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E6320 - KP with Yosemite installation


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So I'm starting my tertiary education in 2 months and having a Mac OS system would be helpful (and nice to show off :P)

 

I've done hackintosh in the past before (in the Leopard and Snow Leopard days) and have since forgot quite alot about it.

 

I have currently tried a unifail + e6220 boot pack install and I'm faced with a panic, advice?

 
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Thanks :D
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Obviously something to do with Bluetooth; I suggest you disable in BIOS and see where that gets you.

 

PS: we don't support TMX stuff here, I guess you know those tools have their own site for support.

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hmm I didnt know that these tools were not supported, I was banned off their forum for mentioning distros, so yeah. :(
 
Anyway, I did try out myhack before, I did not see an option for yosemite?
 
Also, my notebook is a 6320, not a 6220, I used the 6220 bootpack because I read that it's the same machine with a different screen size. 
 
I'll try disabling bluetooth and try again.

EDIT:

Try  this guide. Bootpack on post #2


I followed your guide and on boot, it said it could not find the kernel, so I copied the kernel from my VM over to my drive and it loads, ended in panic again, ideas?
 

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If there was a SSDT file in the E6220 pack, it may not suit your own CPU. This is a very CPU-specific item. Remove it. If you're still having issues, try installing the NullCPUPowerManagement kext.
 
Read this guide for instance.

 

Please follow common sense rule #1: post your specs or list them in your forum signature.

 

PS: Please reduce your picture size in the future. There really is no point attaching a 5Mo 5248x3936 file in a post!

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Hmm, I tried booting with just the SSDT from your zip and it ends in the same panic, using the whole /Extra file from your zip ends with a grey textured screen (the background when the files are loading) and nothing after that until I click the power button :/

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Means you probably don't have the same screen resolution as the one I had and you need a different DSDT. But you never specified what you have...

 

The table from my guide can easily be updated. If you have a screen res like 1600x900, boot with Chameleon option EnableDualLink=Yes (if you use that bootloader of course).

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Then no reason why HD300-based graphics would not work OOB like it does with Mavericks. I suggest you forget your previous installation method and rebuild your Yosemite USB installer manually, adding Chameleon (or Clover) afterwards.

 

In fact, if I were you and if it really is Yosemite that you want, I would actually install Mavericks on a small partition, from which I would work out a larger Yosemite installation.

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Hmm.. my current installer is made from restoring yosemite to the usb then installing Chameleon over top, then dragging the required files over from the appstore downloaded copy, then the /Extra file is dropped inside :/

Is there any important difference between mavericks and yosemite except for the iPhone seamless connection? (ie. performance?)

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