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Hi !

I am trying to install Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.1,

I use Win32 Disk Imager (I tried Transmac) but it just doesnt want to boot into Darwin, when it is reading usb drive it just goes straight to boot Windows (I changed boot order) and setup BIOS

My laptop is Lenovo Z575 (modified)

CPU : AMD A6-3400M


GPU: AMD Radeon 6520G and AMD Radeon 6600M and 6700M Series

SSD: 240 GB Patriot Blast 


Please help me 

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Make sure your BIOS is set to Legacy, "OS Optimized settings" is set to "Other OS", and USB Boot is set to Enabled.
While booting, enter the boot menu (I believe it's F12) and select your USB stick to boot from. 

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If you choose to boot from USB within the boot menu (like, when you enter your bios. Instead, hitting the key to enter your bios, you hit the key to enter the boot menu. In most cases this is F12), instead of letting the BIOS choose to boot from it, it won't search for the next bootable option. That way, there should be an error on your screen of why your system is not able to boot from the USB. It's either a problem with your BIOS settings, your USB or the bootloader. 

Make sure you are using an USB2.0 usb stick of at least 16GB and an USB2.0 port.

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