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  1. That is rather poor reasoning. You DO know that the Yosemite Zone image is approximately 5.3 GB in size, yes? The size of a download is shown to the left of the link button in the Downloads section... PLEASE do research your questions before asking the forum. It would help the developers quite a bit. Don't hijack threads with unrelated questions. Anyway, the Yosemite Zone restore package is on the download page with the Yosemite Zone .dmg. If you had followed the guide here (http://www.givemesome.tips/about/hackintosh/nireshs-yosemite-with-intel-amd-installation-instructions-and-guide-160/) and used the respective links, you would have found it. Both of you, read the forum rules before posting.
  2. I hate to answer, but why do you wish to install this on a real Mac? Yosemite Zone is meant for non-Apple computers only as you may know.. It would be and is pointless.
  3. I have a simple question. Could someone tell me the kexts that were included in Niresh Mavericks (S/L/E)? I wanna make S/L/E "vanilla" and move the added kexts to E/E. Thank you Niresh!
  4. This is the forum for Niresh - the Hackintosh distribution. For help with Hackintosh concerning Unibeast, go to the tonymacx86.com forum.
  5. Niresh in Virtualbox won't work unless you have an Intel processor.
  6. I have heard that booting Niresh in Virtualbox doesn't work unless you have an Intel processor.
  7. I have read of others successfully installing Niresh on this same hardware... Why must I have all the problems...
  8. I am having a problem booting the Niresh installer on my Lenovo G505s (59406417). Here are its specifications: Processor: Quad-Core AMD A10-5750M. Motherboard Chipset: AMD K15 IMC BIOS Version: 2.05, dated December 12th, 2013. Network Cards: Wireless: Qualcomm Atheros AR9565 Ethernet: Qualcomm Atheros AR8172/8176/8178 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller Graphics: Dual Graphics - Integrated Radeon HD 8650G + Dedicated Radeon HD 8570M Audio: Dolby Digital Audio (I couldn't find much info, sorry) Memory: 6GB I used these boot flags: amd -v -x. While booting, Niresh abruptly stopped loading and hung on "power management may be incomplete or unsupported". A few moments later, I saw a black mouse (a rainbow-colored wheel sometimes) and a reboot message: How do I fix this?
  9. Glad to see you solved your problem!
  10. You're supposed to write the OS X Mavericks ISO to your flash drive, not extract it. Did you see the tools in the download section (Win32Diskimager and usbit)? You can use those to write the image.
  11. Wow... I can't believe it took me so long to figure out that OSX 10.7 and onward didn't support the 32bit architecture... I feel so stupid
  12. From what I have found online, there seems to be no support for the Ralink RT3290 WiFi card on Hackintosh. I found an article on Wired saying that Ralink released drivers for Hackintosh, but it was posted six years ago. I looked on their website and found RT3290 drivers for Windows, but not OS X.
  13. Hello everyone, I am trying to install Mavericks on my Toshiba Satellite C55D-A5170 Laptop (comes with Windows 8). I disabled Secure Boot, enabled CSM Boot and AHCI Mode. I booted my Niresh 10.9 USB successfully. I tried loading the installer, but it failed. My results after attempting to boot Niresh with the following tags: amd64 -v Results after booting Niresh with the following tags: amd -v I alo got another screen following this. I assume this is a kernel panic? My Laptop Specifications: Manufacturer: Toshiba Inc. Model: Satellite C55D-A5170 Processor: AMD E1-2100 APU @1.00 GHz - 2 Cores, 2 Threads. GPU: AMD Radeon HD Graphics 8210 Thanks in advance!
  14. Oh yay, something I can help with! For the Atheros AR5B125, I just read an article on osx86 about you not needing one. http://www.osx86.net/topic/16740-ar5b125-atheros-kext/ Maybe at this point, you're thinking "No because it's not working..." That is at first what I thought. What you do to activate it is as follows: 1. Obtain your Device ID and your Vendor ID. There is an application for Mac, Windows, and Linux that can list these. Here is the link: http://www.osx86.net/file/2243-system-info/ The MacOSX version is the SystemInfo.zip. 2. Now we are going to find where the .kext, or Kernel Extension, for your device is. Is it located in /System/Library/Extensions or Extra/Extensions? 3. Once you find it, use one of these commands in the Terminal depending on where the .kext is located. sudo nano /System/Library/Extensions/[yourwifidriver].kext/Contents/Info.plist sudo nano /Extra/Extensions/[yourwifidriver].kext/Contents/Info.plist 4. Once in, scroll down and try to locate <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> or <key>IOPCINameMatch</key>. If you find <key>IOPCIClassMatch</key> instead, change IOPCIClassMatch to IOPCIPrimaryMatch. Below the key you should see a string of numbers either preceded by 0x or pci. Delete all the strings there, and enter in your Device ID in this order: 0x[deviceID][vendorID]. Remember to omit the period. If you had <key>IOPCINameMatch</key>, then enter your Device ID in this order: pci[vendorID], [deviceID]. To show you an example, I will use 96ef as my Device ID, and 3602 as my Vendor ID. If you had <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key>, then 0x96ef3602 is what you would enter. If you had <key>IOPCINameMatch</key>, the you would enter: pci[3602], [96ef]. Once done, press Control+O and Control+X. Now reboot and at the boot prompt type -f. I hope this helps you!
  15. @AxeL The flag for Intel Atom processors is: atom -v There is no specific flag for a certain Atom model.