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Never find a boot flag to boot my new hack!

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Hi guys,

I'm trying to fix my problems with this new Hack i'm making for a friend.
I've already built an Hack for myself, so i didn't have problem fixing the boot flag or other things, but with this configuration i don't find a way.

This is the configuration:
Intel i3 4330 3,5 GHz
Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3
G.Skill Memory RAM, 16 GB, DDR3-1600
EVGA GeForce GTX 750
EVGA PSU 430W
Kingston SSD 120 GB
TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 WIFI

I followed the Yosemite 10.10.5 Installation Guide, I built the USB with unibeast as I always do, and when i boot in safe mode, with only 8GB Ram, no GTX, no WIFI, with bootflag -x -f -v ncpi=0x2000 etc i have always the same problems, never boot!
Attach there is the screen of what i see if I boot with -v
i tried cpu=1 ; dart=0 ; nv_disable=1 ; etc.

Do you thing i have to try something different as boot flag, unibeast version, or do you see something that don't match with hackintosh in this configuration? i followed tonymac's buyers guide of February and i saw all the pieces in there!

Thanks guys!
andreabusso
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Disable the Serial port in the BIOS settings.

How is it connected to the monitor ?
 
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I've connected the monitor with VGA but now i'm switching on HDMI with a TV!
I had problems cause with motherboard's HDMI i see nothing , so I installed the GTX, but the boot has problems!
I've disabled the Serial port in the BIOS and i've launched only with -v but seems not working as usual!
 
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Ok i can boot, but when i Boot, the yosemite installation doesn't find the SSD, so now i'm thinking if i've disabled something in the bios that i shouldn't!


PS: ok i find a way, i went in UTILITY DISK, ERASED, and now here it is! I'm installing right now, hope i'll have not other issues
 
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