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Hello everybody!

 

Hardware specs:

CPU: Intel Core i5-3330 3.0GHz

MoBo: ASUS P8H61-MX

RAM: 2*4Gb Hynix DDR3 1600MHz

HDD: SATA Toshiba 1Tb

Video: InnoVision GeForce GT610 2048Mb SDDR3

DVD: ASUS SATA DRW-24F1ST

 

Used iAtkos ML2 for install.

 

Installation was made according to the iAtkos recommendations and was fine.

 

BUT after installation starts up only with -x flag. In -v mode boot stops at the following moment:

 

Attached File  screen1.JPG   150.14KB   1 downloads

 

Can anyone help me to understand what the problem is and how to fix it?

I'll be thankful for any help!



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Do you have internal graphics turned off in the BIOS?



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I don't know exactly. It seems that with -x systems boots with DSDT from bios. Without -x it uses custom DSDT.
Did you extract DSDT on your own or found a one in the internet?

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Do you have internal graphics turned off in the BIOS?

Have no idea yet, let me check it out.... Thanx for advice!


I don't know exactly. It seems that with -x systems boots with DSDT from bios. Without -x it uses custom DSDT.
Did you extract DSDT on your own or found a one in the internet?

I didn't downloaded DSDT from the internet, I've installed the ML to the "blank" hardware (-:



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I didn't downloaded DSDT from the internet, I've installed the ML to the "blank" hardware (-:

Yes check out what q64ceo suggested. If it doesn't help, try to put DSDT to the Extra. Usually, these problems arise with wrong DSDT or with
Surplus unnecessary kext.

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Yes check out what q64ceo suggested. If it doesn't help, try to put DSDT to the Extra. Usually, these problems arise with wrong DSDT or with
Surplus unnecessary kext.

i've turned off on-board video - it didn't help. What DSDT I should put to the Extra?



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i've turned off on-board video - it didn't help. What DSDT I should put to the Extra?

Your DSDT from bios, you can extract it with the help of AIDA64 under windows. But you must edit it after that.
Also with blink DSDT from bios, you must have nullcpupowermanagemnt and fakesmc.
By the way, forgot to ask, did you try to load with -f -v GraphicsEnabler=No, maybe the problem is with the permissions.

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Your DSDT from bios, you can extract it with the help of AIDA64 under windows. But you must edit it after that.
Also with blink DSDT from bios, you must have nullcpupowermanagemnt and fakesmc.
By the way, forgot to ask, did you try to load with -f -v GraphicsEnabler=No, maybe the problem is with the permissions.

I'll try and post the results


Ive tried –f –v –GraphicsEnabler=No and thats where the boot stops:

 

 

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hello

 

what i see u use a wrong smbios.. imac12,1 is for sandy cpu .. u have a ivy .. should use imac13,1

 

try disable in bios the vt'd

 

is something wrong is u bios sets.. make a default in bios...

 

good hack



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Thanks, will try and post back

hello

 

what i see u use a wrong smbios.. imac12,1 is for sandy cpu .. u have a ivy .. should use imac13,1

 

try disable in bios the vt'd

 

is something wrong is u bios sets.. make a default in bios...

 

good h


hello

 

what i see u use a wrong smbios.. imac12,1 is for sandy cpu .. u have a ivy .. should use imac13,1

I have no idea where to change it

 

 

 

 

 

try disable in bios the vt'd

What is vt'd?

 

I have set bios to default, have changed only HDD mode from IDE to AHCI and on boot have stopped as on picture

 

 

And I really appreciate your concern and help!!!! (-:



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Yes, you should do what artur-pt suggested if kernel panic doesn't go off, you must install this http://www.osx86.net...le&id=16&page=3 with the help of MacDrive to the S/L/E. Afterwards, try to boot with flag -f - v GraphicsEnabler=No

EDIT 1

Also, put these files to the Extra with the help of MacDrive. I chandge model to iMac 13.1 and write down such kernel flags as -f -v GraphicEnabker=No

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Yes, you should do what artur-pt suggested if kernel panic doesn't go off, you must install this http://www.osx86.net...le&id=16&page=3 with the help of MacDrive to the S/L/E. Afterwards, try to boot with flag -f - v GraphicsEnabler=No

EDIT 1

Also, put these files to the Extra with the help of MacDrive. I chandge model to iMac 13.1 and write down such kernel flags as -f -v GraphicEnabker=No

Thanks a lot, will do and report back


Yes, you should do what artur-pt suggested if kernel panic doesn't go off, you must install this http://www.osx86.net...le&id=16&page=3 with the help of MacDrive to the S/L/E. Afterwards, try to boot with flag -f - v GraphicsEnabler=No

EDIT 1

Also, put these files to the Extra with the help of MacDrive. I chandge model to iMac 13.1 and write down such kernel flags as -f -v GraphicEnabker=No

 

I've followed your recommendations. The sister still stops in this spot:

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Did it happen with NullCPUPowerManagement?
vt'd is x86 virtualization. Try to disable this parameter if it is in bios.
You needn't write -v at Chameleon as it is written in Kernel Flags of org.chameleon.boot.plist.
Still thinking about your new panic.

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Did it happen with NullCPUPowerManagement?
vt'd is x86 virtualization. Try to disable this parameter if it is in bios.
You needn't write -v at Chameleon as it is written in Kernel Flags of org.chameleon.boot.plist.
Still thinking about your new panic.

Ok, will look for it in bios. Not sure where to look but will look through all bios.



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What if to try it with iMac12.1(old variant). Attached it just for case if you deleted the old smbios.

It is stange I don't see NullCPM started.

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What if to try it with iMac12.1(old variant). Attached it just for case if you deleted the old smbios.

It is stange I don't see NullCPM started.

 

 

Sorry, last picture was made before the NullCPUPowerManagement was applied. Here's what I've got after returning to the old variant^

 

2mxmmmw.jpg

 

And in bios I have the following - Intel Virtualization Technology - DISABLED - is it the vt'd you've mentioned above?


Another question - if I will update to ML10.8.4 - will system work ok? Or better fix the problem first? (-:



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hello

 

now is video...

 

remove the nvresman*

 

and boot again

 

-f -v GraphicsEnabler=No

 

good hack



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hello

 

now is video...

 

remove the nvresman*

 

and boot again

 

-f -v GraphicsEnabler=No

 

good hack

where this nvresman is to be found?



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hello

 

man is only one place to install kext

 

/system/library/extensions or usual we say S/L/E

 

good hack



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hello

 

man is only one place to install kext

 

/system/library/extensions or usual we say S/L/E

 

good hack

There is no such kext

 

Do you mean NVDAResman.kext?


Removing has helped but now my video is ugly (-: how can I fix it?







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