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  1. Hi all, I am sort of stuck. I've built a great hackintosh that I love, and it's been working trouble-free for a month or so now. Tonight, I decided to try connecting an older IDE drive to a Rosewill RAID card that I was using for its two extra SATA ports. The system (during bios) tried detecting the first drive I tried but it couldn't after quite some time trying, but the second drive was detected immediately, then the boot sequence began. But it rebooted immediately when the apple logo/gray screen appeared (it flashed briefly as it rebooted). In verbose mode, the last lines to appear before the reboot are: Starting Darwin x86_64 Boot Args: boot-w.....(took a screen shot and it's blurry): Now, I can't get the system to boot even after removing the SATA RAID card. I tried -F and -x boot flags. I have a Gigabyte DS3H with an i5-2500K. I have tried moving some kexts out of the startup folder and back in, no luck. Now, I am unable to boot from my usb stick (I get an apple with a "no smoking" type circle through it) Thanks a lot