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Using MyHack to install Mac OS X but received an error at bootscreen

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I was using RamageDev's guide to use MyHack to install Mountain Lion 10.8.5 OS and it was successfully installed but now, I received this error on my bootup screen which I have no idea what it is. Can someone tell me what is wrong? Thanks.

 

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You have a kernel panic on the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext.

 

Install the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext or a patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext or remove (and save) the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext

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Can you help me too? I was using various guide to use MyHack to install Mountain Lion on a Dell Dimension E520 and it was successfully installed. The first boot I run it in "safe mode" because I could not start normally. I installed the required kexts and now I get this error. I no longer start it using safe mode and even the single-user mode. What can I do?

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One of the "required kexts" that you installed was FakeSMC.kext.  Inside that kext are some plugins that provide sensor information - temperatures, fan speeds, etc.  Good information, but not essential for your hackintosh.

 

Take the FakeSMC.kext that you installed and open it (right-click and select "Show Package Contents").  Open the Contents folder and find the Plugins folder.  Drag that folder to the Trash.

 

Now, reinstall OSX to your hard drive and when you install the "required kexts", make sure to use your modified FakeSMC.kext.

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So, I followed your advice, thank you for your feedback. Everything working when. Boot Panic, again

I tried to search on the forum but I find myself still here to ask you another tip.

Now my Hackintosh restarts immediately when the word "starting darwin x86_64" appears


What can I do?

thanks


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