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kernel panic on hp mini 110

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You need to move the kext that is causing the panic. If you can't boot into the machine, use an install disc to get you to Terminal and remove it from there.


You could also try logging on a single user mode, that would bring up Terminal and you can remove the kext from there.

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Once you get a working OS I highly recommend Carbon Copy cloner or something similar for "saving your progress" as it were, that way you always have a backup to fallback to.

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