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Dell latitude E5520 error during pre-installation ... Please help , sir.


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I got error stuck on the white+black error screen when try to installation OSX.

 

I use "myhack" method.

 

Case#1

1. create OSX installation bootable via myhack  ( ML 10.8.3 )

2. try to install and got this error

 

 

Case#2

1. create OSX installation bootable via myhack ( ML 10.8.3 )

2. install extra via myhack  use E6520 bootpack

3. try to install and got this error

 

Case#3

 

1. create OSX installation bootable via myhack ( ML 10.8.3 )

2. install extra via myhack  use E6520 bootpack

3. + install extra via myhack  replace DSDT of E5520 from https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/1615-dell-latitude-e5520/  , Dell Latitude E5520 DSDT.zip

4. try to install and got this error

 

 

All case i use many option boot

1. -v 

2. -v -f -x

3. PCIrootUID=0 npci=x3000

 

All got the same error  like picture that i hv attached.

 

Please help me sir.

 

Thank you very much in adv.

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What's the graphics controller on that laptop?

 

Did you try the generic bootpack (Create Extra -> Generic) provided by myHack at all?

 

Please note that the syntax of the options you've used appear erroneous (PCIrootUID=0 npci=x3000). Note that, by default, the PCI root id is 0. Try the following options instead, respecting the syntax:

PciRoot=1 npci=0x2000

PciRoot=1 npci=0x3000

 

You may also want to try: GraphicsEnabler=

 

You should use a DSDT that matches your hardware, i.e. not use the table from another model unless is closely matches the configuration of your own model or not use the table of a similar model but with different hardware (like different graphics controller). That will likely cause unrecoverable issues.

 

On looking at the specs of the E6520, it appears there is no way you can use its DSDT on your E5520; the 2 systems are not based on the same chipset. The post you refered to looks suitable and the DSDT table provided should work as long as you too have the Intel HD3000 graphics controller. On checking the Dell documentation, it appears the E5520 was also made with the earlier Intel HD graphics controller. Then there are 2 different screen sizes: HD and FHD. That could require DSDT patching too...

 

So, provide us your full system specifications and we'll take it from there.

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Hi , Herv'e

 

 

I try again with this solution.

1. create OSX Installation bootable ( ML 10.8.3 ) via myHack.

2. install extra  -- > generic

3. try to install and got stuck this error

 

PS. 

I try with  several options.

such as 

1. -v 

2. -v -f -x

3. PciRoot=1 npci=0x3000

 

So, It's got the same error  like picture i hv attached. sir

 

Please help me .

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Ok, well it looks like it's not the Intel HD3000 graphics but the Intel HD graphics controller. As such, the DSDT previously posted for the E5520 does not probably suit your machine...

 

I would suggest you request a DSDT patching job using the documented process in the Research -> DSDT section. It's all detailed here:

https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/1945-dsdtssdt-patching/

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Hi , Herv'e

 

 

I try again with this solution.

1. create OSX Installation bootable ( ML 10.8.3 ) via myHack.

2. install extra  -- > generic

3. try to install and got stuck this error

 

PS. 

I try with  several options.

such as 

1. -v 

2. -v -f -x

3. PciRoot=1 npci=0x3000

 

So, It's got the same error  like picture i hv attached. sir

 

Please help me .

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Looks like you might be having display driver loading issue.

Try generating a smbios.plist with Chameleon into the generic extra folder and use GraphicsEnabler=Yes during boot or enable it in boot.plist. Use smbios.plist that emulate a mac model that utilizes the HD3000 (MacBook Pro 8.1) for it to be initialized correctly.

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