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UniBeast Stuck at System Uptime in Nanoseconds

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Hi,

I have already installed Yosemite, but i want to make a system image to recover from later...
So i put the drive in, and tried to boot, i used -v and nv_disable=1 (because i have 750 Ti) and it gets stuck at System Uptime in Nanoseconds: somethingsomethingsomething.

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Someone please help!

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Gershy
 

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i have just tried -x and maxmem=4096 and -no-zp and combinations of all of them, but no luck!
i might try and make another unibeast drive with the latest 10.10.3. Is Unibeast out for it? does it support it? and Multibeast?

Hi Gershy,

Try -x -v -f maxmem=4096 nv_disable=1

Yes UniBeast supports 10.10.3 and the latest MultiBeast works for it too.
 

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ok still no luck.... :(

im going out so i wont be able to do anything for the next hour....

Thanks

When you installed originally, did you use the onboard Intel graphics? You could connect your monitor up to the motherboard port, either HDMI, DVI or DP, set boot priority in the BIOS>Init Display First>IGFX.
Then boot with these flags

-x -v -f maxmem=4096 nv_disable=1
 
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