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I installed 10.8.4 with unishit. After the successful installation, the system will auto reboot...

When it restarted I can choose there between my USB and HDD, but it doesn't matter if I type 1 or 2, it'll boot to the installer all

over again so I can't procceed to the OS.


I'm not really sure what to do, could anybody help me out here?


Thank you very much

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I installed 10.8.4 with unishit. After the successful installation, the system will auto reboot...

When it restarted I can choose there between my USB and HDD, but it doesn't matter if I type 1 or 2, it'll boot to the installer all

over again so I can't procceed to the OS.


I'm not really sure what to do, could anybody help me out here?


Thank you very much

 

Dont use tony's_hit, people love that sh_it though, ain't no sh_it at all.


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type 1 or 2?


you should select the hd with the arrow keys and press enter.


as you may not notice before, there is no support for beasts here, it is not used here.

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As you may have noticed we do not endorse the use of any *beast stuff, if you want support for that software, you should go to where you got it.

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I stopped trying.


I thought you had to press 1 or 2 to choose between usb and hdd, but you had to choose with the arrow keys. That was a bit stupid of me..

However, I could start up with the USB (in safe-mode), but not without.I would receive a weird error, I made a picture of it:


RoczDRi.jpg


So I tried many things on the internet, also things like copying some files from the usb to the hdd so I could boot..

But it didn't worked.. I will attach the error that I would receive when trying to boot from the HDD.


I don't have a lot of experience on getting a hackintosh to work..

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I tried to remove my GPU, but then I noticed my pc didn't show any screen when it was hooked up on the motherboard.


So I did some research, and as how stupid I am, I bought the Intel core i5 3350P.


This CPU doesn't have a integrated GPU.. so I'm a bit "screwed" now until I can buy a new processor.. and that will probably be next year.

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Lenovo G500 - i5 3230m - HM77 - Ram - 8 GB - Conexant audio - HD 4000

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