so I had the CPU utility installed from MultiBeast just to keep track of how my CPUs were running. One of the cores was overheated all the time. I don't know if this was a problem with the utility or my system itself, but the temperature was higher than the others and in a red color. That...
I have been running Mavericks successfully on my system (still am). It runs perfectly, with no problems whatsoever, except sleep. Sleep won't work anymore since Apple included Code Signing features that don't allow you to explicitly change the values in their kexts, which if done...
so I decided to use my iGFX for a while but i get weird outputs with the HD 2500. Like sometimes the screen would go black with a while patch like thing in the upper left or sometimes it would turn completely white and not reach the login screen. Any help will be gratefully appreciated.
Also, after the bluetooth initializes, the graphics initializes next, and that is where you're getting stuck. To fix this, check to see if you are using the right boot flags. GraphicsEnabler should be set to Yes.
P.S. Its a graphics problem.
You can find your kexts for SATA support in MultiBeast... Please look under Drivers & Bootloaders. Most probably under drives category. Read the description of each kext carefully before installing. Good luck! :thumbup:
If Mac OS X is installed onto your harddrive and not your SSD, chances are you've run into a boot0 error because of a 4K sector HDD. Try to look up for those fixes on Tonymacx86. These 4K drives cause issues with Chimera bootloader.
It may be because there is an obstruction between the adapter and the mouse [table, maybe?], Try to put your Targus adapter somewhere close to the mouse, where there isn't much obstruction b/w the mouse and the adapter.