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Help finding OS 10.9 Mavericks Apple Installer

trs96

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I started installing using the -v and the lines rolling over the screen ending with the screenshot and then the screen is turning on black
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NTFS is the Windows file system. You shouldn't be seeing that in verbose booting.
 
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Yes I know, could this have something to do with the dual boot I took preparations for with 2 partitions? Or does Legacy bios or UEFI has something to do with it?
 

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Yes I know, could this have something to do with the dual boot I took preparations for with 2 partitions? Or does Legacy bios or UEFI has something to do with it?
I would not try to dual boot with Windows on the same drive as macOS. Reformat the drive as HFS+ journaled only and then try to install Mavericks. Doing a dual boot on the same drive will lead to endless problems for you. If you don't want constant frustration, don't dual boot with Windows on the same drive.
 
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I would not try to dual boot with Windows on the same drive as macOS. Reformat the drive as HFS+ journaled only and then try to install Mavericks. Doing a dual boot on the same drive will lead to endless problems for you. If you don't want constant frustration, don't dual boot with Windows on the same drive.
OK TRS thanks for your replay. It worked some time ago very well but now starting the installer from a USB made with unibeast after showing the Apple logo the weel keeps spinning and will not go further. The disk is formatted as HFS+ GUID partition.
 

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OK TRS thanks for your replay. It worked some time ago very well but now starting the installer from a USB made with unibeast after showing the Apple logo the weel keeps spinning and will not go further. The disk is formatted as HFS+ GUID partition.
Again, you'll need to look at the verbose boot info to find the cause of the panic.
 
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