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Best Answer poispois, 10 October 2013 - 09:09 PM

Solved with the kexts set for HD 7000 from http://www.osx86.net...-ati-7000-kext/ and the proper kexts for ALC892.

 

Solved with reverting back to the original kexts from Mavericks.

 

May this help someone in the same situation.

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Hi,

 

After many attempts after trying to solve this on my own i'm asking for your expertise  :)

 

I've successfully completed the installation of Mavericks but on booting I can't get past this error message:

 

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"Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!" after this it halts. I'm able to boot with -x but I can't any other way.

 

My system specs are:

Asrock Z77 Pro4

Pentium G2030

ATI Radeon HD 7770 1Gb 

 

And i'm also using Clover bootloader.

 

Can anyone help me?

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Hi,

 

After many attempts after trying to solve this on my own i'm asking for your expertise  :)

 

I've successfully completed the installation of Mavericks but on booting I can't get past this error message:

 

 

 

"Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!" after this it halts. I'm able to boot with -x but I can't any other way.

 

My system specs are:

Asrock Z77 Pro4

Pentium G2030

ATI Radeon HD 7770 1Gb 

 

And i'm also using Clover bootloader.

 

Can anyone help me?

 

Did you set DropDMAR=Yes in ACPI section? VT-d caused such problems often ;)

Try to set dart=0 -v on args manually for test and see what happens.

 

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How do I do that? Just set it as a boot argument in Clover like I did for -x?

Sorry for the noobness.

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I've tried booting with dart=0 and still got the same boot error message.

From what I've read HD7xxx series now have OOB support in Mavericks, however I'll try to install a different kext in order to see if the issue is coming from my video card.

This is a somewhat recurring issue that happens to some users that seems to do not have a "universal" solution.

More suggestions are appreciated, thanks :)

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Best Answer

Solved with the kexts set for HD 7000 from http://www.osx86.net...-ati-7000-kext/ and the proper kexts for ALC892.

 

Solved with reverting back to the original kexts from Mavericks.

 

May this help someone in the same situation.


Edited by poispois, 12 October 2013 - 04:13 PM.







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