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  1. GeForce 210 is a cheap and ok card for hackintoshing. It's dirt cheap and its supported OOB. Just don't game with it. You upgraded 10.10.5 through App Store? You're supposed to use this one. https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1832?locale=en_US Let me know if it works for you. Cheers.
  2. Even -x -f doesn't work?
  3. Maybe it isn't compatible. Double check your BIOS settings. Also try USBBusFix=Yes If still out of luck, I don't know how else we can fix it. Sorry.
  4. Oh I get it. Black screen after everything has loaded means you got issues with graphics. Do you know your laptop's GPU? Try these. -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes nv_disable=1 OR -v GraphicsEnabler=No nv_disable=1 OR -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes PCIRootUID=1 OR -v GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=1 OR -v GraphicsEnabler=Yes PCIRootUID=1 nv_disable=1 OR -v GraphicsEnabler=No PCIRootUID=1 nv_disable=1 P.S. I'm out of cards if none of that worked.
  5. Can you boot in verbose and try to remember what part it gets stuck? 32-bit and 64-bit hardware support All Atom processors implement the x86 (IA-32) instruction set; however, support for the Intel 64 instruction set was not added until the desktop Diamondville and desktop and mobile Pineview cores. The Atom N2xx and Z5xx series Atom models cannot run x86-64 code.[21] The Centerton server processors will support the Intel 64 instruction set. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Atom#32-bit_and_64-bit_hardware_support I'm not sure but I think Mavericks kernel is 64bit only. But your Intel Atom could be 64bit for all we know. Did the arch=i386 didn't work? Try cpus=1 too. Cheers.
  6. By 32 bit you mean your Intel Atom is 32bit only? How old is the laptop? Also, 1GB RAM ain't gonna cut it even if we can manage to make it work. Try this boot flag nonetheless arch=i386
  7. Hey guys, I've recently installed 10.10.1 Yosemite Zone on my old LGA775 MSI G31 Motherboard. Everything works hunky dory. App store is good, audio, and ethernet works (internet has some hiccups where I have to Remove and Add my Network Interface every reboot to get it working). But my problem is regarding my Display. 90% of the time I start my Hackintosh, I can only see a maximum of 1280x960 resolution. My monitor is detected as SANYOLCD_24K50. However, there are rare times where I see my available resolutions go up to 1080p. Whenever I get these 'golden' settings, my monitor just say VGA Display (meaning my monitor is not detected(?)) Screenshots posted below. I don't know what or where the problem is. Of course I want to be able to see all available resolutions. How do I do that? Attached is my Chameleon settings. Can anyone tell me what's wrong? TL;DR: Sometimes I see high resolutions in my Display Preferences, most of the time I'm limited to 1280x960. I use a VGA cable and my GPU is GeForce 210. What's causing it? P.S. Holding down Win button and clicking Scaled just bumps it up to 1280x1024. I'm hoping to be able to get to 1600x1200 resolution. Thank you in advance.
  8. You should use verbose mode every time you boot so we (and you) can easily spot where things start to go wrong. Boot in normal mode only when you're done installing Yosemite Zone and you're confident that it boots without problems. Plus, do what the guy above me said. But don't forget to put -v Cheers.
  9. Freezing in Apple logo indicates that something got stuck. We see it in verbose mode. But what's weird is that when you go -v you just get a black screen? If you get a black screen AFTER everything has loaded then it's graphics. Have you tried GraphicsEnabler=Yes/No? Also, try USBBusFix=Yes cpus=1 nv_disable=1 just for the heck of it. Let me know. P.S. Try them one at a time.
  10. Hey guys, I've recently installed 10.10.1 Yosemite Zone on my old LGA775 MSI G31 Motherboard. Everything works hunky dory. App store is good, audio, and ethernet works (internet has some hiccups where I have to Remove and Add my Network Interface every reboot to get it working). But my problem is regarding my Display. 90% of the time I start my Hackintosh, I can only see a maximum of 1280x960 resolution. My monitor is detected as SANYOLCD_24K50. However, there are rare times where I see my available resolutions go up to 1080p. Whenever I get these 'golden' settings, my monitor just say VGA Display (meaning my monitor is not detected(?)) Screenshots posted below. I don't know what or where the problem is. Of course I want to be able to see all available resolutions. How do I do that? Attached is my Chameleon settings. Can anyone tell me what's wrong? TL;DR: Sometimes I see high resolutions in my Display Preferences, most of the time I'm limited to 1280x960. I use a VGA cable and my GPU is GeForce 210. What's causing it? P.S. Holding down Win button and clicking Scaled just bumps it up to 1280x1024. I'm hoping to be able to get to 1600x1200 resolution. Thank you in advance.
  11. I've been told to use this link: https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1832?locale=en_US instead of the one from App Store. I personally have not tried it - if it ain't broke don't fix it. But it'd be cool to know if it's possible to update it to 10.10.5 though.