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10.8.2 supplemental

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upgrade went fine this time. Still get KP when booting however. and -v doesn't reveal anything. Last things loaded are AppleFSCompression libs. Wonder if ZFS is causing issues.

 

I'm not getting a backtrace :/

 

booting in single-user and verbose doesn't give much except the AppleFSCompression stuff is loading (Zlib etc), then it just hangs

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It's not in my sig, but I will since it's not a bad idea.'

 

Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD3R

CPU: i7 950

Ethernet: Netgear GA311

Sound: USB

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You've got my vote for October! Oh wait, wrong thread... :worried_anim:

 

when did you change your photo ?

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With my hackintosh , upgrading to 10.8.2 came with kernel panic.

I was able to resolve by taking back AppleACPI kext from 10.8.1 .

 

Anyone with the same problem, can use my package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/39296404/Hackintosh/MSI%20Z77A-GD55%20Mountain/MSIZ77A-GD55.dmg

prior to rebooting, after install 10.8.2 .

(It's for MSI Z77A-GD55, but if you select only AppleACPI kext, you're good to go).

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With my hackintosh , upgrading to 10.8.2 came with kernel panic.

I was able to resolve by taking back AppleACPI kext from 10.8.1 .

 

Anyone with the same problem, can use my package: https://dl.dropbox.c...SIZ77A-GD55.dmg

prior to rebooting, after install 10.8.2 .

(It's for MSI Z77A-GD55, but if you select only AppleACPI kext, you're good to go).

 

 

How can I use this? The update makes me restart the computer before having a chance to install this inbetween. i.e. it makes me reboot, it installs somethings before completing the reboot, THEN it just reboots. There's no wiggle room inbetween.

 

Btw, I only see a AppleACPIPlatform.kext is that what you're talking about?

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Try the solution posted by theconnactic.

Otherwise another solution:

 

There is a AppleACPIPlatform.kext specifically for X58 motherboards that prevents kernel panics.

 

I uploaded it to my dropbox for you:

 

https://dl.dropbox.c...atform.kext.zip

 

Unzip it and copy to root of your hackintosh, in a folder named "newacpi".

Do the upgrade of your hackintosh, reboot and start in single user (-s) .

Then execute these commands,one by one :

fsck -fy
mount -uw /
mkdir /acpibackup
cd /System/Library/Extensions
mv AppleACPIPlatform.kext /acpibackup
cd /newacpi/
cp AppleACPIPlatform.kext /System/Library/Extensions

 

If at reboot with -f all went well, you can remove the folders "newacpi" and "acpibackup" in your root.

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Try the solution posted by theconnactic.

Otherwise another solution:

 

There is a AppleACPIPlatform.kext specifically for X58 motherboards that prevents kernel panics.

 

I uploaded it to my dropbox for you:

 

https://dl.dropbox.c...atform.kext.zip

 

Unzip it and copy to root of your hackintosh, in a folder named "newacpi".

Do the upgrade of your hackintosh, reboot and start in single user (-s) .

Then execute these commands,one by one :

fsck -fy
mount -uw /
mkdir /acpibackup
cd /System/Library/Extensions
mv AppleACPIPlatform.kext /acpibackup
cd /newacpi/
cp AppleACPIPlatform.kext /System/Library/Extensions

 

If all went well, you can remove the folders "newacpi" and "acpibackup" in your root.

 

Thank you! Will I not need to rebuild the kextcache?

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Simply reboot and start with "-f" .

BTW, i will edit my last post, my "if all went well,you can remove the folders "newacpi" and "acpibackup" in your root" is relative to the reboot.

If you reboot and all is working you can delete those folders.

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