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  1. Graphics issues on Yosemite

    if it work but your computer is laggy, i agree you must try to install the kext for gtx 650. try this link: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290941-nvidia-geforce-gtx-650ti-on-1084-hackintosh/
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    For OS X Leopard to Yosemite This driver for Realtek/Mediatek Chipset USB MODELS RT2870 / RT2770 / RT3X7X/ RT537X* / RT5572 Extracted from D-LINK_DWA-140 official mac drive Read "Readme.rtf" for installation.
  3. TL Wn727n Not Working

    try this http://www.mediatek....7xrt537xrt5572/ (not for yosemite)
  4. tplink tl-wn727n Driver Wifi

    try this: http://www.mediatek.com/en/downloads/usb-rt2870rt2770rt3x7xrt537xrt5572/ but not work for Yosemite for yosemite you should try this: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=145582
  5. Niresh wont boot!

    I see... then you can use that boot flags and change /amd1 to /amd64
  6. Cannot install Yosemite, reboots automaticly.

    sorry i'm not good for answering kernel panic issue.. If I got that issue, then i reboot the pc. I always use to boot with usb-hdd (usb bootloader) before the OS X can boot normaly from HDD I think the problem are: - BIOS setting (UEFI or EFI BIOS) you must google them to set up for different BIOS configuration of yours - Bootloader costume for your system, I always uncheck GraphicsEnabler=No (coz my graphics card is ATI) then check Chameleon EFI not Chameleon Standard at Customize screen. - I've got no clue for installing Yosemite on External IDE HDD. Sorry can't help... According to your photo, I thinks you mus try to customize bootloader using Multibeast or Clover Configuration tool.
  7. Niresh wont boot!

    try this if you want to install niresh yosemite, this bootflags you must put on niresh yosemite menu bootloader for the 1st boot: /amd1 graphicsenabler=No pcirootuid=0 npci=0x2000 -v for 2nd boot after finishing 1st boot (if your HDD not boot properly, you still use USB niresh yosemite bootloader and select your HDD on menu): -amd1 graphicsenabler=No pcirootuid=0 npci=0x2000 then after that you must use Chameleon Wizard to fix your bootloader so you can boot from HDD properly.
  8. Look at this topic https://www.hackintosh.zone/forums/topic/5239-upgrade-from-109-to-1095/
  9. I think you must try boot-flags with: npci=0x2000 because you change it from NVDia to ATI that usually use: npci=0x3000
  10. Help with two questions

    1st Quest: can you tell me more detail? 2nd Quest: No. You can download the update from AppStore, but before that you must replace the Kext and mach_kernel with the same version with the update ver. I suggest you to update with Combo package. like this http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1760
  11. Niresh wont boot!

    read the manual for installing niresh distro carefully. step 1: check your BIOS setting step 2: check your USB boot loader/installer step 3: use the boot-flag that match with your system for Non FX AMD processor with Non Gigabyte mobos and ATI graphics card usually use: - for Mavericks: /amd64 GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=0 npci=0x2000 - for Yosemite : /amd1 GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=0 npci=0x2000
  12. Try this https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/245-patched-mach-kernel-for-haswell/ hope it work for you
  13. upgrade from 10.9 to 10.9.5?

    I have 2 step to upgrading from 10.9.0 to 10.9.5 (AMD processor) - 1st step : for upgrading from 10.9.0 to 10.9.4 you must watch this - 2nd step: using the same method like 1st step I only using this kernel (BSA_10.9.5_FX_rc1) for upgrade from 10.9.4 to 10.9.5 remember: before restarting computer, you must edit org.Chameleon.Boot.plist to add this on your bootloader <key>Kernel</key> <string>kernel</string> or you can use Chameleon Wizard and check the Kernel part then write kernel name. dont forget to use Kext Wizard for repairing permission. (For Intel Kernel you can google it)
  14. at second step use same boot-flag like you use in first boot but you must change like this: on 1st boot you use: /haswell but on 2nd boot use this : -haswell
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