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I've updated my system from build 11A390 to 11A444. Not its not booting anymore. Is there any way I can fix this or do I need to reinstall Lion?

Screenshot of crash attachedAttached File  2011_06_18_10.59.59.jpg   1.48MB   45 downloads

EDIT: I'm using ##### 1.5a on USB with the following kexts inserted:

Disabler
EvOreboot
FakeSMC
IntelCPUMonitor
JMicronATA
NullCPUPowerManagement
SuperIOFamily

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Hi,
What is your System configuration?

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Biostar TP43D2-A7 mainboard

Intel C2D E8400@3,55GHz

Sapphire Radeon HD6850

2GB DDR2-800

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I've updated my system from build 11A390 to 11A444. Not its not booting anymore. Is there any way I can fix this or do I need to reinstall Lion?

Screenshot of crash attachedAttached File  2011_06_18_10.59.59.jpg   1.48MB   45 downloads

EDIT: I'm using ##### 1.5a on USB with the following kexts inserted:

Disabler
EvOreboot
FakeSMC
IntelCPUMonitor
JMicronATA
NullCPUPowerManagement
SuperIOFamily


Reinstall all kexts and delete other power managemant kexts.

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those of #####, or those of the system?

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those of #####, or those of the system?


I dont know about #####, im using Chameleon, but try first with system kexts

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Biostar TP43D2-A7 mainboard

Intel C2D E8400@3,55GHz

Sapphire Radeon HD6850

2GB DDR2-800


Replace IOPCIFamily.kext, AppleACPIPlatform.kext, IO80211.kext with ones from your Snow Leopard and it should work.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but. IO80211Family.kext is wireless LAN, which that system doesnt have

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but. IO80211Family.kext is wireless LAN, which that system doesnt have


Yes that is correct but if you leave IO80211Family.kext as it is, it gives loading errors on boot as it depends on the other two kexts I mentioned (from Snow Leopard).

I hope it is clear now but hey I could be wrong too haha.
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Stop removing and installing kexts from other operating system releases, you've got a mis-match in a kernel extension that is trying to load from libraries and it isn't getting the expected result.

That's what "symbol not found," means in that context. You've got something pretty broken in CoreFoundation and it isn't finding the symbol it wants in /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib.





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