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  1. Slow booting

    Hello everyone, I am new to hackintosh and my build is almost working good but I am facing some problems regarding boot time... My hackintosh installation process as well as post installation process ran into problems in many different ways but finally I was able to manage the VGA and network working like charm but till now I am not able to solve the boot problem, that problem may not be that important to some people but that is surely embarrassing for me. The problem is with the boot time, I think the boot time of my hackintosh is not so normal , the loading screen with niresh hackintosh logo (pic attached) is taking one minute and twelve seconds to fill out the area and i think that should be 20-30 seconds at all. I had tried many ways to fix that issue but was unable to do so, hence I am posting it here because it is quite clear that I can't solve that problem without help from the hackintosh pros.... By going into the verbose mode i noticed that there are many errors in the boot process like unable to locate something etc. I also stuck at missing Bluetooth controller error, i solved that by disable graphics enabler but that error still appear in verbose mode but after stucking for some seconds the computer boots fine, now I think there is something to do with this missing Bluetooth controller error because it is the last line before booting up, I tried some ways to solve that error (one was by removing two apple Intel kext from single user mode) but it still appears!! Shut down can also be an issue, normally after clicking shut down the monitor goes black and shut down within some seconds or immediately, sometimes it takes longer to shut down and sometime some strange small white texts appear in black screen with some errors i think. I tried EvoReboot but that works perfectly for only one time (i can see the spinning wheel with black background that time), that is not working from the next boot. Here is my Config: Processor: AMD FX™-4100 Quad core Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 5450 Motherboard: Asus M5A78L-M LX V2 (Simple BIOS no UEFI) Ethernet: Realtek® 8111E , 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller(s) Audio: Realtek® ALC887 8-Channel High Definition "Sound" CODEC *2 Here are some more details that can be useful: ** I have simple bios (no uefi), so there was no need to patch dsdt or other stuff..., In the BIOS menu i only edited SATA mode to AHCI to boot properly, nothing more is edited till now. ** My Hackintosh version is 10.10.3 ** Booting Yosemite Zone from the pendrive is also slow. ** I installed hackintosh on a HDD (not SSD) ** I have to use GraphicsEnabler=No and npci=0x3000 every time (technically) to boot ** Now I am dual booting hackintosh with win 8.1 (same thing occurred with single booting) Now i am fully depending on the pros to solve that problem, any type of help will be super highly appreciated. Thanks for reading....good night.
  2. hi I'm installing a Niresh12495-Lion-10.7.3-V2 and it stuck in pci configuration begin i tried npci=3000 npci=2000 npci=0x3000 npci=0x2000 it worked for me with Niresh's Mac OS X Mountain Lion for AMD and Intel 10.8.5 but it not with Niresh12495-Lion-10.7.3-V2 I'm installing on DELL Laptop latitude E4300 Intel Core 2 duo 3G Ram Please help me
  3. Hello! I recently discovered Hackintosh and I love this idea But after install with Niresh I was able to use it properly, even a start an application ("SSD booster" it seems to me, it preinstalled in the system), I can restart and it made me: - In normal boot: "PCI Configuration begin" I tried: GraphicsEnabler = No, PCIRootUID, NCPI = 0x2000 or 0x3000, cpus = 1 then USBBusFix = Yes ... But nothing work: (... Then I wanted to reinstall my system and it does the same as the normal boot ... My laptop is a HP Pavilion dv7, and Hackintosh with because it can work very well put aside, the poor graphic quality because it is in Radeon HD 6400m and the Wi-Fi does not work, Broadcom 4313 ... Please help me! thanks
  4. Hello. I am not exactly "new" to the Hackintosh world. I have previously installed Mac OS X 10.6.3 on my AMD PC with iATKOS S3 V2. I decided I would try to install Mountain Lion using Niresh. I wiped my hard drive to re-install Hackintosh. So here is the issue: I insert the DVD I burned Niresh 10.8.2 onto. I type in: amd npci=x3000 -v It goes into verbose mode and just completely freezes when it reaches: [PCI Configuration Begin] I have tried to start with npci=x3000 (npci=x3000 amd -v), but if I don't start with the amd flag the whole computer just reboots right away. I am really getting frustrated. I have tried so many times to get this working but I have had absolutely no luck. I am planning to install Niresh's Mavericks, but if this won't work then I don't know how that will. Also, my BIOS does not have an option to change the SATA mode to AHCI. The rest of my BIOS configuration is Hackintosh compatible. If not having AHCI is the problem, can someone please show me a way that I can bypass the AHCI requirement? Is there like a certain kext someone made for 10.8.2 to avoid getting an error due to not having AHCI enabled? My processor is an AMD Athlon II processor. Please help me- Thank you!
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