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Well, that one failed hard. Still the time-out. I actually expected different. When I'm back from work I'll go and re-install OS X over the current partition. Is there anything I should make a backup of? Any apps installed after the install or any kexts?

Thanks for all the help guys! Not +1, but +infinity if that was possible on this forum lol.

edit: I'll keep this topic open for future issues regarding kexts and caches.

well, it's really simple to reinstall OSX than Windows.
Nothing really needs to be backed up.

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well, it's really simple to reinstall OSX than Windows.
Nothing really needs to be backed up.


Alrighty then. I'll get started with it right NOW! lol :D

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Okay, a re-install didn't work for me, still the time-outs. So did a complete 0-write format (overwrite disk with 0s).
Now I re-installed it and got everything back to normal (WiFi not yet, might be able to do that with a DSDT edit, but that's another thread in this category).

Anyways, now the cache rebuilds in less than 20s OMG what fast! :D

I'm completely happy again! :D

(Luck that I could find my USB drive where I put the installation at. Pfew).

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Okay, a re-install didn't work for me, still the time-outs. So did a complete 0-write format (overwrite disk with 0s).
Now I re-installed it and got everything back to normal (WiFi not yet, might be able to do that with a DSDT edit, but that's another thread in this category).

Anyways, now the cache rebuilds in less than 20s OMG what fast! :D

I'm completely happy again! :D

(Luck that I could find my USB drive where I put the installation at. Pfew).

congrats.
Anyway, I suggest you rebuilding kernel cache by terminal instead of apps ~

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@p.H: What commands of this topic could I best use it? The touch command, or the bash script earlier in this topic? Disk permissions do with diskutil, right?

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I'm having a similar problem when rebuilding cache i get a error
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)
When i build the cache and boot using kernel cache my computer just restarts until i boot with -f or remove the Extensions.mkext from the startup folder.

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@meknb: Did you try the wholw bash script earlier in this topic? Mostly that'll work I guess.

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You mean the one from ifire ?? yes still no luck it just reboots when i use kernel cache the same problem with BJUSBLoad.kext .





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