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CPU power management is broken and I can not boot!

cant boot crash fakesmc cpu power management null cpu power management failure to boot 10.8.2 Help

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Hello all, I've been having some problems recently with nvda exceptions and I was reading on forums about the problem. One user suggested changing your system definition to Mac Pro 5,1. So I opened ##### and attempted to change the definition, I rebooted, and I could not boot normally without a panic. I went into safe mode and I figured that each time you install from ##### you need to reinstall all your drivers again (correct me if I'm wrong). So I did so and now I can't boot into anything, not from my ##### drive, not with any boot flag, nothing. I think I had a conflict between fakesmc and CPU power management (read something on that in the forums). I even deleted both Kexts from the computer. No dice. I'm probably doing something wrong when I install my drivers in ##### since I've had this problem before.

Is there any way to fix power management without a full reinstall? I kind of have a few important files in my machine. Thanks so much in advance for the help.





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