Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About rvoosterhout

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Protégé
  • Birthday 01/05/1992

Profile Information

  • Gender
  1. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    Succesfully installed with -v -x -f. But when i want to boot it, i still get faults with fakesms. Reinstalled fakesms using kext utility, still problems. It's only possible to boot with -v -x -f. Any solutions? Thanks
  2. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    It boots with the -v -x -f way. Is it safe to install it that way since there are no driver's loaded?
  3. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    I created the USB stick. I still get's a lot of fakesms problems, but it continues the boot. But now i get stuck at a white screen..Something wrong with my video driver?
  4. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

  5. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    I just removes every non esencial hardware there is (pci cards, firewire, external devices etc) but still no boot. KP at same screen as post #9
  6. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    My Setup: P8p67 Rev 3.1 Intel i5 2500 AMD radeon HD 6670 8gb ram To make it more clear:
  7. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    Yes, it's in System/Library/Extensions
  8. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    Got a little bit further again. Now no kernal pannic, but it freezes on the spinning rainbow wheel.
  9. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    I'll try it tonight. And When i'm using the NullCPUPowerMangement.kext, do i have to delete the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagment.kext?
  10. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    I prepared the USB stick again, and did something else. I removed the AMD6000.kext and replace the AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement.kext with a flashed one for my motherboard. Still getting a kp
  11. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    I used a patched AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement.kext, but no effect. About flashing my bios, am i still able to boot windows after I flashed it?
  12. p8p67 fakeSMC problem

    Hey Guys, I'm not able to get past the boot screen. It goes directly into a kernal pannic I used the manual on this website to make a Mavericks USB. I took a screenshot with -v Link to full image size: http://imageshack.com/a/img843/8104/ia7i.jpg Thanks for helping me out. Gr, Oosterhout