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Cissmayazz

Kernel Panic AppleTyMCEDriver

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As you can see in this pic I get a kp, i can boot into safe mode (-x) but nothing else...

Does anyone know a possible solution? I already deleted the kext but that didn't change a thing...

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As you can see in this pic I get a kp, i can boot into safe mode (-x) but nothing else...

Does anyone know a possible solution? I already deleted the kext but that didn't change a thing...

 

Anyone? Thx .

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This seems to be caused by a driver that's only loaded when a wrong identification is used in a boot loader. Alternatively, you can try forcibly deleting the kext from (singleuser?) safe mode. When changing a kext, also don't forget to make OS X rebuild the kext cache. :D

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boot -s

 

mount -uw /

rm -rf /system/library/extensions/appletymcedriver.kext

exit

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I was lucky enough after 2 days of trials with Hazard 10.6.1-10.6.2 on HP compaq C2D PC that kernel panic is cause of AppleTyMCEDriver.

Searched for it and got here and yes removing this kext fixed my problem of not being able to boot but in safe mode.

Thx alot guys

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