 x 768 pixels

On-board graphics adapter model

Intel HD Graphics 4400

Discrete graphics adapter model

  X

Optical drive type

DVD Super Multi

Built-in microphone

Yes

Wi-Fi standards

802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Ethernet LAN

Yes

Ethernet LAN data rates

10, 100, 1000 Mbit/s

VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity

1

HDMI ports quantity

1

DVI port

X

Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports

1

Microphone in

Yes

S/PDIF out port *

x

Docking connector *

x

DC-in jack *

Yes

ExpressCard slot *

X

CardBus PCMCIA slot type *

X

SmartCard slot *

X

Pointing device

Touchpad

Operating system installed *

Linux Linpus

Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) Technology

Yes

Intel Smart Connect Technology

Yes

Intel Anti-Theft Technology

Yes

Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology

 

Yes

Intel Virtualization Technology

 

VT-d, VT-x

 

Intel HD Audio Technology

Yes

Intel Matrix Storage Technology

X

Intel Turbo Boost Technology

X

Intel Hyper-Threading Technology

Yes

Intel visual technologies

Intel Clear Video HD, Intel Insider, Intel InTru 3D, Intel Quick Sync Video

Intel vPro Technology

X

AC adapter power

40 W

Cables included

 

AC

 

 

 

 

 

Installer Log 05-05-15.txt.zip

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