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Help - Mavericks stuck on spinning wheel after updating to dp 4

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I used myhack to install mavericks.

So my hackintosh was running perfectly on dp 1, 2, & 3.


When I updated to dp 4 I can no longer boot into it.


Attached is the picture of the screen that it is stuck on.


I tried -x -v -f in different combinations. Nothing works.


Tried graphics enabler yes & no but that doesn't seem to be the problem either.


When I boot with -v the last thing I see is the iobluetoothhcicontroller start completed

Then the screen blackens & a very quick line appears & disappears I can't get to read it then clears again and stays with a small white block on the top left corner.


Ps. I used to have ml perfectly before mavericks.


So what should I do?

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Intel core 2 duo

4gb ram

Zotac GeForce 9500 gt 1gb

And I didn't need to use anything for graphics after installing the boot loader from myhack. And the only one I tried with after being stuck is the GE. Should I try something else?

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Tried these also

-x "Graphics Mode"="1280x1024x32@85" platform=ACPI or platform=X86PC



When I boot with -v only this is the last line I see before the screen becomes black with the white small square in the upper left corner:

**** [iOBluetoothHCIController][searchForTransportEventTimeOutHandler] -- Missing Bluetooth Controller Transport!


Also tried this

-v -f npci=0x2000 & 3000

Arch=i386 -v

Arch=x86_64 -v

Pcirootuid=1 -v


-v -f npci=0x3000 PCIRootUID=1

Still nothing changes

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Ok so I restarted everything & now I am back to dp1.

Currently updating to dp2.


Is there anyway I can skip dp4 and go directly to dp7 or at least dp5?

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