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#1 OFFLINE   seaniplay



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Geschrieben 16 August 2015 - 21:43 Uhr

I have A massive Question that takes me to freak out.
When I'm starting the installer with GPU, CPU and both RAM sticks, there comes everytime A Debugger not configured error. So I read that this Problem could be the GPU and two RAM sticks. Now I took out one Stick and the GPU, now the installer works.
All things set.
Starting Yosemite... (10.10.5)
Not Working...
Trying " nv_disable=1", now works.
Setting up Mac...
Now im in Yosemite.
So I made all the Updates from Apple, finished.
OK, works.
Now i'm going to installiert NVIDIA WebDrivers in latest Version. Okay.
Starting #!# Dieses Tool wird hier nicht supported #!#.
Selecting DSDT-FREE, selected Network drivers, audio drivers, USB 3.0 Support, Intel Fix. Finished
Install successfull.
Works. OK.
Audio now Works!
LAN doesn't longer works.
But, okay.
So now I put in my Graphics-card and the 2nd RAM Stick.
Boot into Yosemite...
Used already bootflags like GraphicsEnabler=Yes or nv_disable=1 or nvda_drv=0 not Working.
Startet with this Flags: -v -F npci=0x2000 nv_disable=1 PCIRootUID=1 ...
Worked, slowly, unstable and buggy, but worked.
So now installed few drivers, and updated the Pop-Up for Nvidia WebDrivers and restarted.
Not working.
Also with the Flags that were Working before, there is now when booting with Flags: p, pan, panic, panic (CPU 6 ***) for A few seconds and the system goes for reboot. Than i'm again in startup Menu (bootloader)

My components:

Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3
Graphics-Card: MSi GeForce GTX 980
Ram: 8GB Ballistix (2x4GB)
Processor: Intel Core i7 4790K

Have you any ideas? I dont want to install OSX Yosemite and do this process again, because it's going to fail again I think.

Have I installed something wrong?
Or do I need something in #!# Dieses Tool wird hier nicht supported #!# to get this things Working?

Please Tell me your ideas :3 :(

Thank You!

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Geschrieben 16 August 2015 - 22:17 Uhr


Your Graphicscard is only working with the webdrivers.

So you have to boot with nv_disable=1 (which disables the nvidia kexts) until the webdrivers are installed.

After installing it just remove nv_disable=1 and use nvda_drv=1 as bootflag. (which enables the webdriver)



We are not supporting tools like multibeast here because it makes more problems that it solves.

I think you have to much or the wrong kexts installed.

It is not like in windows that it doesn´t matter if the wrong driver is installed.

For example sound: If it uses the apple way to enable sound it´s always the AppleHDA.kext but just with different settings in it. (and maybe a other enabler which injects a other LayoutID)


Can you remove all the things which are installed with this tool?


I would recommend you that you just install the kexts that you need by yourself and not by this tool.

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