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  1. Gfx cards not working (GTX 650 and 960)

    Thanks for this info man. I've actually tried using a GTX 650, and currently trying GTX 960. Unlucky huh! This will really help me out to getting it installed. I'll post when I get it working on the 960 (I will.). Hopefully it'll help you out!
  2. It's useful if you provide a screenshot using the -v (verbose) bootflag.
  3. Sorry if I do anything wrong, not really sure how to post here! Please be gentle =) Firstly, my specs. Mobo: GB 970A-DS3P CPU: FX-8350 GPU: EVGA GTX 960 RAM: 12GB HyperXWell, to the problem: I've managed to install, using the bootflags "/amd1 -v npci=0x2000". I've installed it to a 300GB Partition. Post installation, I am unable to boot. I am stuck at a weird location when using what I used to install ("-v npci=0x2000" (and "npci=0x3000")): https://i.imgur.com/De0etyih.jpg. I've tried adding PCIRootUID=1/0, GraphicsEnabler=No, maxmem=4092, in different combinations, as well as Disabling USB 3.0 Controller as I read somewhere. When mixing the bootflags, the freeze location varies, but it's always around that area. I'm using Niresh Yosemite Zone 10.10.0. I'd really love some help. - kenn. UPDATE: I managed to get past it! I reinstalled OS X (using "/amd1 -v npci=0x2000" to enter), Disabled IGPEnabler in the installer, and used the boot flags: "-v npci=0x3000 nv_disable=1" in addition to the Chameleon boot flags. I am now currently at a problem after installing nvidia web drivers, in which when I boot, I either boot into a white screen, or with verbose a screen of never-ending nvidia messages. Sometimes I can get past it using GraphicsEnabler=No, however I can't seem to get past log in screen, it just loads forever after I attempt to log in. I can get past it completely using nv_disable=1, however it is very low resolution with very laggy GUI.
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