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[Solved] e6410 Cant boot after intallation complete

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I have installed the osx 10.9.4 on dell latitude 100% went as per guide, now it stucked\hanged on gray screen with Apple logo and just sound comes for voice over controll . Plz help me for further that what should i do ... N what went wrong?

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Sorry it was my mistake .. it works now after bypassing the Voice over configuration ....

intact i am a new on Mac OSX , so don't know much ..

 

Currently i am facing  issue with Wifi .. it does not show .. so how can i fix it ...

 

thanks for the reply ..

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Please list your system specs. Intel wireless is not supported, needs to be replaced.

Run lspci -nn from terminal and output that here.

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Sorry dear i messed with the whole work i done last night , i changed a chemleon plist and reboot the system but unfortunately i could not able to get the boot again , so i reinstall mavericks again ..... And again the 1st issue came out ....

 

Only im hearing the voice for vo setup .. With only apple logo .. I tried vo+shift + uparrow .... And few times f5 also .. But could not get screen ..

 

When i done the 1st time setup .. I pressed the vo+shift + uparrow and got the screen but this time bad luck ....

 

Pleae advise

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Your graphics is not loading. Again, need your system specs? Nvidia or Intel graphics?

If nvidia, try booting with GraphicsEnabler=No -v -f

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I am running dual boot win 7 and mavericks 10.9.4 ...

sys Specs are

E6410 - i7 cpu M620 , 2.67GHz

Intel hd graphics

NVIDIA NVS 3100M 512MB gDDR3

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I am also running mavericks via VMWare ... Via win 7 ..

I have written the specs in my previous msg , please let me know if you require a further info ...

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