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I am using Lion DP4 for almost 2 weeks, and all of the suden, I can't boot anymore.
Loads all kexts, and before booting gives me KP and System uptime in nanoseconds.

Anyone know solution?

EDIT:
I reinstalled AppleTYMCEDriver.kext

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Boot in verbose mode and see what Extension/kext is causing your kernel panic and stop loading it.

Easy.

My most recent problem was with ALC888 audio, the Kext I was using worked fine on DP4 but started causing kernel panics on the DP4 update that was released this week.

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Boot in verbose mode and see what Extension/kext is causing your kernel panic and stop loading it.

Easy.

My most recent problem was with ALC888 audio, the Kext I was using worked fine on DP4 but started causing kernel panics on the DP4 update that was released this week.


My KP is related to AppleTyMCEDriver.kext, if I remove that kext, it won't work also.





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