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Michał Mildner

KP after ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin[...] timed out

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Hello, I am new to this forum, so hello:)

 

I have problem with booting installed 10.8.2

 

I have used tonymacx86 USB installer, everything worked ok, no problems at all.

My specs:

T61p, C2D T7700, 4GB of RAM, Seagate Momentus SSHD, nvidia Quadro FX570M.

 

After installation, I created /Extra/KextStore directory, and for the beginning put there fakesmc.kext and nullcpu(...).kext, then installed chameleon 2.1, and tried to boot it from HDD.

 

I'm booting with -v npci=0x2000(problem with PCI Conf begin) and I've tried a couple of other parameters, but with no effect. I also tried to put fakesmc and nullcpu into /S/L/E - didn't worked.

 

Everything is ok, FakeSMC messages at the beggining - seems ok, until this moment:

Waiting for DSMOS...
(few seconds of break)
Previous Shutdown Cause: 3
(something about bluetooth - anyway, completed)
NVDANV50HAL loaded and registered.
ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) timed out
and now Kernel Panic (I can put a photo here if it's necessary)

 

When booting from USB it looks the same, but after

ACPI_SMC(...) timed out

is

DSMOS has Arrived

and system loads normally.

 

Any ideas? I tried to find solution, but no effect:(

Please Help

Regards, Michal

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