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Stuck on "waitForSystemMapper" or "[PCI configuration begin]" - what wo...

06 January 2017 - 10:52 AM

Answer: Nothing except rolling old AppleACPIplatform.kext back. I got tired of doing it after almost ever update.

I started to digging the problem. Discovered that original MacBookPro 6,1' ACPI (which my Samsung imitates) doesn't contain DMAR table (DMA Remapping table), newer Macs do have it. So I compared my DMAR and one from newer Mac, they are different of course.

My conclusion: fix my DMAR to be accepted by Apple's OS or drop it. I choose dropping (my old Chameleon do it for me on Mavericks 10.9.5 Attached File  boot (Bungo branch).zip   162.34KB   2 downloads). Now I can always have actual stock AppleACPIplatform.kext, no more npci or something.

I hope it'll help.

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