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iAtkos S3 V2 post-installation boot problem

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So, I successfully installed snow leo iatkos s3 v2 on my acer aspire m3640 via vmware (installed mac os x on sata hdd and then installed the real mac os x inside vmware on my other hdd but IDE), but, after i restart the pc, after the os loads for a while then i get a kernel panic. So i tryed to boot with -v and found out that the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext is giving me trouble (the panic), so, what can i do?

 

P.S. i installed Vodoo P-state

 

And for some reason the disabler.kext won't run

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So, I successfully installed snow leo iatkos s3 v2 on my acer aspire m3640 via vmware (installed mac os x on sata hdd and then installed the real mac os x inside vmware on my other hdd but IDE), but, after i restart the pc, after the os loads for a while then i get a kernel panic. So i tryed to boot with -v and found out that the AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext is giving me trouble (the panic), so, what can i do?

 

P.S. i installed Vodoo P-state

Rename the AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext to AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext.bak so it doesn't load.

 

In Terminal:

cd /System/Library/Extensions
sudo mv AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext AppleIntelCPUManagement.kext.bak

Delete the cache file: /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext

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so, that way worked, but only now i noticed that none of the needed kexts are booting (disabler.kext, fakesmc.kext etc), in -v mode says that these kext fail to run, what should i do?

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so, that way worked, but only now i noticed that none of the needed kexts are booting (disabler.kext, fakesmc.kext etc), in -v mode says that these kext fail to run, what should i do?

It sounds like a permissions problem.

 

Try to boot in single user mode (-s). You should end up with a command prompt. At the prompt, type the following commands:

 

mount -uw /
chown -R root:wheel /Extra/Extensions
chmod -R 755 /Extra/Extensions
cd /System/Library
chown -R root:wheel Extensions
chmod -R 755 Extensions
reboot

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