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  1. Man, still nothing. I think I am doing it wrong. -Update- I am giving up for a while of installing it on my ThinkPad. I am going to try it on my Desktop. I think he is more compatible.
  2. Man, thanks a lot for your help! And I've been trying since this morning to install everything. What an adventure. I had to re-install it 4 times now, because, I messed it up. But, well! Living and learning! I've bookmarked that bootflag page because it is awesome. And by the way, what do you think about using Multibeast? I am going to try it now. I found a page that could give me a little help with it. I don't know if I feel bad about so many mistakes. I feel like experiencing Windows 98 for the first time again. So many broken machines... See ya soon again with more news!
  3. Sup guys. I have managed to install OS X Maverick 10.9 on my ThinkPad E430 without any additional settings. But now, I need some info about what to do next! Also, I can only boot using "-v -x -f GraphicsEnabler=No" I believe that I need to install drivers for my Intel HD Graphics 4000. I am going to right now. But, I think that -f has something to do with the CPU. I don't know but I think I've read about it somewhere. A total newbie here. My question is: Now, I only have to find the drivers and try to install and I will not need to do "-v -x -f GraphicsEnabler=No" again? Or do I have to edit something to have it always enabled? Also, what exactly are -v -x -f for? I believe that -v is for safe boot and -f is something about the CPU, but I am not sure. -x I have no idea. With the info, I might be able to find why I need to write them for it to boot properly. Also, my specs: ThinkPad E430 with: 6GB RAM Intel HD Graphics 4000 Intel Core i5-2450M processor (dual-core, 2.50GHz, 3MB Cache) HDD: 500GB (5400rpm) Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 ThinkPad UltraNav™ TrackPoint® with multigesture touchpad I don't want you guys searching drivers for me, that would be horrible. But, rules are rules, so, I am just placing them here (my specs). Also, it may help to know why I need "-v -f -x GraphicsEnabler=No" everytime. Thanks!
  4. I am sorry if double posting are not allowed here. No one has answered me, so, I am going to try a few more options. If nothing else works, I am going back to elementary OS. See ya!
  5. Hi guys. I am trying to install the 10.8 Mountain Lion Niresh12495 on my ThinkPad Edge 430. I've done everything that I've found on Google to try solving the fact that my HDD doesn't show up on Disk Utility. Changed to AHCI, disabled UEFI Boot, HD formatted to FAT32, HFS+... Nothing seems to work. So either, I am doing something wrong, or, something is wrong with my ThinkPad. I have even changed the HDD to see if it would work, but, no success. I did not formatted the other HD as much, though. Only as its default NTFS. I am trying to install using a burned DVD-R Here's what I see: That Mac OS X Base System I am not sure of what that it is. But it is just a 1GB partition that does nothing of useful to me. Probably cd folder or something like that (give me a light if you can about it). So, my specs are: Anything else that I need to know or do? Any additional information, I will be pleased to inform.
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