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  1. Stuck on Resetting IOCatalogue

    Try PCIRootUID=1, and 0 if 1 fails.
  2. I need help installing on AMD machine

    No, just select Raid mode, and restart the PC. RAID will then install AHCI, and begin to boot from the HD that's configured to boot first. I was able to get Mac OS X on an IDE configuration.
  3. Go into BIOS, then find and select AHCI mode. IDE has performance and detection issues of SATA on this distro of Mavericks. AHCI will help boot, detect, and load Mavericks significantly faster. If this doesn't help boot up Mavericks faster, I strongly suggest reinstalling Mavericks with this configuration. (Note; Mavericks may have problems detecting optical disk drives, since most of them are natively compatible with IDE, and not AHCI). If you're dual booting Windows 7, and Mac OS X, you may have a problem starting W7, because it's configured to work with IDE instead of AHCI. Simply boot into W7 using IDE Mode, and then restart, going into BIOS and selecting AHCI mode, and then starting Windows 7 again. (To start Windows 7 through a bootloader, select "System reserved" instead of the actual Windows hard drive.)
  4. Go into BIOS, then find and select AHCI mode. IDE has performance and detection issues of SATA on this distro of Mavericks. AHCI will help boot, detect, and load Mavericks significantly faster. If this doesn't help boot up Mavericks faster, I strongly suggest reinstalling Mavericks with this configuration. (Note; Mavericks may have problems detecting optical disk drives, since most of them are natively compatible with IDE, and not AHCI). If you're dual booting Windows 7, and Mac OS X, you may have a problem starting W7, because it's configured to work with IDE instead of AHCI. Simply boot into W7 using IDE Mode, and then restart, going into BIOS and selecting AHCI mode, and then starting Windows 7 again. (To start Windows 7 through a bootloader, select "System reserved" instead of the actual Windows hard drive. POSTED IN WRONG SECTION. Please remove from Yosemite 10.10. Thanks!
  5. Reinstall Mavericks. A custom Niresh bootloader should have installed onto the SSD. You can boot into Mac OS X or Windows 8 using the bootloader that's integrated in Niresh Mavericks
  6. Problem Installing Mavericks

    Go into Windows, go to Create and format hard disk partitions, and create a partition that way (NTFS, or FAT 32) if you're trying to shrink a volume to make a partition for Mac OS X, right click on the Windows 7 partition, and shrink it. Then try and boot into the Mac OS X installer and select the partition you just created.
  7. Type -v, and it should identify the kernel panic. Then tell us what the kernel panic is (usually at the very end of the lines of code)
  8. Kernel Panic (cpu 1 caller 0xffffff800064b94a)

    Did you load Niresh onto a USB, or did you burn it onto a DVD? Either way, it sounds like something was corrupted during the process. Re download Niresh and perform a fresh install with that, make sure the correct kernels (if any) are selected. The motherboard (HN195) may not be compatible (only 256MB of video memory). Also - Try going into your BiOS, and disabling your Wifi then retry the installation.
  9. Intel HD 4400 Screen Flickering

    HD 4000 and 4400 aren't natively supported, nor is there a custom kext to enable them to the fullest extant. Your only option is to use the basic detection that doesn't utilize the full amount of memory, or just get a video card. The screen tearing is from lack of video memory, I'm assuming launch, dashboard and mission control are choppy as well. I believe you can manually add the graphics through OSX86Tools (1.0.5 is compatible with Mavericks). Add EFI strings/Boot flag, Boot editor will now open, Click GFX Strings at the top of the screen, Scroll down to Custom Intel Graphics, manually set amount of VRAM (usually 128-512MB, either way, it's not a dedicated video source, so that video memory (VRAM) will be sharing from your systems RAM), then manually adding video outputs (usually DVI, VGA, HDMI, etc), once completed, a code will appear at the bottom of the screen, copy the coding, go into Boot.plist inside your extras folder (/extras) and pasting the code under GraphicsMode type without quotes "<key>device-properties</key> <string> Paste Code you copied from OSX86Tools Here </string>", remove any graphics enabler bootflags, this will conflict with the coding. And that should do it, if it fails, get Chameleon Wizard, and inject the Hex string in boot.plist, if THAT fails, get a physical card. It just isn't supported. In general, HD4400 is not going to be powerful enough to run things like Dashboard and Mission control with ease, nor will you have the transparent finderbar. You will lose a lot of eye-candy by using HD 4400. OSX86Tool - https://code.google.com/p/osx86tools/downloads/list Good luck! (I did the method above with onboard g31/33 graphics, and it worked, I have not tested this method with Intel HD graphics.)
  10. Kernel Panic (cpu 1 caller 0xffffff800064b94a)

    Is there any quotations after 0xffffff800064b94a? Try adding -v cpus=2, if it fails, boot into safemode with -v cpus=2
  11. So basically it takes about a minute and a half to fully boot from Niresh bootloader, to the Mavericks Login screen. After the Apple logo finishes loading, it goes to a grey screen, with my cursor in the top left corner for about 30 seconds, then goes to the Mavericks login screen, where it freezes for another 10-15 seconds, I can't type my password during this time. After logging in, it's completely fine. What is the problem? I've used UseKernelCache=yes in the chameleon.plist. 0RY007 G31/33 Chipset motherboard (Foxconn) Core 2 Duo E8400 (3GHz) 4GB DDR2 (400MHz) Ram XFX HD 7770 OC Edition (1GB 128-bit GDDR5) Toshiba 200GB HDD (4200 RPM) My whole setup works natively with Mavericks, I don't need to use any bootflags to successfully boot into the OS.
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