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Getting freeze when trying to boot OS X 10.9, please help

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Just installed OS X 10.9, everything looked fine in the installer, but it cannot boot and freezes at some point.

Hardware is:
Gigabyte B75M-D3P
Xeon E3, 16 GB RAM, well, that doesn't matter anyway
Kingston SSD 120 GB & 1 TB HDD, booting from SSD

Problem is: if I'm booting without -v, it shows white apple screen and continues rolling that... roll.
If I'm booting with -v, it stucks here http://puu.sh/5LmyV.jpg


I've installed OS X 10.9 last time around a month ago, hardware was very same (I've only updated BIOS since then), but there was X1950 Pro instead of GPU, which didn't worked in OS X anyway, but system was booting and working fine except graphics part. Don't know what's wrong now; any suggestions, please?)

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-x for now... maybe try GraphicsEnabler=Yes and GraphicsEnabler=No


Thank you for the response.

Tried -x, system freezes at the same point.

I was installing OS X with GraphicsEnabler=Yes and everything seemed fine.

Now tried booting with GE=Yes and GE=No, still freezes at the same point. Maybe I should try PCIRootUID or something else?

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