Norton287 wrote: ↑Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:27 pm
You have to put the whole "/Volumes/OS X/System/Library/Extenstions" in quotes, same for every command since you made your partition with a space in the name.
Okay So I managed to boot into the MAC login screen by adding "-x" safe mode into the list of commands. Only with that command I was able to boot into the setup. Now after meddling and going through the setup, once I inputted my password and click login, I get apple's spinning wheel of death. I decided to reboot and now, my USB wouldn't launch! After choosing my USB drive, it shows some usual Boot: etc but then turns into an underscore with a dot on the top left corner (This is usually the screen showing the boot drives to choose and boot flags). Ideas
Worked well with the quotes! Okay now I tried booting into the HDD using the USB drive, but it freezes again.
I tried -v -UseKernelCache=No but it didnt work, so I attempted to use the same bootflags I used for the installation.
UseKernelCache=No npci=0x20000 -f -v EHCIAcquire=Yes USBBusFix=Yes
I got quite far down to the point where it worked before (BluetoothController etc), but a new line was added that goes: " GPU Hardware VM is disabled (multispace: disabled, page table updates with DMA: disabled).
It freezes from here. If it's anything to do with the GPU, note that I've actually connected directly into my Motherboards onboard graphics (as suggested by some of the users). Thanks in advance!