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After installing the 10.8.2 update, now stuck at Apple logo. but OSX seems to be up and running as I can ping to it and access to it from the network but I can't see the desktop. Tried the AppleACPIPlatform and removed the AppleHDA kext was created as was mentioned in another thread, no success I tried -x -f -v nothing, I've deleted Nvidia kext nothing.
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hello

boot

-v GraphicsEnabler

and post photo where it stop

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Many thanks.

Sorry I don't have camera right now, it stops at "PCI Configuration Begin".

But the HD LED still continues to blink, and after a while the machine replies the ping requests from another computer over network; it's like the screen is frozen but OSX continues to run, what is happening? before this update all was fine.

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try this kext

http://netkas.org/?p=1072

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Many thanks.



I've fixed it by replacing Nvidia Kexts with those of the ML DP1 posted here.

I knew that ML final needed to use this workaround or a KP would occur (I had a thread with that problem), but what I didn't knew is that this update would broke it again.

But, why do I needed to replace those Nvidia kexts again? is my video card not supported anymore?

***now trying to fix the need to use the -f flag to boot and the time/date issue in Windows***

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hello

try in terminal


sudo kextcache -prelinked-kernel

to rebuild the kernelcache

and resart without the flag

about windows ( sorry is in portuguese ) use translator

download the attachment is a windows registry run it and he solve that issue


http://olarila.com/f...ic.php?f=2&t=72

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Cool many thanks!

after running sudo kextcache -prelinked-kernel I've got some errors:

Kernel file /mach_kernel does not contain requested arch: i386
BJUSBLoad.kext - no dependency found for com.apple.kernel.libkern.
BJUSBLoad.kext is missing dependencies (including anyway; dependencies may be available from elsewhere)
BJUSBLoad.kext - no dependency found for com.apple.kernel.libkern.

Is this normal? (I will reboot now and update whether it worked or not) :)

UPDATE: No still doesn't work, but I got a camera and here's part of the screen where it gets stuck, the Caps lock LED works fine so no hard lock.

Attached Files



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i gonna send u 2 kext

make a copy of the original ones

install one and see if the issue is resolved

if not replace again by the original one and try the other

if one by one don't solve install the 2 kext

begin by the acpiport

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are you sure isn't the fakesmc? try the older version maybe.. it worked for me, i had the same problem.

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hello

i gonna send u 2 kext

make a copy of the original ones

install one and see if the issue is resolved

if not replace again by the original one and try the other

if one by one don't solve install the 2 kext

begin by the acpiport

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Many thanks.

Which two kext do you refer to? Did you attach them? (I cannot see them)


are you sure isn't the fakesmc? try the older version maybe.. it worked for me, i had the same problem.

Many thanks too.
I will check it and post the results.



ED:
BTW, is this output from kextcache -prelinked-kernel normal?????????? or is it some error out there?????? maybe has something to do with the need to use -f flag

Kernel file /mach_kernel does not contain requested arch: i386
BJUSBLoad.kext - no dependency found for com.apple.kernel.libkern.
BJUSBLoad.kext is missing dependencies (including anyway; dependencies may be available from elsewhere)
BJUSBLoad.kext - no dependency found for com.apple.kernel.libkern.

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hello

sorry i don't upload the files, when i post this my little daughter is with me ... and make me crazy ...rsrsrsrs

i upload later on

sorry

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Hehe no problem, I though at first this was a forum glitch as sometimes I've attached some files but they didn't appear :)

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hi

the files

Attached File  test.zip   177.09KB   129 downloads

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Many thanks

I get "We could not find the attachment you were attempting to view."

Seriously this forum has the most BUGGY attachment system I saw!!

Try uploading again please :)

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hello

try again

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Many thanks

I've tried each one and both but still needs -f otherwise it gets stuck, gee that's strange this wasn't needed with Lion nor was there in boot.plist.
I partially fixed by editing the boot.plist and added the -f flag so I don't need to write it every time I boot. But I would want a "real" fix not a quick and dirty one!

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give a look here

http://www.insanelym...some-disks-fix/

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Many thanks!
FINALLY, After applying the patch, removing the -f in boot.plist, OSX now boots fine without that flag, and now a bit faster too.

Kudos for you :)





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