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Memory Allocation error at boot. Non Recoverable, System Halted

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I was able to get Mavericks installed, but at first boot I get a fatal error. I'm guessing it's coming from my video card ("File: ati.c, Line 1772")

 

My Equipment:

Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H bio rev 7

Intel i7 4770k socket 1150

20Gb G.Skill DDR3

Pyro 120gb SSD

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If you are installing thru Niresh Usb you can delete all graphics kexts and try that way

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If you are installing thru Niresh Usb you can delete all graphics kexts and try that way

I was able to get it launched and set up using the internal graphics, but that sort of defeats the purpose of having the nice video card. I'll re-install trying your suggestion. Thanks

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You can always install the other videocard once you finish installing mac os x first..the reason for using the internal videocard is for installation purpose only..once you finish installing mac os then you can proceed and connectingThe videocard and installing the drivers kexts

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I dont know if you get what im trying to say

 

I did get it. And it did work, I set my BIOS to run the internal Video, on installation I un-checked the Video Kext, completed the install, set the computer up(initially), re-booted into the BIOS changed back to my 7950, and it restarted fine

Now comes the fun part....... setting everything up.

 

Thanks for the help!

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I did get it. And it did work, I set my BIOS to run the internal Video, on installation I un-checked the Video Kext, completed the install, set the computer up(initially), re-booted into the BIOS changed back to my 7950, and it restarted fineNow comes the fun part....... setting everything up.Thanks for the help!

Your welcome!! Have fun :)
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Your welcome!! Have fun :)

 

I am!

 

One of the odd things I've noticed, is that I am not able to adjust my volume. I am using the Optical output, and I can change to that output, and get sound, but the volume slider is greyed out. I've updated the kexts (AppleIntelE1000E) for my board(ALC-898), but that didn't fix it either.

 Another Question/Issue:

I have 2 different SSD's one is for my Win 7 installation, the other is for my OS X. In the BIOS, it lists my OS X drive(SATA0), and my Win 7 Drive(SATA1), it also lists my Windows boot partition. I can set the BIOS to boot to OS X 1st, but when I select my 2nd boot option to Windows 7(NOT the boot partition) it will show both OS's in Chameleon, but if I try to boot to Win7, I get a boot error. If I set the 2nd boot drive to the Windows Boot partition, it doesn't show up in Chameleon. That partition is what I have to set in the BIOS to boot to Win 7

 

I can boot to either drive, I'm forced(at this point) to change the boot order in the BIOS when I want to go from Mavericks to Win 7, and I am still determining if I can make the full switch to OS X. So I still need to run my Windows OS

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Have you try and fix that issue using Chameleon Wizard ? Theres an option to choose when you have windows in a different drive and mac os in another drive.Give it a try and report back!Be sure to make a backup or anything files you need in case you mess something up

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After you do that make sure you set the mac drive as primary boot cause chameleon bootloader is installThere.

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Have you try and fix that issue using Chameleon Wizard ? Theres an option to choose when you have windows in a different drive and mac os in another drive.Give it a try and report back!Be sure to make a backup or anything files you need in case you mess something up

I did try using Chameleon, and that didn't seem to work. I'm thinking it may have to do with the UEFI and how it's creates the Windows partitions. I'll get more info when I get off work in a few hours

I'll let you know what I find.

Thanks for the feedback

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