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Someone else fixed it by putting the RAM in another channel

 

still KP

 

TUFS: starting (version....
enet_event_func   -  vendor 1, class 1, subclass 2, event code 12
enet_event_func   -  vendor 1, class 1, subclass 2, event code 13
enet_event_func   -  vendor 1, class 1, subclass 2, event code 14

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hello

 

i think the problem is there...

 

ntfs is not native in mac os x.. if u share data between the 2 systems, the best is to use the data partition in EXFAT, native in the 2..

 

remove from the system tuxera.. i think is a pref panel and uninstall it...

 

good hack

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hello

 

i think the problem is there...

 

ntfs is not native in mac os x.. if u share data between the 2 systems, the best is to use the data partition in EXFAT, native in the 2..

 

remove from the system tuxera.. i think is a pref panel and uninstall it...

 

good hack

 

How to remove tuxera? I don't know how to remove tuxera from terminal or single mode...

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hello

 

try to boot with the installer

 

if with the installer don't boot the system, try the usual flags with installer

 

-x

 

-f

 

UseKernelCache=No -v

 

must try to boot the system

 

u have the 2 systems in same hd ? if not unplug the windows hd...

 

good hack

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hello

 

try to boot with the installer

 

if with the installer don't boot the system, try the usual flags with installer

 

-x

 

-f

 

UseKernelCache=No -v

 

must try to boot the system

 

u have the 2 systems in same hd ? if not unplug the windows hd...

 

good hack

 

yes I have 2 OS on 1 HD.

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yes I have 2 OS on 1 HD.

 

I would download or burn Snow Leo 911 pro for a boot disc. Excellent disc, I imaged it to a partition to boot from in these cases. It should work even though you have a higher os X installed. This will give you a GUI to work with. This will allow you to run uninstaller? (I think at one point it was included in disk image where you installed from). There are lots of bits and pieces strewn about I think. I cannot recall the correct locations for terminal removal.

*The very least remove the kext from Sys/Lib/Extensions and rebuild caches. Should be ok from that point. I been rockin a mac since 1992 (Mac OS 7.0.1)!

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How to remove tuxera? I don't know how to remove tuxera from terminal or single mode...

 

Boot in single user mode and:

mount -uw /
mv /System/Library/Filesystems/fusefs_txantfs.fs /fusefs_txantfs.fs
reboot

 

With this series of commands you will be moving tuxera's ntfs driver to / just to stop it from loading at boot.

 

Good luck!

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