It might be a very special case. Unfortunately it won't work for example on laptops.When booting from front usb i got a kernel panic at the same time as shown in the image in the first post, but not when plugged into the rear usb port.
Sorry, but I wrote in the main post:I had this same problems with my Main build. I downloaded the Clover Config tool. Mounted the EFI partions on the usb drive, went to SMBIOS Click the Magic wand. Made it an IMac 14,2 then went to boot and set it nv_disable=1. I was then able to boot the USB stick and install El Cap
But thanks, maybe it helps someone.I tried to use really huge number of combinations boot flags such as:
- kext-dev-mode=1 nv_disable=1 dart=0
- npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1
- IGPEnabler=Yes UseKernelCache=No
- -x -v
My post is based on the Unibeast method which was described there. Clover was installed in Legacy mode, because UEFI is not supported.
Lol. Actually I have 4 memory sticks, but recently 2 of these were affected by any kind of disrepairs. Remaining sticks work pretty well. I'm gonna to substitute in the near future. Still, the problem isn't up to memory sticks.In the original post, I see "only single RAM bank" in one of the photos. If you have only one RAM stick, can you try it in a different slot? Or if you have two, can you make sure they're in dual-channel mode?