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  1. Hello, I'm having an error that I've literally tried hundreds of methods for. What happens is, I press F8 on computer start, choose my USB, it opens up clover and I choose OS X Yosemite, yet I choose to use verbose (-v). It displays the error in the title, and the errors you can see in the images. I've tried moving/deleting all of the graphics kexts, using multiple boot arguments, but what ever I do, nothing changes. My monitor is plugged in to my graphics card via HDMI. Please can someone give me an explanation? Computer Specifications: - CPU ( Intel Core i5 4670k Haswell 3,2 Ghz ) - Graphic Card ( AMD Radeon R9 290 ) - MotherBoard Chipset (Asus H81I-Plus ) Thanks IMG 1: http://imgur.com/4SzzRid IMG 2: http://imgur.com/YICZmHD IMG 3: http://imgur.com/DexWbU8
  2. Won't boot from USB

    Hello, I've recently been trying to install OS X Yosemite 10.10. I made a bootable USB using the LATEST version of MacPwn that was released on the 19th (so the updated version). It all went really smoothly, I had no issues, it took about 15-20 minutes or so to create and everything seemed fine. I restarted, pressed F8 to choose a boot option, selected the USB that I installed Yosemite too, an under-score blinked on a black screen for about 1-2 seconds, then it automatically switched boot device and started booting up windows on my SSD. I tried selecting the UEFI version for the USB, again same issue. I turned of UEFI booting, did the same again, but it still didn't work. Can anyone please help me? Thanks. Please note, while I have been trying to boot Yosemite, I have been using my iGPU and not my dedicated GPU. Computer Specs: ASUS H81M-PLUS Intel i5-4670K @ 3.40GHz. AMD Radeon R9 290
  3. Hi, I'm having some issues, and I'm hoping that someone could help me. Here are my computer specs: Motherboard: Asus H81I-Plus CPU: Intel i5 4670K @ 3.8GHz GPU: Radeon R9 290 (Disabled, my HDMI/DVI is plugged in to my motherboard) Here is a run down of what I've done today with regards to this. I got a new SSD, so I thought I'd re-install Mavericks on to this SSD. It installed fine, then it restarted, I removed my USB, and proceeded to choose my SSD as my boot option, but when it went to boot, it just went straight to BIOS, is that an error with my boot loader? Anyway, I plugged my USB back in, and choose and booted from that by choosing my partition with Mavericks on it. This all went fine, and I got to the desktop. I had no network, so I installed a kext and that went fine. Again, I removed my USB and still I couldn't boot from my SSD. So the USB went back in, and I proceeded. I was hoping by now, my onboard graphics (Intel HD 4600) would be working, but when I went to change resolution on the display settings, the only option was 1024x768, so now I'm guessing that Mavericks isn't recognising my on-board graphics? I'm having some pretty annoying issues here, and I'm hoping someone can help me fix them. Please could someone help me get my onboard graphics working, and someone help me have the ability to choose to boot from my SSD without using my USB. If you need any more information, let me know. (Sorry for the wall of text). Thank you.
  4. Really Laggy Graphics & Input

    Hi, So I installed Yosemite 10.10, and I've noticed it to be very laggy, practically un-useable. I've tried to switching to my iGPU, and thats the same. Could anyone tell me why it's lagging?
  5. Hello, I used transmac to create a bootable USB of Niresh Mavericks 10.9.0, I set my bios up from what I read correctly and proceeded to install. I installed fine, however after installing I was prompted to reboot. I rebooted and as previously, I would select it to boot from my hard-drive that installed Niresh too, and it just went straight to BIOS. I've tried so many different things to get it working, I can boot perfectly every time if I use the Niresh USB, however if I remove the USB or select to boot from hard-drive, it would go to BIOS every time. I'm so fustrated, I've tried so many different methods of getting it to work, and it just doesn't. Here are my computer specifications: CPU: Intel i5 4670k @ 3.4GHz Motherboard: ASUS H81I-PLUS GPU: AMD Radeon R9 290 Please could somebody help me fix this haha!
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