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DoubleDroz

Member Since 09 May 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 30 2017 11:18 AM
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In Topic: T3500 won't boot - error loading kernel cache 0xe

24 April 2017 - 03:48 AM

Same here

i'm back to Clover_v2.4k_r4049.zip

All is fine!

 

That's interesting - I'm on 4061 and everything is (still) working...

In Topic: T3500 won't boot - error loading kernel cache 0xe

21 April 2017 - 04:27 PM

Installing Sierra again seemed to fix all the problems. 

 

I edited my 2 kexts for my AMD FirePro v4800, ran kext utility, rebooted, and we were back at exactly the same place we left off (before the 0xe error, that is!). 

 

I guess this means that, if someone's faced with some wackyness, an install won't wipe your home folders and everything should works as it did!

 

Now, it's time to sleep for a while. 

In Topic: T3500 won't boot - error loading kernel cache 0xe

21 April 2017 - 03:28 PM

I unplugged all peripherals and rebooted: Nothing. 

 

I decided to try and go in through linux to grab the latest clover and settings, and thought I'd throw the Sierra volume into gparted. 

 

Something happened, and I needed to repair it with fsck.hfsplus command in linux. 

 

Apparently, my drive needed "minor repairs", though First Aid in the usb installer I made couldn't find anything the last time I tried. I also tried deleting /System/Library/caches/com.apple.kextcache/* to see if that would wake the beast. 

 

Anyway, that didn't help either - still the same issue. 

 

Somewhere, I picked up on the idea that I could run the installer, and it *wouldn't* overwrite anything except system, so I'm currently sitting through an install. 

 

However, I'm not holding out hope for a clean boot because my clover options still say "cancel hibernate wake" when I press the space bar on a boot option (which hasn't helped at all). 

 

Will report back and let others know once it's over if it worked, or if I need to jump back and properly delete "/System" entirely and try installing again - that way, at least my home folder is preserved and I can get back to it.

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