- Apr 10, 2015
- Lancer 5A2
- Intel Core i5 4210U
- AMD Radeon R5 M230
- Mobile Phone
cellulosa is there some reason for the "arch=i386" in your flags? I have not seen this call used in years.
It's just an older computer I haven't used for years since I moved abroad. As I came back I wanted to upgrade it straight from Lion to Yosemite and that's how it was configured.
Install the attached kext.
Seems like wrong org.chameleon.boot plist. Delete it then re-run multibeast with proper options selected.
Alright, so I've managed via terminal to delete the wrong org.chameleon.boot plist, boot via UniBeast and re-run MultiBeast with the proper options selected. Now it boots regularly again but still only with the nv_disable=1 flag.
Also, neither the Ethernet nor the audio altogether with the video card seem to get recognised. Just to clarify to install the kext using KextBeast I just have to drop all the files on my desktop and run it, right? I mean, I see the correct kexts in S/L/E but these don't seem to work.
UPDATE: My bad, as the interface was flicky I set GraphicsEnabler=No. I've changed it to Yes and now everything seem to work fine with your kext. Thank you! As for the Ethernet and the Audio still nothing though. Any ideas?