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ZinnoE30

Niresh OSX 10.8.2 "You need to restart your computer" Error

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Hello everyone. First off, some system specs:

CPU - i7-4770 @ 3.4GHZ
MB - Hewlett-Packard 2AF3 1.0
GPU - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645
OS - 64 Bit Windows 8
RAM - 16GB (not sure of the make)

Alright, I installed the Niresh OSX 10.8.2. Afterwards, it restarted and went to the grey apple screen for a few seconds and transitioned to this screen shortly after:

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I restarted and used the -v to give you guys something to work with. This is where it stopped:

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Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!

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-v shows no error other than graphics.

can you keep the machine on longer? ~10 minutes

and also, i believe that haswell is too new for 10.8.2 so try mavericks or 10.8.5

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Hey all you have to do is booting in safe mode (-x) then go to S/L/E and delete these kexts : 

 

  • ATI...
  • GEFORCE...
  • AMD...
  • NVD...

Then use kext wizzard to repair permissions and rebuild caches, reboot and you'll get it working. 

 

PS : you have to install a fixed driver for your video card after, PEACE!

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