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Hi all

I got a problem with the natit.kext file, and os x is not booting anymore

Now i'm booting with the -s command and trying to delete natit.kext with the rm -rf /system/library/extensions/natit.kext

but i'm getting errors which says that it's read-only

How do I erase this kext ?

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It helps when you pay attention to the two lines right above the bash prompt when you boot single user mode.. specifically the ones that say


(filesystem check)

/sbin/fsck -fy


(mount hdd read/write)

/sbin/mount -uw /


both of which are directly on the screen when you boot -s ...

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