At introduction sorry for my bad english.
I have problem with booting my clear install yosemite.
Here is my pc specs :
MB : MSI B75A-G43/ IntelB75/ LGA1155/ DDR3 1600MHz/ ATX
CPU : IntelR Core i5-3570, 3,4Ghz, BOX (1155)
RAM : DDRAM3 2x4GB A-DATA OC Gaming 1600G CL9
SSD : 2,5" SSD HDD...
So I installed Yosemite using Unibeast and everything went perfectly, I had working sound, ethernet, appstore, video out of the box. I've never been happier. But it lasted only as long as I used the USB to boot into Yosemite, I ran Multibeast and installed DSDT free, and all the other stuff...
first of all I want to share my system:
i7, Asrock H77 pro4/mvp, 8GB of RAM, Samsung SSD 840 @ 128GB
The installation worked fine. I used MultiBeast - easy beast and installed everything. I manually installed my soundcard kext.
For now, I can only start my HDD from my USB device...
I thought I had made a mistake on the install so I reformatted and started over. But when I finally go to boot from the SSD Yosemite is installed on, I get this error appear:
Can anyone shed any light on what might be wrong? Let me know if I need to provide any information on my spec.
Today, I've tried to reinstall yosemite and Mountain Lion after i changed my cpu. I've got a few problems here.
my Hacintosh specs.
- Core i5-650
- P7P55D LE
- 8Gb of ram
- XFX Radeon HD7750
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