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Hi, I recently managed to dual boot using Mountain Lion 10.8.4 and Windows 8 on a Partitioned drive.

My problem now is that I cannot boot with running in safe mode. Also I have tried installing realtek drivers in multibeast but they seem not to work as well.

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Intel Core i3 3225
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
8GB Corsair XMS3
Samsung 840 Basic 250GB
Corsair CX500W Power Supply

Hopefully someone can help me with this!
 
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Hi, I recently managed to dual boot using Mountain Lion 10.8.4 and Windows 8 on a Partitioned drive.

My problem now is that I cannot boot with running in safe mode. Also I have tried installing realtek drivers in multibeast but they seem not to work as well.

System Specifications:
Intel Core i3 3225
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
8GB Corsair XMS3
Samsung 840 Basic 250GB
Corsair CX500W Power Supply

Hopefully someone can help me with this!

safe mode boots with a very small select number of kexts - your problem would appear to be that you have several to many running at the same time. Have a look here for the answer to your problems. The audio problem is an easy fix too.
http://www.tonymacx86.com/golden-builds/58062-moarfishs-build-ga-b75m-d3h-i5-3570k.html


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Thanks for you input i will try this now and let you know if it was successful.

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I followed the guide and it worked. Thanks for the help!
 
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I followed the guide and it worked. Thanks for the help!

Remember these settings - you will need them again when you update OSX. Keep your USB stick somewhere safe - I keep mine in my computer case. Might need it one day if something were to go wrong!

Clad that you are up and running :thumbup:


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