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Yu Leelarunglayub

I can't use OSX Maverick in normal mode

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I install but when it reboot if I don't use -x it stuck in Apple logo Screen (before setting Screen).
And now my laptop can't boot other OS without usb maverick driver it show boot0:error on my screen.
- How I use OSX in normal mode?
- How to fix boot0:error? (Can I fix it in safe mode?)
My spec
Laptop Dell inspiron n5520 /Intel core i7 3612QM
Motherboard: Dell 0HWX1P A00 â€‹Chipset Ivy Bridge ,Intel HM77
Graphics: Intel®HD Graphics 4000 1366x768 & AMD Radeon HD 7670M 
BIOS: Dell Inc. ver.A14

Thank you 
 

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boot0=error simply boot to your mac partition install a bootloader solve this issue ,,find latest Chameleon Bootloader in Download section 

 

boot with -v and post image so we could find exact your problem is .

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Whats the size of your hard drive!!! That happens sometimes when the drive is Like 2Tb the problem also happensWhen you have 2 operating systems in same hard drive or in different drives

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as per image you need to delete APPLErtl8169.kext 

 

here is extra folder with all kexts you need try to install them

Sorry Sir.What tools I use to install it? and now I can use OSX in normal mode but I can't install mutibeast.I install failed everytime.

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Boot with -s will let you to Command line Interface of Mac OS X  1.After the system loads a blinking cursor will appear. This indicates that you may start typing in commands.2.Replace name_of_the_kext.kext with the name of your kext you wish to remove3.Type the commands below, press enter after finish entering each line:mount - uw /cd /System/Library/Extensionsrm -rf name_of_the_kext.kextsudo rm -rf /System/Library/Caches/*shutdown -r now

after you got osx working use kext wizard for installing extra folder i given you 

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