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I am getting a kernel panic which seems to be linked to AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, this is a picuture off Google similiar to what I see. This problem happened after I created my Extra folder using Muti-Beast. Booting in any mode gives me the same kernel panic, how can I delete the files on my Extra folder or is there another way to fix it?



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Didn't know anyone had it working? Install NullCPUManagement for now.

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Didn't know anyone had it working? Install NullCPUManagement for now.


I can't get to my desktop. I know my problem will be fixed if I delete my Extra folder, how do I do that?
Everything was working until I created the extra folder with the files inside it.

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I can't get to my desktop. I know my problem will be fixed if I delete my Extra folder, how do I do that?
Everything was working until I created the extra folder with the files inside it.

Thanks!


Boot up into the installer and google how to delete folders from terminal.

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Boot up into the installer and google how to delete folders from terminal.


Can you give me your path directory to the Extra Folder ?

I will just replace your username with mine.

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Can you give me your path directory to the Extra Folder ?

I will just replace your username with mine.


There is no user name, Unix is different to Windows!

My Extra folder is here... /Volumes/MLion/Extra

To go here in terminal: cd /Volumes/MLion/Extra

Obviously change "MLion" to what your partition is called that Mountain Lion is installed onto.

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There is no user name, Unix is different to Windows!

My Extra folder is here... /Volumes/MLion/Extra

To go here in terminal: cd /Volumes/MLion/Extra

Obviously change "MLion" to what your partition is called that Mountain Lion is installed onto.



I ended up re-installing Mountain Lion, but I might need this later if I ever face the same problem. I will delete the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement after installation takes place.

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I ended up re-installing Mountain Lion, but I might need this later if I ever face the same problem. I will delete the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement after installation takes place.

Thank you!


You don't have to delete it, if you install NullCPUManagement it will replace it all for you.

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Using U/MBeast isn't a good idea. Start from the bottom and work up the *beast stuff tends to lead people to throw everything at it and hope something sticks - not a good way of doing it.

To avoid that panic you need NullCPUPowerManagement Installed to get to desktop then get yourself a patched copy of AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.

If you don't do that the only way you're gonna get sleep is with sleep enabler and you'll have no speed-stepping.





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