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  1. Asus H110M2 D3 - Installing Hackintosh Hi, I have problems to install Niresh Yosemite on my PC. I have a 250GB Samsung SSD, a r9 290 (i removed it for the installation), a i5 6500, 8gb RAM and an ASUS HM110M2 D3 mainboard. The .dmg file is on a 64GB USB stick. (I used TransMac for this) When i boot from the stick, it shows a screen with grey backround and the Hackintosh Zone logo. The progress bar, which should appear, doesnt appear at all. So where is my mistake? Is my mainboard incompatible (I tried to patch the bios file with pmpatch, but it didnt worked)? Thanks for help! (my english isnt that good yet, sry )
  2. No AHCI option in BIOS

    Hello everyone! I recently tried to install Mavericks on my Acer Computer (Aspire e571) But i failed because my BIOS don´t got a SATA Mode option. I made a BIOS update but still no AHCI option. I tried it anyways but as i expectet it the OSX installer won´t recognize my volume. Do I have any chance to Install mavericks on it or do you know if i can get an unlocked BIOS? Im building myself a new PC right now and wanted to give myAcer to my girlfriend... with Mavericks... It has an Acer MRS600M Mainboard with a Xpress 1250 ati chipset. Currently Phoenix R01B0 as BIOS. Thanks for your support.
  3. Hi, I am trying to install Mac OS X 10.10 on my Toshiba Satellite L840D with an AMD A8 Processor. After writing the DMG file on my 32 GB Sandisk USB stick using Win32DiskImage, when I try to boot it, I receive an error message with a black screen saying "No bootable device -- Please restart system". I have followed all steps, including switching the SATA mode to AHCI and enabling USB legacy. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. Mavericks AMD Help

    Hello all. Trying to install mavericks on an AMD machine. M2n68-am plus mobo GeForce 7025 chipset Phenom x3 processor GeForce 8800 gt graphics I have mavericks in a vm for prep. I am stuck at waiting for root device. There is no option in bios for ahci, however I've read it isn't necessary. Can anyone tell me the proper boot flags needed? Also is it possible to install mavericks on an external usb hard drive. I would like to try dual booting my toshiba qosmio x75 but can't risk windows at the moment. Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  5. Here Are Some Solutions for the Drives Error 1:Enable Ahci mode in the bios (Set SATA as AHCI) 2: not have ahci mode?.. Plug one IDE DVD DRIVE in Primary Master Mode 3:Boot MAC OS X NIRESH in one USB.. With USBBusFix=Yes 4: Try the boot flag ( ahcidisk=1 debug=8 ) 5: Try Switching to the other USB Ports Click Here to View a Clear Guide