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Chooses to inject kext option at boot time with the clover!

 

I don't see it, can you provide a picture or screenshot?



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Click in space with keyboard and select Boot Mac OS X with injected kexts!

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Still doesn't work. My n4110 is running on an i7-2620M; does that make any difference?



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Shouldn't matter. I removed this line from guide text because I intend to update usb files with InjectKexts=Detect but then work came the way.

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The kernel keeps panicking right after "DSMOS has arrived" line, what does this mean? My research seems to indicate I need to patch the SSDT file for my processor?

 

Anyways here's my system:

Model : Dell n4110

CPU:    i7-2620m

RAM:    6 GB DDR3

HDD:    INTEL 530 240GB SSD
 

 

Edit: I just tried booting the Mavericks install, and I still get the same kernel panic. Are you sure running an i7-2620M doesn't require me to modify any of your clover usb files?

 

Edit 2: Any help please?



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Try my own i7-2620m SSDT and replace it with whatever your SSDT is called.

As TW said I don't think it's because of this, but at least you'll have eliminated one possibility.

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I tried it, but the kernel still panics.

 

 

Edit: Any help would really be appreciated. :)



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Detailed image out the panic happening would be appreciated to at least have some idea about what causes it in the first place, blank statement of the fact that is happens is of zero use.

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Here's screenshots of booting Mavericks. I used the clover files posted in the first post and selected Kernel Injection.

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I don't see any kernel panics here, what I see though is message saying that AGPM is unable to determine the platform, which means that IGPU is not being enabled properly. Why is that? You tell me .. because it works for just about everyone here. 


People who are suddenly seeing Mac OS X in their boot menu and observing system freezes. The entry is created by boot.efi when laptop is hibernated, so that it could boot back into OS. Clover should be deleting this Boot entry upon start, if it doesn't happen chances are the NVRAM gets partially corrupted and freezes start to occur. I have been using Clover v2 rev2922 (what is provided with package v.1.1.1) with no issues, since changes to Boot entry parsing/adding have been introduced with Clover rev2949, chances are you will have the problem if you update the binaries. 



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I don't see any kernel panics here, what I see though is message saying that AGPM is unable to determine the platform, which means that IGPU is not being enabled properly. Why is that? You tell me .. because it works for just about everyone here. 


People who are suddenly seeing Mac OS X in their boot menu and observing system freezes. The entry is created by boot.efi when laptop is hibernated, so that it could boot back into OS. Clover should be deleting this Boot entry upon start, if it doesn't happen chances are the NVRAM gets partially corrupted and freezes start to occur. I have been using Clover v2 rev2922 (what is provided with package v.1.1.1) with no issues, since changes to Boot entry parsing/adding have been introduced with Clover rev2949, chances are you will have the problem if you update the binaries. 

 

I uploaded the wrong pics, please see the updated ones above.



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Try removing entry number 7 from KextsToPatch list, but I fail to see how this could affect just your machine, while other people are using the patch to enable HDMI audio and VGA out.

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I have updated configs in USB files with InjectKexts=Detect to eliminate the need of *space trick*, hence removed the guidelines for this procedure from the original post. 



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Try removing entry number 7 from KextsToPatch list, but I fail to see how this could affect just your machine, while other people are using the patch to enable HDMI audio and VGA out.

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I have updated configs in USB files with InjectKexts=Detect to eliminate the need of *space trick*, hence removed the guidelines for this procedure from the original post. 

 

I tried that and got a different kernel panic. I also tried resetting NVRAM, and resetting to default bios settings.

 

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Why are you installing 10.9.3, when most recent software is 10.9.5? What is the origin of that installation media? Is that an original image? 



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Why are you installing 10.9.3, when most recent software is 10.9.5? What is the origin of that installation media? Is that an original image? 

 

I created using DiskMaker X from the .app file. It also panics with the latest Yosemite release from the store.



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Well, if removing that SNB patch has lead to this, then try disabling Inject>Intel in config for now. I have no other options for you. 



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Well, if removing that SNB patch has lead to this, then try disabling Inject>Intel in config for now. I have no other options for you. 

 

It didn't work. Thanks for the help :). Please let me know if you come up with anything or want more logs or info.







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