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Please help with install Sabertooth z77, I7-2600
First off i tried making a hackintosh about 4 months ago with no luck, so i gave up after working on it for 3 days, and went back to windows, now i am back on it, after reading for a whole day, i took the plunge again.
I specs are as followed
Asus Sabertooth z77
kingston 120gb hyperx drive
800w corsair ps
Nothing else is hooked up, no other drives, no accessories etc.
So if i just try installing i get the apple splash screen and never gets past that.
i have tried GraphicEnabler=No and no luck
I am able to do -x and install the OS
I then use unibeast and try several different settings there, and it will either reboot to same apple splash screen and hang or somethings just a Grey background with no apple logo. Most of the time i can -x again and reboot into safe mode but not all the time, sometimes i have to reinstall.
So on orginal install if i dont do -x, its gets to the following and hangs up
"AppleIntelE1000e: Ethernet Address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
AppleInterE1000e(info): Link is up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: Rx/Tx"
After complete install before multibease (install via -x) when i restart it will get to the following before it hangds up
"DSMOS has arrived
[IOBluetoothHCIController][start1] -- completed"
That is where it gets stuck and never moves from.
Please any help would be great, i really want to get this going, and have read several people with same board get it working with ease. not sure what i am doing wrong.
Anyone with any ideas PLEASE!!!!
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