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Hello. I had a perfect running system with macOS 10.11 for almost 6 months. Today I upgraded to Sierra and it ruined all my setup. One kernel panic after another, Sierra is just not ready yet. Long story short: I need to work with that computer in Windows tommorow, thats why I install Windows 7 on it now. I have two problems now: 1, I have a installation disk and I installed macOS 10.11 succesfully two times with it. Now, when I start to boot is it gives me a kernel panic. Why?? 2, Is there any way I can keep my now installed Windows 7 as a Dualboot to my tommorow installed macOS 10.11? 3, If no: How can I install macOS 10.11 and Windows 7 and what partitions and bootloader settings do I have to make for that? Thanks for response and feedback. Have a nice day!
I am unable to boot any version of OS X yosemite(10.10, 10.10.1,...) on my latitude e6410. I have tried both Chameleon and Clover and receive ACPI kernel panics. This is also affecting my El Capitan usb installer too. Here are some steps I have tried to resolve this issue and they have failed: Reset BIOS, Disable VT for Direct IO, Set HDD mode to AHCI. Change Bootloaders from Chameleon to Clover Place AppleACPIPlatform Kext inside Clover kext directory. Have removed AppleACPIPlatform from S/L/E Strangely this does not affect any distro's I have tried from booting into the installerl, but I would like to install using Patel's guide because the end result is much better than a distro. My system specs are: Dell Latitude E6410 i5-560M NVS 3100M 465GB HDD 6GB RAM BIOS A16 Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.