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E6410 - Yosemite booting, but black screen

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Hello,

 

I've created a Yosemite installation USB using Uni-Beast (f*ck sensored words). I'm booting the installation using the following flags:

USBBusFix=Yes GraphicsEnabler=No -v -f

 

It boots, but before the GUI should start, I'm getting a black screen. The USB stops loading screen, I've been waiting for about 10 minutes.

 

Unfortunately I can't show you any errors because the black screen is just "showing" too fast.

 

Could anyone help me with this?

 

Thank you!

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Unicrap has its own web site for support... But in all likelihood the system is not auto-detecting the correct Intel HD framebuffer so you have to inject it; either through DSDT or through bootloader.

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Unicrap has its own web site for support... But in all likelihood the system is not auto-detecting the correct Intel HD framebuffer so you have to inject it; either through DSDT or through bootloader.

 

I'm waiting on  a good tutorial for Yosemite on this forum. I'll try to find help on the Tony Mac site too.

 

I have a nVidia NVS 3100M btw

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Ha, you did not say, so difficult to guess... If it's a Core2Duo CPU, then forget what I said about Intel HD. With a nVidia GPU, you should use GraphicsEnabler=Yes.

 

There are plenty of posts and threads here about Mavericks/Yosemite on this nVidia E6410; the /Extra folders should be reusable straight away in Yos. Just do a search.

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