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Try removing the kexts that have trouble loading, kexts only load if it matches the hardware id's. remove the troubled one temporarily.

Removed the 2 kexts I had in there, same errors. 

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Anyone tried Voodoo HDA?  Assuming it won't work and I'll have to put together a patched AppleHDA.

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Rolling back to my patched 10.9 AppleHDA fixed it, thanks :)

Glad to hear it, it was a lucky guess on my end. Haha. Now I just need someone to write a patch into clover for haswells with locked msr's (fingers crossed I hope it'll be soon)

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I see no errors in the photo you've take, is the screen frozen? Try hiting return a couple of times to see if the system is frozen or the command is waiting for input...

 

The errors are the cache file isn't created, the same happens here

Try removing the kexts that have trouble loading, kexts only load if it matches the hardware id's. remove the troubled one temporarily.

 

I have the same problem here. Its not ONE kext. All gives the error. Its like the nvram command (nvram boot-args="kext-dev-mode=1") is not loading at all.

Removed the 2 kexts I had in there, same errors. 

 

Removed the 2 kexts I had in there, same errors. 

 

 

Got the solution>

 

Enter the nvram command on the boot, as a boot flag:

 

-s -v kext-dev-mode=1

 

and you'll be good to go.

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'Invalid signature, trust cache is disabled' Is not an error? Seems to be it's failing to allow the kexts to load.

 

Just ignore these and proceed with the other commands. If you ended up with something like this #entry2024307 then you should care.

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+1 you can use Chamelon, disable secure boot and allow UEFI + Legacy MBR booting.

+2 You are trying to load a kext which is not digitally signed. Use the enable dev boot flag.

+3 @everyone try manually removing cache under /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/ then reboot, this should force rebuild on next reboot

+4 @everyone, anyone having trouble installing or booting try booting with minimal kexts like FakeSMC then add one by one till you run into a problem, also try varios boot flags whether it be 1 cpu, less ram, no graphics, no apic etc etc

 

try booting with cpu=1, are yuou trying to re-use old DSDT.aml by any chances? try removing your DSDT.aml if you have one???, also remove all 3rd party kexts like the Voodoo ones there I'm assuming you running a laptop.

Now I'm stuck to applekextexcludelist. Any idea?

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Just ignore these and proceed with the other commands. If you ended up with something like this #entry2024307 then you should care.

 

If I ignore this or try what I posted before, I still got stuck on this:

 

8cPm5SD.jpg

 

EDIT: after waiting for a long time, the graphics loaded but the installer won`t load, stuck at the coloured spinning wheel 

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I managed to load all kexts (even fakesmc and all) with chameleon boot loader, but then it immediately reboots. It throws some message but it's so fast I can't read it.

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Yup, same here. Same error.

 

Have you done this: 

 

Enter the nvram command on the boot, as a boot flag:

 

-s -v kext-dev-mode=1

 

????

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Have you done this: 

 

Enter the nvram command on the boot, as a boot flag:

 

-s -v kext-dev-mode=1

 

????

I formatted my USB and making it again, from a Mac this time.

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Have you done this: 

 

Enter the nvram command on the boot, as a boot flag:

 

-s -v kext-dev-mode=1

 

????

Well, it loads the kexts now but still there is the forever ball spinning cursor :(

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Well, it loads the kexts now but still there is the forever ball spinning cursor :(

Could be something another arg fixes, maybe GraphicsEnabler or PCIRootUID?

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Could be something another arg fixes, maybe GraphicsEnabler or PCIRootUID?

 

 

Well, it loads the kexts now but still there is the forever ball spinning cursor :(

 

For me, as always when I got the spinning wheel, its fakesmc related.

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For sure it's not gpu related or something, probably the fakesmc is the culprit.

 

This is where it stalls and after 4 min here, it shows the screen with the spinning ball, i guess i did smth wrong.

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For me, as always when I got the spinning wheel, its fakesmc related.

I don't even get to the spinning wheel, after leaving it at error 107 my monitor goes to sleep and that's all that happens.

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Spinning wheel = kexts not being loaded. Be sure that at least fakesmc and nullcpupowermanagement are copied to SLE with the method i posted

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Spinning wheel = kexts not being loaded. Be sure that at least fakesmc and nullcpupowermanagement are copied to SLE with the method i posted

Yes you are very correct Sir

 

i would suggest using latest fakesmc

 

http://sourceforge.net/projects/hwsensors/files/HWSensors.6.9.1315.Binaries.dmg/download

 

may not be important....but try using  fakesmc.ket only without its plugins

 

I also chown -R 0:0 the fakesmc kext on the usb installations disk to ensure permissions weren't an issue

 

problematic kexts should also be removed,in my case AppleIntelHDGrahics*

 

Those with Optimus maybe the conflicting Nvidia or Ati kexts

 

 

again may not be important but it helps with diagnostics

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For me, as always when I got the spinning wheel, its fakesmc related.

 

Try to fix kexts permissions before copying to /S/L/E and running kextcache

chown -R 0:0 /kexts
chmod -R 755 /kexts

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God damn error 107: malformed bundle! Can't get past it.

 

yeah, same here, the {censored} :(

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+ira which kexts did u use for your setup?

 

FakeSMC.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext obligatory, than VoodooHDA, Lan Card, Display Override , DVD Apple;

 

Clover drivers > http://cl.ly/image/3J2n1f0G243A

 

+ra can you share your cache file please ?

 

~40MB, uploading...

 

Here it goes... https://mega.co.nz/#!UAAxhTyR!h-ZtKN7N3nkO7filKvnnaxQ5vUS99k-VcdZ7tDuGYIg

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