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Can't boot without -V flag, what can i do?

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In verbose mode it boots fine, but without -v the grey spinning wheel gets stuck immediately, or spins choppy until gets stuck. Once it managed to get to the desktop: but the mouse pointer was almost unable to move, it has the spinning beachball all the time, and Finder stopped responding couple of seconds after launching. Re-launching the finder didn't help, everything gets stuck and almost unresponsive.

I have a retail 10.8 with latest Chameleon NullCPU FakeSMC and VoodooTSCSync (to sync the cores) updated to 10.8.2 via combo, on the following hardware:

Intel Thorsby motherboard
i7 3930K without overclock
GT 210 via graphics enabler
256GB SSD with trim enabled

Thanks in advance! :)

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